Conservatory Performances

A.C.T.’s award-winning Conservatory presents a wide array of productions each year, featuring some of the brightest and most creative performers in the country. From showcasing the talents of students training in the nationally renowned Master of Fine Arts Program, to unveiling the prodigious skills of young actors (ages 8–19) studying in the Young Conservatory, these productions are a place where students put their skills into practice, engage with enthusiastic audiences, and create some of the most dynamic work you’ll see onstage.

Upcoming Shows from A.C.T.s M.F.A. Program and Young Conservatory

A.C.T.’s Master of Fine Arts Program presents

Written by Jeremy Cohen and Dipika Guha
Directed by Jeremy Cohen

Feb 22–Mar 3
The Rueff at A.C.T.’s Strand Theater
1127 Market Street

San Francisco, 1973. Amid a crowd of men in suits and a psychiatrist in a Nixon mask, 10-year-old Peter witnesses a landmark moment in gay rights and reaches out to grab the hand of Oakland boy Deshawn. Specially commissioned by A.C.T. and Z Space for the M.F.A. Program class of 2018, this is an epic story about love, queerness, and what we can’t help looking at.
 

 

A.C.T.’s Master of Fine Arts Program presents

by Lope de Vega
Directed by Domenique Lozano

May 9–12, 2018
The Rueff at A.C.T.’s Strand Theater
1127 Market Street

Resistance. Dishonor. Torture. Power. The citizens of Fuenteovejuna are fed up. Their commander is raping their women, and murdering anyone who stands in his way. In a small town caught between two armies, who can the citizens turn to except each other? An exploration of honor, morality, and leadership from Renaissance Spain’s most beloved playwright.
 

 


A.C.T.’s Master of Fine Arts Program presents

by Euripides
Directed by Stephen Buescher

May 9–12, 2018
The Costume Shop Theater
1117 Market Street

Don’t cross a Greek god, especially Dionysus. He might just whip the women of Thebes into a frenzy to get his own back. Pitting reason against desire and driven by duplicity, slander, and revenge, this is a tragedy of Greek proportions from one of western theater’s greatest playwrights.

 

 



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