A Winter’s Tale (interrupted)
Conceived and directed by Mitchell Thomas
Film Direction by Sean Pratt
A college production of Shakespeare’s A Winter’s Tale is disrupted by a global
pandemic, a nationwide justice movement, and a shelter-in-place order for the cast
and crew. Equal parts theatre performance, documentary, video log, and art film, A
Winter’s Tale (interrupted) explores what it means to be an artist and a human in
the winter of 2020 in America. Mature content.
My Name is Rachel Corrie
Taken from the writings of Rachel Corrie, edited by Alan Rickman and Katharine Viner
Directed by Nita June, Starring Sam Stroming ’21.
This one-woman play tells the story of Rachel Corrie, a young American woman who
peacefully advocated for justice in Palestine in the early 2000s, with text from
Rachels personal journals, emails, and letters. Mature content.
March 13 (a virtual performance)
Alice in Wonderland
A short by Jason Pizzarello, Adapted from the stories of Lewis Carroll*, Directed by Ceili Smaw ’21,
Starring Alex Gabriel ‘21 as Alice, and designed by Jessica Yost ‘21
Join Alice as she wanders down a rabbit hole and tries to navigate through a wild
land experiencing a pandemic and nonsensical injustices.
March 26 & 27
The Heartbreak Series
Written and Directed by Kat Delaney ‘21
A piece that goes through time to answer questions about our deepest loves, while
discussing the nuisances of heartbreak that linger from the past generations to our
modern era. Mature Content.
April 22, 23, 24, 25
Everywhere on Westmont campus and at CAW downtown
Daily and All Festival passes available, prices vary
A festival full of refreshing live theatre, music, dance, poetry, improv, art
installations, and restorative conversations. Join us for this weekend of student-
made work that encompasses the artistic zest rooted in the Westmont community.