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Friends,

I can’t wait to welcome you back to our theatre for a season of captivating performances! Attending a show at the Carpenter Center may feel a little different this year, but one thing won’t change: the joy of experiencing the arts with family and friends, and the thrill of seeing favorite artists and new discoveries.

Here’s what you need to know as we move closer to reopening:

  • We’ll begin announcing our upcoming shows soon, including cabaret performances

  • Tickets will go on sale later this fall

  • We’re skipping subscriptions for this COVID-impacted season, but they’ll be back for our 2022-2023 season

  • To keep you safe, masks will be required for performances this fall
Sincerely,
Megan's photo and Signature
Megan Kline Crockett
Executive Director
José Miguel Palacios
Assistant Professor, Department of Film & Electronic Arts at CSULB 

Professor Palacios discusses cinema’s ability to foster social transformation, and recommends films that have found creative ways to critique their subjects.

Seung-hoon Jeong
Assistant Professor, Department of Film & Electronic Arts at CSULB

Seung-hoon Jeong discusses the concepts of abjection, the cinema of catastrophe, and more, including how a childhood watching films on American Forces Korea Network led him to become a film critic.