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Spartan Theatre

Spartan Theatre and Bigfoot Drama Presents:

FireDance

by Chiori Miyagawa

White Japanese mask with oval-shaped head, smiling eyes with a crack over the left eye.

Streaming:
December 3-5
Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m.
Sunday at 2 p.m.

Alice is a waitress in New York City. Her brother Peter is homeless. Their mother Anna is missing. Alice meets a mysterious stranger who pretends that they are a couple. This man, Matt, is haunted by a ghost who is an everywoman, a shape-shifting incarnation of ordinary women from the U.S. past. A haunting, homeless, waitressing, unemployed, missing, murdering, suicide love story.

 

PARENTAL ADVISORY – This show contains strong language and references to suicide.

Alicia in Wonder Tierra (or I Can’t Eat Goat Head)

by Silvia Gonzales S.

Mexican vase with a "Drink me" sign and 3 cookies in the shape of skulls with a sign "eat me"

Streaming:
April 8 - 10
Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m.
Sunday at 2 p.m.

Loosely based on Alice in Wonderland, with a touch of The Wizard of Oz, the amazing adventures of young Alicia take her on a journey from a Mexican curio shop to an understanding of her national heritage. After tripping over some Mexican pottery, Alicia whirls off on a mystical journey to the Aztec temple to find the Pottery Maker who knows what becomes of the souls which have become trapped in Mexican vases. En route, she meets an armadillo, a Day of the Dead sugar skull, a soul brother cactus man and the Tree of Heads in this delightful adventure fantasy.

JT: Tartuffe in Texas

Adapted from Moliere by Craig Rickett

Two French ceramic figures standing in front of a red background being struck with a crowbar

Performances in the Newly Renovated Spartan Theatre:
June 2-5
Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m.
Sunday at 2 p.m.

Paris, France or Paris, Texas? Brie and croissant or some savory Texas BBQ? Bordeaux or sweet tea? No one serves up a comic plate full of religious hypocrisy or political intrigue quite like the French master of satire, Moliere. Potato salad is extra.