Student workshops are designed as advanced study experiences, providing laboratories for nascent work. They provide opportunities for student writers, directors, and performers to develop ideas and get them on their feet. Workshops focus on language and performance with minimal technical production.
Performances are free and open to the public, although some require a reservation.
Written & Directed by Elysse Green
Online Performances | Oct. 27–28, 2020 | 7pm (PDT)
After leaving his parents' anniversary party, Michael Wakefield is shot and killed by a police officer during a traffic stop. Now burdened and grieved, the Wakefields must try and put the pieces of their broken family back together. As time goes on, relationships are tested, secrets are revealed, and the need for love is stronger than ever.
Performances will be followed by a talkback with the director and cast.