Inspired by the real town of Madrid, New Mexico, Terminal Café is a gripping and touching look at the life and death of a very small town and its seemingly simple inhabitants. A journey that is at once comical, tragic, and mysterious, the play is about progress and the challenges it presents to those who stand in its way.
Presented live at Providence High School’s new and improved black box thrust theatre built from the imagination up. Performances run Nov. 9, 10, 15, 16, and 17 at 7 p.m. and Nov. 10 at 2 p.m. Tickets may be purchased online at providencehigharts.org/buy-tickets or by calling (818) 846-8141 ext. 203. Ticket prices range from $12—22.
The Providence High Arts Drama Department, developed and maintained by DiscoveryOnstage, is designed to provide for participating high school students a professional level theater experience with heavy focus on discipline, technique, and personal development. Through mentorship, class work, and performances, students cultivate the skills necessary for pursuing a career in the arts, gain a greater sense of self-awareness and self-confidence, and further life skills such as imaginative thinking, team building, and leadership. It is our belief that theater provides a unique and unparalleled educational opportunity critical to all students no matter their interest or career goal.
Terminal Café by Jon Tuttle will be presented at Providence High School located at 511 S. Buena Vista St. in Burbank. For tickets or more information visit providencehigharts.org/buy-tickets or call (818) 846-8141 ext. 203.