an effort to bond the ever-growing, multicultural, and
socio-economically diverse people who comprise the population of
California's vast Central Valley, we aim to create a community of united
artists who experiment, perform, and pursue a wide variety of subjects
and styles. Through performance and process-driven education programs,
we engage, inspire, create, and empower artistic discourse.
Center Stage Conservatory
By Diz White, Ron House, John Neville Andrews, Alan Shearman, Derek Cunningham
Directed by Bryan Hurd
8pm January 9-10, 16-17, & 22-24 and 2pm January 18 & 25
$15 general admission and $10 for students with ID
*We will be offering a "Pay what you can" night on Thursday January 22 only - available 30 minutes before showtime*
the low-budget 30’s British detective movies, Bullshot Crummond
takes all that is good about Monty Python and Austin Powers and runs
with it. ’Dr. Evil’ type villain Otto von Brunno and his evil
mistress Lenya crash their plane in the English countryside and
kidnap Professor Fenton who has discovered a formula for making
synthetic diamond. Our hero, “Bullshot” Crummond, is called to
the rescue. With the assistance of Fenton’s beautiful daughter,
Rosemary, Crummond must rescue the diamond formula, the Professor,
and ultimately, the world.
are currently looking for Sponsors for our 2015 Season
Sponsors are recognized on all printing and advertising associated
with their show as well as a private viewing (up to 55 seats) of the
final dress rehearsal. For more information please call the studio at
(209) 846-0179 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you to all that came out and supported CSYSC our youth conservatory fifth anniversary, culmination of Shakespeare's The Tempest. It has been an amazing five years filled with
incredible learning and growing experiences. Stay tuned for 2015 CSYSC Conservatory announcements.
Stage Conservatory is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization dedicated to
the Arts and performing arts education for youth in the Modesto and its
neighboring communities. Please consider making a donation