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The State Family Holiday Party

Saturday and Sunday December 10 & 11, 2016

Written and Directed by Adam J. Jefferis & Lee Margaret Hanson

The State Family Holiday Party features a cast of over 30 students and 12 company members.

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The State Family Holiday Party

The State family has been divided into four households, Happy, Sad, Afraid, Angry, and….Confused? Wait a minute, there’s only supposed to be four. Confused must choose which State to be. With some help, the Confused State household invites the rest of the family to a holiday party.

Saturday, December 10, 2016 and Sunday, December 11, 2016

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The Actors’ Gang was founded in 1981 by a group of young artists looking to build a theater in Los Angeles that would present relevant and vibrantly entertaining plays for the stage. Guided by Founding Artistic Director, Tim Robbins, the company provides a supportive environment for a diverse ensemble of artists and the development of their groundbreaking work. Their goal is to produce plays that contribute to the ongoing dialogue about our society and culture, while never forgetting that theater’s primary purpose is to entertain.