30% Off Tix: New West Coast Premiere Play “Locusts Have No King” in SF
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New Conservatory Theatre Center | 25 Van Ness, San Francisco, CA
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30% off Tix: Daring and Delicious Drama “Locusts Have No King” in SF (Apr. 7 – May 14)
Book your tickets to the West Coast premiere of C. Julian Jiménez’s profane and profound Locusts Have No King playing at New Conservatory Theatre Center and see what happens when inner demons come out to play.
“Locusts Have No King” West Coast Premiere by C. Julian Jiménez
Apr 7 – May 14, 2023
New Conservatory Theatre Center, 25 Van Ness, SF
Get Tickets: $21.70 – $39.20 –
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Locusts Have No King
West Coast Premiere
By C. Julian Jiménez (he/they)
Directed by Richard Mosqueda (pronouns: he/she/they)
Two closeted gay couples get together for a dinner party. They work together. They live in the same building. They can’t stand each other. When one dreams of a life in the open, putting their shared secret at risk, it just might be the end of the world. They can’t allow this to happen. They won’t allow this to happen. All hell breaks loose… literally. Learn more.
- “Undeniably entertaining story” – TheatreMania
- “Surprising and rather lovely” – The New York Times
- “Deliciously complicated drama that will stick with you” – Theatre is Easy
ABOUT THE PLAYWRIGHT
C. Julian Jiménez (a.k.a. J. Julian Christopher, pronouns: he/they) is a Queer, Puerto Rican and Dominican playwright. He holds an MFA in Acting from The New School for Drama. Productions include: Man Boobs (Pride Films & Plays, 2011), Nico was a Fashion Model (Counter-Productions, 2013), Animals Commit Suicide (First Floor Theater, 2015), Bundle of Sticks (INTAR, 2020), and Alligator Mouth, Tadpole Ass (Theatre Rhinoceros, 2020). Other plays include anOTHER, ¡OSO FABULOSO! & The Bear Backs, Julio Down by the Schoolyard, and Bruise & Thorn (2018 PlayPenn Conference).
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