Playwright and short-story writer Anton Chekhov’s last play before his death, about an impoverished Russian aristocrat who returns home to a family in financial despair, is the first of Cal State Fullerton’s spring theater productions.
Directed by Maria Cominis, professor of theatre and dance, “The Cherry Orchard” follows a family who is forced to sell their home to pay off their debt and who must determine how to rebuild their lives. The production runs March 8-24 in the Young Theatre on campus.
Other upcoming productions include:
April 12-May 5
A timely comedy about an Athenian housewife who calls for the women of Greece to help end the Peloponnesian War.
“Heathers The Musical”
April 19-May 5
Single Tickets $24 / $22 (Titan price)
The ruthless clique of Heather, Heather and Heather rule over their high school in Ohio and take in misfit Veronica Sawyer — but not for long. Enter Veronica’s dangerous new boyfriend.
Spring Dance Theatre
Featuring faculty and student-choreographed productions directed by Gladys Kares, professor of theatre and dance.
General admission tickets are $14 unless otherwise noted ($12 with advance Titan Discount purchase for students, seniors or with a CSUF ID). Tickets are available by calling 657-278-3371, 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday through Friday, or online.