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The Los Angeles Theater Festival is proud to present....
by Jehnean Washington Gullo and Anthony Gullo
Oct 10 at 7:30 and Sunday, Oct 11th at 2:30
"Rave" is an original screenplay written by Antonio Gullo and Jehnean Washington is intended to be a work that reflects American culture in its various aspects. From the persistent issue of human trafficking in America to the mixing of European pagan cultural practices (in particular Southern Italy; where the mystical beliefs are still practiced in the magical days of the summer solstice) to the ancestral past and present mythology of Native American culture with its celebrations and sacred traditional rites of passage.
A graduate of the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York City, Jehnean Washington Gullo has worked professionally for over 25 years as a singer, musician, songwriter, actress, storyteller, dancer, voice over artist, musical and artistic director within the venues of film, television, radio, concerts, and live theater. She is a proud member of the American Federation of Musicians. She has performed for over 16 years with the prestigious Mahenwahdose productions troop, a national touring company and production house as well as with the legendary American Indian Theater Company. She is their current musical director and assistant artistic director. Jehnean is a recognized and archived actress, voice over artist, singer, songwriter, musician and storyteller with the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C.
COLLEGE OF THE CANYONS THEATRE
FRI & SAT, OCT. 9, 10, 16 & 17, 2015 • 8 PM
SUNDAY, OCT. 11 & 18, 2015 • 2 PM
BLACK BOX THEATER
$10 / $5
October is a great month for ghoulish fun! Come enjoy this suspenseful story, based on the classic legend of the Transylvanian vampire, Dracula. The lead characters in the play work to piece together Dracula’s identity and make a valiant attempt to stop him from taking new victims.