Cornerstone's Bridge Tour

A series on Cornerstone Theater's touring production of The Tempest.

Cornerstone
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Cornerstone

Theatre in 4D (No glasses required)

24 February 2016

In the final installment of our series on Cornerstone’s California Bridge Tour, actor Page Leong writes about her personal connection to two of the communities the company visited.

Shakespeare in 3 Weeks
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Shakespeare in 3 Weeks

Working with Local Casts and Advancing Cornerstone’s California: The Tempest Tour

21 January 2016

Daniel Penilla, Assistant Director for Cornerstone’s California: The Tempest tour, describes the process of bringing the show to life in different communities every few weeks.

The Best Seat in the House
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The Best Seat in the House

Stage Managing from Scaffolds

11 December 2015

In this installment of the series on Cornerstone’s California: The Tempest tour, stage manager Nikki Hyde discusses what she’s learned from her bird’s eye view.

Off the Road
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Off the Road

California: The Tempest

24 November 2015

Ash Nichols writes about stage managing Cornerstone Theater Company’s California: The Tempest and the connections made on the road.

My Time-Traveling Mosaic Journey on California
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My Time-Traveling Mosaic Journey on California

The Tempest

25 October 2015

Actor Iris Gonzalez describes her experience with Cornerstone Theatre Company, in the latest installment of the series about their California Bridge Tour.

Finding Minerva
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Finding Minerva

The Latest from Cornerstone’s Bridge Tour

18 April 2015

Cornerstone ensemble member Juliette Carrillo talks with Karen Covarrubias about her experiences on the Bridge Tour and gaining the support of her family to do theatre.

Westley and Grayson
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Westley and Grayson

Reflections from a Reluctant Californian

16 January 2015

Nephelie Andonyadis reflects on Cornerstone Theater Company’s California Bridge Tour and how its stories resonate within her.

Lost Hills.
Lost Hills
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Lost Hills

Ten Years, a Stoplight, and Sleeping in a Copy Room

12 November 2014

I remember how the stories of this community changed my life. I was shaped artistically, personally, and as an organizer. The community has stayed and made families, created a safe and healthy vision for their town, and made rich lives full of love. I’ve gone on to make art around the country—able to do so because of what I learned in Lost Hills.

A treasure map.
Cornerstone Theater Company’s California Bridge Tour
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Cornerstone Theater Company’s California Bridge Tour

Weedpatch, CA

10 October 2014

"California: The Tempest" is performing in ten communities around the state. Ten is a lot of towns: ten unique environments, climates, venues, population demographics, and ten previous relationships with the company. Cornerstone is inherently responsive to the unique needs of the communities we collaborate with; even though we know how some things will go, we are always adjusting.

Interview with Michael Garcés
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Interview with Michael Garcés

3 September 2014

P. Carl interviews Michael Garcés, Artistic Director of Cornerstone Theater, about their touring production California: The Tempest, which revisits ten California communities that were part of ten year’s of Institute Summer Residencies.

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