Tickets are Pay-What-You-Can, suggested donation $20
1238 W 1st St, Los Angeles, CA 90026
November 16, 2017 – December 10, 2017
Wednesdays and Thursdays @ 7:30pm, Fridays and Saturdays @ 8:00pm, Sundays @ 3:00pm
Based on Magic Flute by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Emanuel Schikaneder.
“If you care about what’s happening in the world today, you need to come see this show.” Watch this video to find out why.
In Magic Fruit Tami, an ex-gang member, sets out on a journey through an apocalyptic Los Angeles. Despite the many challenges Tami faces, including hunger, addiction, financial insecurity and a system she doesn’t really understand, she finds unexpected allies in strange places as she aims to reunite her family, find a home, and just maybe save the world.
Set in an alternate reality of mega droughts, methane leaks and temperatures, sea levels and property values that just keep rising, Magic Fruit is a cautionary tale about a future that could never, ever happen, because that would be insane. And we’re not insane…are we?
Magic Fruit is the culminating “bridge” show of the Hunger Cycle, a series of nine world premiere plays exploring hunger, justice, and food equity issues.
Featuring an award-winning design and production team including Composer Randall Robert Tico; Scenic Designer Nephelie Andonyadis; Costume Designer Meghan E. Healey; Lighting Designer Geoff Korf; Sound Designer John Nobori; Puppet Designer Lynn Jeffries; Video Designer Sean T. Cawelti; and Production Stage Manager Nikki Hyde.
More Magic Fruit…
Magic Fruit at Grand Performances
On July 9th Cornerstone Theater Company presented a concert reading of Magic Fruit at Grand Performances. Guests also enjoyed a pre-reception with the artists overlooking the downtown LA skyline. Photos by Kevin Michael Campbell. CLICK HERE to check out more photos.