The Sofia, Home of B Street Theatre has placed DEATH OF A SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFIT in the top for final selection. This is great news for this play. If selected in the top four, the appearance of the play will be in the festival in Sacramento, California June 26-July 3, 2022.Read More
Red Carpet Gala event now slated for July 16, 2022. The film version of this play PEDRO THE PUPPETEER! Cinematically presented. Three cameras convene to present a puppet show with crazy puppets and one puppet you wouldn’t want to mess with, or two.
Play and film by Silvia Gonzalez S.
This is a story about a puppeteer named Pedro Rodriguez. Pedro loves puppetry and doing puppet shows, but his Latino parents think it is a poor career choice. With mounting pressure from his parents, Pedro wrestles with whether he should continue. Suddenly puppets he has never seen before keep appearing. Then Evilito puppet, an amalgamation of Kermit, Chucky, and Mexican symbolism appears to guide Pedro, but is Evilito guiding him to his doom?
Join us for this gala event and viewing of his film. Get tickets at HMTC.TicketLeap.comRead More
Unusual Theater series created by Silvia Gonzalez S. Featuring the adventures of Macho and Big Mouth. Number 1 in the series.
Macho and Big Mouth are planning a birthday surprise with cake, party hats, and presents. They wait for their birthday guest, but he is late. The strange happens….. The first of a series planned for this year. Now slated for August 2022Read More
Drama 2M, 2F simple set Evening of One acts
The biology and psychology of some people can cause havoc to ‘normalcy.’ Four short plays showing resilience, defeat, and accommodation to life’s ‘curve balls.’
Four one-acts on the ‘will’ to control one’s destiny and to find solace. Each one-act has an underlining theme of strength against hopelessness, love and unloved, and procreation and barrenness. In the first one-act, we follow an Italian use psychological force as well as a gun to get a doctor to pull the plug on his comatose wife. In the second, a woman in a bar rationalizes the birth of her child through surrogacy. Third, we sense the entrapment from a mentally ill mother who comes back to belittle her daughter’s achievements. In the fourth one-act characters from the previous acts come together to be in a place of ‘purgatory.’Read More
A staged reading occurred on May 7, 2022, 2 years after being postponed on May 9, 2022 the 140th anniversary of the Mussel Slough Tragedy. Unknown story, except for Hanford locals, where a gunfight in 1880 took the lives of eleven. Poor farmers, unfairly called sand-lappers, worked to make California Central Valley an agricultural mecca, what it is today. However, it came at a price. Trickery, thievery, railroad deception and corruption from railroad executives, and Leland Stanford minimizing the impact of these farmers, justice had to be sought. These hard-working farmers developed a league to pool their finances to plead their case in court. However, the Railroad had other plans. Play in progress for the Kings County Historical Society and all Hanford history buffs. Play reading was postponed from May 9, 2020 due to the pandemic.
Commissioned play by the Kings County Historical SocietyRead More
Work in progress. A high schooler in a Latino family experiencing the pandemic.Read More