A heartbreaking and unforgettable theatrical experience brilliantly poised between child's play and epic tragedy. The wholly original Dutch theater ensemble Hotel Modern and composer Arthur Sauer re-create the WWI Western Front from dollhouse-scale props and ordinary household materials.
Spencer Williams (1893–1969) was among the very first African American independent filmmakers, and his great cultural morality tale, The Blood of Jesus (1941, 57 min.), is a landmark of American cinema.
Piano Spheres continues its new Satellite Series of emerging pianists with Nic Gerpe, Los Angeles-based concerto soloist and chamber musician who has performed throughout U.S and international festivals.
CalArts School of Film/Video presents a juried selection of special screenings that feature new short and feature-length films by students in its four programs—a culmination of hard work and dedication throughout the year.
Cynthia Hopkins, "Must Don't Whip 'Um" at REDCAT in September 2007.
In the Theater at REDCAT
REDCAT’s year-round programming values artists who blur the boundaries between artistic disciplines, cross international borders in their collaborations, experiment with varied artistic traditions and invent or use new technology in developing new forms of expression. As many as 200 events are presented each year, including performances, screenings, exhibitions, discussion forums, family programs, and more.