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DANIEL'S HUSBAND Jan 10 - Jan 19

“Rounding out the spectacular cast, is Youse as Mitchell. If you've never seen him perform, you've been missing out.”


CURRENT EVENTS

January 10th-19th

DANIEL'S HUSBAND

7:30pm/2pm

Pearl McManus Theater, Palm Springs, CA

Event Details

January 10th-19th

DANIEL'S HUSBAND

By Michael McKeever      Directed by Darin Anthony


“Youse always manages to enchant the audience with his well-rounded characters, and his Mitchell is no exception. From the delivery of McKeever's well-written words, to his delightful mannerisms, Youse is a joy to watch even when he's breaking your heart. It's a performance I will remember for a very long time.”


“Rounding out the spectacular cast, is Youse as Mitchell. If you've never seen him perform, you've been missing out.” 


Broadway World, Kay Kudukis



Daniel and Mitchell are the perfect couple. Perfect house, perfect friends even a mother who wants them married. They’d have the perfect wedding, too, except that Mitchell doesn’t believe in gay marriage. A turn of events puts their perfect life in jeopardy, and Mitchell is thrust into a future where even his love may not prove to be enough. DANIEL’S HUSBAND is a bold reflection of love, commitment, and family in our perilous new world.


https://dezartperforms.org/shows/daniels-husband/


Pearl McManus Theater
at the Palm Springs Woman’s Club
314 S Cahuilla Road
Downtown Palm Springs, CA 92262


7:30pm/2pm

Pearl McManus Theater, Palm Springs, CA

June 7th, 2020

THE PALM SPRINGS YOUNG PLAYWRIGHTS FESTIVAL

2:00pm

Palm Springs Cultural Center, Palm Springs, CA 92262

Event Details

June 7th, 2020

THE PALM SPRINGS YOUNG PLAYWRIGHTS FESTIVAL

The Palm Springs Young Playwrights Festival (PSYPF) plays a critical role in training and supporting the next generation of theater artists. It provides Riverside County playwrights — ages 8 to 18 — an opportunity to bring their thoughts, voices, and unique perspective on the world into the public consciousness. 

Given decreased public-school funding, the arts are less accessible to our youth, which can make a career in the arts seem unattainable. PSYPF works to fill this gap by providing students an opportunity to be fully immersed in an artistic production, to have their voices heard, and to be introduced to professional theater.

A panel of theater professionals — actors, directors, writers — read and evaluate submitted plays. Playwrights who get selected through the screening process receive directing and mentoring to build their skills, talent, and confidence; their plays are directed and performed in a public reading each June by seasoned professional artists at The Palm Springs Cultural Center (Camelot Movie Theatre).  

PSYPF partners with the Visual and Performing Arts Administrator of the Riverside County Office of Education to coordinate the effort of finding the young playwrights. The Palm Springs Young Playwrights Festival is underwritten by The Western Wind Foundation/Jeremy Hobbs.


https://psypf.com


Palm Sprins Cultural Center

2300 E Baristo Rd

Palm Springs, CA 92262

2:00pm

Palm Springs Cultural Center, Palm Springs, CA 92262