Are you planning to attend the theatre festival in Fullerton, California? If so, you may be wondering if there are any age restrictions for certain performances. The answer is yes, there are some age restrictions in place. Students participating in the competition rounds are encouraged to dress in appropriate attire for the Festival. Shoes should be worn at all times, NOT BARE FEET.
Costumes are allowed, but they are not mandatory or taken into account in the score. He previously acted in American Mariachi and as Sebastian in Destiny of Desire, which went on to perform at the Goodman Theater, the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and the Cincinnati Playhouse. He performed at SCR in the world premiere of An Italian Straw Hat, as well as in numerous Theatre for Young Audience productions. He has also worked at the Guthrie Theater (The Rover, Naga Mandala, The Seagull, Electra, Iphigenia at Aulis, The Good Hope, Peer Gynt and Billy and Dago, among others), The Shakespeare Theater Company (Henry V and Macbeth), Bay Street Theater Fest (Tropeano Paints), American Repertory Theater (Boys Next Door), Yale Repertory Theater (Search and Destroy) and many others. The Wolves won second place in the California Educational Theater Association festival competition, and Bright Star was nominated for best dramatic performance at the JRAY Awards.
She played Stella Kowalski in the iconic A Streetcar Named Desire (Jewel Theatre Company) and in Laguna Playhouse, she was in the west coast premiere of I'm Still Getting My Act Together (starring Gretchen Cryer), as well as The Odd Couple and Love, Loss and What I Wore. He has worked in regional theaters across the country, including The Alley Theater, Empty Space Theater, Seattle Repertory Theater, Berkeley Repertory, Arena Stage, Shakespeare Theater DC, Group Theater, Yale Repertory Theater, and New Jersey Shakespeare Festival, among others. Students who are enrolled in more than one interpretation or design category at the same time can request to be first or last in a round of competition to account for scheduling conflicts. In Los Angeles he has worked with A Noise Within (Ovation, LADCC Awards for Frankenstein), Pasadena Playhouse (LADCC for The Father), Mark Taper Forum, Cornerstone Theater Company, Shakespeare Festival LA, Geffen Playhouse, Interact Theater Company, UCB, Main Street Players and Impro Theater, where he is a member of the Main Company. Regionally, he has performed at Theater Under the Stars, Geva Theater, Arena Stage, REV Theater Company, Denver Center, Seattle Rep, Wallis Annenberg Center, Huntington, ACT, Geffen Playhouse, Getty Villa, Kirk Douglas Theater, San Diego Rep, Singapore Rep, East West Players, Portland Center Stage and La Jolla Playhouse. He participated in the original West End London production of the musical On Your Feet - the story of Emilio and Gloria Estefan (London Coliseum); he repeated his role as Emilio in a production at The Moonlight Amphitheater.
In addition to performing and training consistently for the past 25 years at SCR he has provided extensive voice dialogue and dialect training for Fox Television Pasadena Playhouse Cornerstone Theater Company Laguna Playhouse REDCAT Toi Whakaari and PCPA among others. Los Angeles theaters include Geffen Theater A Noise Within Mark Taper Forum Rubicon Laguna Playhouse Kingsmen Shakespeare Festival and Latino Theater Co. Ruzika has designed 22 seasons for the Utah Shakespeare Festival and 30 seasons for the Fullerton Civic Light Opera. He has received commissions for Artists Repertory Theatre Breath of Fire Latina Theatre Ensemble Center Theatre Group and Livermore Shakespeare Festival. Professor of theater and film he was a playwright consultant for the Roundabout Theater Company (New York) for almost a decade and was resident artistic director at The Old Globe in San Diego. When it comes to age restrictions for certain performances at this theatre festival in Fullerton California there are some rules that must be followed.
All participants must be 18 years or older to compete or participate in any performance or competition round. Additionally all students enrolled in more than one interpretation or design category must request to be first or last in a round of competition to account for scheduling conflicts.