Smith Center at Ohlone College UPCOMING EVENT:

Ohlone College FALL 2021 LIVE, In-Person, Theatre Production: ANIMAL FARM
George Orwell's Novel Adapted by Ian Wooldridge
 
November 12-13, 18-20*, 8pm
ASL Interpreted November 19
 

Animal Farm. All Animals are created equal. Red barn background with shadow fo windmill and picture of horse and pig in white cut outs.What happens when the ideals of equality are manipulated and corrupted to gain power? George Orwell's satire on the perils of Stalinism has proved magnificently long-lived as a parable about totalitarianism. It has given the world at least one immortal phrase: "Some are more equal than others." This dramatization remains faithful to the book's plot, and intent, and retains both its affection for the animals and the incisiveness of its message. Enjoy Ohlone’s award-winning Theatre & Dance Department production of Animal Farm. Watch the characters come to life on the Smith Center stage. Limited, socially distanced, indoor seating. Masks & proof of vaccination required. No exemptions.

More details about the show, including the cast list, can be found at: www.ohlone.edu/theatredance/performances.

Purchase tickets before they sell out here.


We are now OPEN! Note: masks are required INSIDE all Ohlone Facilities. All visitors to the Ohlone College campus are also required to be vaccinated. Find out more here: https://www.ohlone.edu/return-to-campus.

Please email: Christopher Booras CBooras@ohlone.edu to book your next event.


About the Gary Soren Smith Center for the Fine and Performing Arts

Drawing of the Smith Center complex.Opened in 1995 on the Ohlone College campus in Fremont, California, the Gary Soren Smith Center for the Fine and Performing Arts houses the G. Craig Jackson main stage theatre, the NUMMI Studio Theatre, the Louie-Meager Art Gallery, an outdoor Amphitheatre, a dance studio, television studios, and a radio station.

The Smith Center at Ohlone College supports the educational needs of the Ohlone College Fine and Performing Arts programs and serves as a cultural center for southern Alameda and northern Santa Clara counties. This state of the art facility is dedicated to providing programming that enriches and enhances the community's cultural life.

For more information, see History of the Smith Center.