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Phantom Projects and La Mirada Blog Partner to Provide Free Theatre for all La Mirada Students E-mail
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Entertainment & Arts
Monday, 11 April 2016 17:37

La Mirada~On April 21 at the La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts, Phantom Projects Theatre Group will continue it’s mission of using live theatre as a way to reach and teach teen audiences, with the powerful production of THE CENTER OF THE UNIVERSE. The production, which mixes multi-media presentations and live theatre, focuses on the overall value of human life by comparing tragic historical events with stories inspired by today’s headlines.

The production features an all-youth cast, and an engaging post-show discussion with the audience and the performers.

Thanks to the 2015/16 Season Sponsor, La Mirada Blog, the message of the production, which also tackles bullying, racim, violence and intolerance, will be available for free to all students of La Mirada schools, and students living in La Mirada. The offer, which is only available in person at the La Mirada Theatre Box Office (14900 La Mirada Blvd, La Mirada) is valid on new orders only.

To redeem, one need bring a student ID, or proof of La Mirada Residence to the theatre box office during normal business hours. One ticket per ID.

The Center of the Universe by Bruce Gevirtzman and Directed by Steve Cisneros, shows April 21, 2016 at 7PM at the La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts, 14900 La Mirada Blvd in La Mirada. Tickets: $10; La Mirada Students: Free. Box Office: 562 944 9801. www.LaMiradaTheatre.com/PhantomProjects

ABOUT THE SHOW:

Journey into the past and gain new perspective on the present as stories from slavery and the Holocaust are woven with events inspired by today's headlines. The Center of the Universe will leave you motivated with an unforgettable message about the value of human life.

“The message of this show, has never been more relevant than it is today. We’ve continued to update this show, and it now incorporates even more recent events, such as the Paris Attacks, and the Boston Bombing. It’s incredible to me that we are still teaching the message of human compassion, especially in a time in which so many young people are more accepting than ever,” commented Producing Artistic Director Steve Cisneros, a La Mirada High School Graduate, who created the company at the age of 17. The troupe’s ability to reach teen audiences and the unique way in which the shows are presented has been featured in FORBES, LA Times, OC Register, KCAL, FOX, CBS, NBC, ABC, and hundreds more media outlets.

 
 
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