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BERKELEY DANCE PROJECT 2019
FEBRUARY 21-MARCH 2, 2019
Playhouse Production // Zellerbach Playhouse

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the founding of TDPS's dance program, Berkeley Dance Project 2019 will feature pieces by Joe Goode; Rulan Tangen; Latanya Tigner; a current student, selected from the Fall Choreography Showcase; and Cherie Hill, an alumna of the dance program, selected from a call for applications. TDPS dance program co-founder and Professor Emerita Marni Wood will be here for a short residency at this time, including a discussion as part of the TDPS Speaker Series on February 21.

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PINTER / FORNÉS / BECKETT: STUDENT-DIRECTED ONE-ACTS
MARCH 14-17, 2019
Studio Production // Durham Studio Theater

TDPS presents three one-act plays directed by TDPS students: 

Silence (1969) by British playwright Harold Pinter, directed by Benjamin Arsenault
Springtime (1989) by Cuban American playwright María Irene Florés, directed by Gabriela Pool
Footfalls (1976) by Irish playwright Samuel Beckettdirected by Marie Shelton

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THE HOUSE OF THE SPIRITS
A new play with songs by Caridad Svich
Based on a novel by Isabel Allende
Directed by Michael Moran
Playhouse Production // Zellerbach Playhouse
April 26-May 5, 2019

Based on Isabel Allende’s best-selling novel, Caridad Svich’s THE HOUSE OF THE SPIRITS follows three generations of the Trueba family -- their loves, their ambitions, their spiritual quests, and their place in the post-colonial social and political turmoil embroiling their South American country. This darkly poetic adaptation incorporates magical realism to weave the personal and the political into a universal story of love, magic, and fate.

Online ticket link closes 2 hours before showtime. After that time, you may purchase a ticket at the door, depending upon availability.

TDPS Box Office policies and accessibility information can be found here: http://tdps.berkeley.edu/productions-events/tickets/

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