MARISOL by José Rivera

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UCR STUDENTS – NO ADMISSION FEE:

Show your valid UCR Student ID to pick up your pre–paid ticket – approved for one performance per production – at the University Theatre Fine Arts Ticket Office, located near the Rivera Library across from Olmsted Hall.

Advance Tickets: available at the University Theatre Fine Arts Ticket Office, Wednesday–Friday, 10:00 am–2:00 pm.

Walk–Up Tickets: available at the ARTS Building Ticket Office one hour before each performance.

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UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, RIVERSIDE
Department of Theatre, Film and Digital Production

MARISOL, a play by José Rivera

Directed by Amanda McRaven

José Rivera’s surreal and beautiful fantasy of angels, the apocalypse and New York City. Marisol, a young Latina copy editor navigates the dangerous Bronx neighborhood of her childhood to find finally the wild light of a new millennium.

This play includes adult subject matter, sexual situations, violence and strong language

7 performances:

May 9, Thursday, 8:00 pm
May 10, Friday, 8:00 pm
May 11, Saturday, 8:00 pm
May 16, Thursday, 8:00 pm
May 17, Friday, 8:00 pm
May 18, Saturday, 2:30 pm matinee (Talk Back after the performance by Brian E. Herrera
May 18, Saturday, 8:00 pm

(Doors open at 7:30 pm for evening performances and at 2:00 pm for the matinee.)

Studio Theatre, ARTS 113

UCR STUDENTS – NO ADMISSION FEE

ADMISSION: $14 General, $12 Non–UCR students, UCR alumni cardholders, senior citizens & children

TICKETS

University Theatre Box Office Window:  (951) 827–4331 Open Wednesday–Friday 10:00 am–2:00 pm

Phone Orders and Customer Service: (951) 827–3367 Monday–Friday, 10:00 am–2:00 pm

Walk–Up Tickets available at the ARTS Building Ticket Office one hour before each performance.

Online ticket purchases will be available 4 weeks in advance.

Parking: $6.00 in Lot 1 – no fee with UC permit

Information: (951) 827–3245  performingarts@ucr.edu  www.theatre.ucr.edu

Original New York production by The New York Shakespeare Festival. Originally commissioned and developed by INTAR Hispanic American Arts Center through a grant from the Rockefeller Foundation. World Premiere in the 1992 Humana Festival of New American Plays at Actors Theatre of Louisville. Subsequently produced by La Jolla Playhouse and Hartford Stage Company.

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Events are subject to change without notice.
No Reserve Seating: Seating in some venues is limited, so arrive early for best seats.
Events begin promptly at the announced curtain time.
Latecomers will be seated at an appropriate pause in the program as designated by the management.
Please order carefully. No exchanges or refunds will be made, except in the event a performance is canceled.
Regardless of age, all patrons must have a ticket. Infants on laps are not permitted.