Brewster’s back! Rising from the ashes with a slick plan for a bottled water plant on reservation land. There’s mixed agreement and opposition from family and friends, including an old flame with a grudge – but is he the secret ingredient for success?
This play was workshopped as Corn Soup.
Previews | Wednesday, March 6 and Thursday, March 7 | 8:00 p.m.
Opening Night | Friday, March 8, 8:00 p.m.
A reception with the cast and crew follows the Opening Night performance.
Talk-Back With The Playwright | Saturday, March 9
Following the 2:00 p.m. matinee, Artistic Director Randy Reinholz (Choctaw) and playwright Vickie Ramirez (Tuscarora) will discuss the genesis of Pure Native and their processes for writing and producing new plays.
Student Matinees | Friday, March 15 and Friday, March 22 | 11:00 a.m.
If your class or school is interested in attending one of these performances, please contact Janet Jung at email@example.com.
DCA will invite readers to join the Big Read online community to discuss Dinaw Mengestu’s book, The Beautiful Things That Heaven Bears. Hosted through DCA’s Big Read Program in Los Angeles website, participants will receive a free copy of the book and notices of program events. Through this online portal, readers will exchange postings (to be monitored by DCA), and discuss NEA-provided study guide questions, while also reading and sharing articles related to topics touched upon in the book, such…
This exhibit examines California’s underrecognized involvement with slavery in the 19th century. With powerful photographs, historical documents, and other ephemera, California Bound: Slavery on the New Frontier, 1848–1865 illuminates the state’s struggles over enslavement in an era that encompassed two wars and the establishment of California, first as a territory and then a state. Tuesdays – Saturdays 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Sundays 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
The John Henry Series is a collection of 12 oil paintings that are part of the Palmer C. Hayden Collection. This exhibit includes all 12 paintings in the series plus three related paintings that help to “frame” the story of the Ballad of John Henry that Palmer Hayden narrates through the series. Thursday – Sunday, 12:00 noon -5:00 p.m.
$15 – $34
On the night a death-house chaplain must hand over the reigns to the confident young pastor set to replace him, the men encounter an enigmatic inmate who challenges their convictions and changes their lives forever. Death House is a startling new piece of theatre that explores justice, redemption, and the possibility that we’re all more connected than we may want to admit.