UCSB faculty artists and student players present the story of an American family finding itself in Italy.
When: Saturday, March 9, 2013, 8 p.m.
Where: Hatlen Theater, Ocean Road, UCSB Campus, CA
Cost: $13 - $17
Age limit: 18+
By James Still , Directed by: Risa Brainin, Lighting: Michael Klaers, Costumes: Devon Painter, Scenery: Nayna Ramey, Musical Director: David Potter
Starring: UCSB faculty artists Irwin Appel and Anne Torsiglieri with UCSB students: Andrea Barborka, Chris Costanzo, Ian Elliot, Sophie Hassett, Dominic Olivo, Julian Remulla, Sachi Tanaka
Multiple Dates: Thursday, February 28 – Saturday, March 9, 2013 Thurs – Sat @ 8 p.m.; Sunday March 3 @ 2 p.m.
About: appoggiatura \uh-poj-uh-toor-uh\ : from the Italian appoggiare meaning “to lean.” In music, appoggiatura is a note of long or short duration sometimes creating a dissonance before resolving into a main note. Appoggiatura is a play about an American family finding itself by completely losing itself. Italy is a good place to do just that.
Event posted Jan. 28, 2013
Last updated Feb. 25, 2013