Since 1970, the Camarillo Skyway Playhouse has provided Ventura County theatre lovers a place to entertain and be entertained, to make friends, to learn new skills, and to hone their craft!
CSP is proud to present five full main stage productions each season, including both plays and musicals, along with providing programs for young theatre lovers, as well as classes, staged readings, and special performances.
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SATURDAY NOVEMBER 21st!
The Voices Not Heard project continues its initiative to promote diversity in theatre and spotlight BIPOC and LGBTQ+ artists, proudly presenting another original play, Two Asians Dating!
Two Asians Dating tells the story of Nelly and Steve. Dating is hard enough, but Steve, a single dad eight years past his divorce, and Nelly, with a divorce and daughter of her own, are willing to give it a try! But between speed dates, dinner dates, and chance meetings over spicy dan dan noodles, the challenges can pile up, especially when they’re both dealing with society’s preconceived notions about Asians– ones which even Nelly and Steve themselves have to deal with having. This original work by playwright and performer M.J. Kang takes an honest look at the effect of identity and culture on relationships through one couple’s sweet, sincere story.
Jia – Eva Ding
Hiroto – Barron Leung
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Dear CSP Family of Performers, Patrons, and Volunteers,
As Ventura County continues its the process of reopening businesses and services, the Board of Directors of CSP hopes that you and your families are staying safe and healthy and are continuing to be cautious and conscientious as more and more of us begin resuming our favorite activities. All productions and operations of the theatre continue to be suspended until county and state governments allow.
Per the road map and guidelines available here at VCReopens, Camarillo Skyway Playhouse most likely falls under the categories of businesses that will not be allowed to reopen until at least late Stage 3, if not Stage 4, which means we still have a wait ahead of us. Once we know we can begin planning on resuming productions, CSP will make an announcement regarding either the remainder of our 2020 season, or our plans for 2021.
Naturally, all scheduling is subject to change as the COVID-19/coronavirus situation develops in the weeks to come. The artists and performers of CSP are as eager to bring back the shared community of live theatre as we’re sure you are to experience it, but our priority must be the health and safety of both our family and yours.
In the meantime, as you might expect, CSP’s creative spirit has not been idle. The Stage Door Players are planning their first virtual production for this summer, and we hope to make even more announcements soon!
Please keep checking our website, social media accounts, and email newsletters for the most up-to-date information. Don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions you might have, and we will respond as quickly as we can. And if you would like to continue supporting CSP during this trying time, our website lists details of how you make a donation.
Take care of yourselves and each other.
The CSP Board of Directors
For CSP’s full Statement on Diversity and information about our new Diversity Committee’s initiatives, please CLICK HERE.
Camarillo Skyway Playhouse has always been a safe and inclusive space for creative artists of all types. Although our “ghost light” is currently on, we are still here watching, listening, and hearing the pain and suffering of so many of our brothers and sisters. Theatre is a place where diversity and inclusion is essential for storytelling, and so we are saddened when the very things that we should celebrate– our unique differences and experiences– are used to divide our community and promote injustice. CSP will always stand by those who rise above the discord as they seek to be heard. To the BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) community, we see you, and we cannot wait for you to speak your truths onstage.
“People have said enough is enough.” – The Laramie Project
- November 21st, 2020 – Voices Not Heard presents Two Asians Dating, premiering on YouTube
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