Witness the dynamic lives of contemporary youth through the writing of six CSUSM students in "Risking our Forbidden Narratives." With narratives on topics ranging from Tinder: the newest form of internet dating, to ever-shifting sexual norms, racial controversies, atheism, and the difficult terrain of cross-cultural communication, you'll laugh, question, and ponder the current generation's point of view on these diverse issues.
The Thursday, November 20th performance will be followed by an hour long discussion with the cast, Theatre Professor Marcos Martinez and Sociology Professor Cesar Rodriguez.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long is the show?
One hour and ten minutes.
Is the show appropriate for young children?
No, this show deals with complicated, contraversial subjects and is aimed at an adult audience.
Will tickets be sold at the door?
Yes,tickets will be sold at the door. (Cash and credit card only, no checks will be accepted.)
What is the refund policy?
Refunds will be issued if the request is sent 48 hours prior to the show.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Yes, or bring your smart phone to show your online ticket barcode.
DIRECTIONS and parking instructions to CSUSM and the ARTS building.
Take I-5 to Oceanside and then take I-78 EAST to Twin Oaks Valley Road OR Take I-15 to Escondido and then take I-78 WEST to Twin Oaks Valley Road
–Go SOUTH on Twin Oaks Valley Road toward the campus (you’ll see it on up on the hill)
-Turn left on Barham Drive
-First right into the campus on Campus Way
-First left on Campus View Drive
-The Parking Structure is on the right. Drive into the Parking Structure and buy a parking permit (machines are on the North side of the building near the elevators on each level). For those without a CSUSM student or staff/faculty parking permit, parking will be $4.00 for a two hour permit in the parking garage (Lot PS 1) on Campus View Drive. Pay stations accept 1's, 5's, and quarters. 2 hour permit:$4. Put parking permit on dashboard. Parking Map
-Take elevator to sixth level of parking structure, walk across the bridge to campus, turn right, the ARTS Building is the building on your left after the Social and Behavioral Sciences building.
Are photos or video allowed?
No photos or videos will be allowed during the performance.
Who do I contact if I have questions?
Email email@example.com with any questions you may have.