** TiCKET UPDATE as of 11/8: Due to the high demand, our Nov 9 and 10 performances are SOLD OUT. Attendees with extra tickets are expected to turn in extra tickets for re-sale at the door. We will do our best to fill any no-show/empty seats at 7:00pm for these last 2 performances; text 310-403-0201 for questions. **|
Samohi Theatre is excited to present the powerful play One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest. Dale Wassermans 1963 stage adaption of Ken Keseys famous 1962 novel One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest is insightful and riveting with hard-hitting social issues that remain both pertinent and unsettling. When it originally opened on Broadway in 1963, The New York Times called the play scarifying and powerful while The New York Times called it funny, touching and exciting. The movie version released in 1975 remains to this day one of only three films to have swept the top five categories at the Oscars.
Our Samohi Theatre actors will transport you into the world of a 1960s mental institution where you will experience the true meaning of madness and the value of self-reliance. With the arrival of patient Randle Patrick McMurphy, all the rules are about to be broken in a world where sanity means conformity and following the rules is the only way to survive.
RESERVED SEATING ONLY - Please choose your seat and purchase in advance. After you select the a show dater, click the "LET ME CHOOSE MY SEATS" button to view and select your specific seats.
> Note: the performance area is from floor level and higher. Rows B thru G are elevated on risers. Row A is the only row on the floor.
> Print or SHOW YOUR TICKET ON YOUR PHONE at the door for entry.
> For wheelchair & companion seating, email Denise Kato email@example.com or text 310-403-0201
PARKING: 1. Metered street parking is available on Lincoln Blvd (enter at the Michigan and 7th gate). 2. Parking is available at the Civic Center flat lot and structure on 4th St between Olympic and Pico. From the Civic, walk across 4th St to enter Samohi at the 4th St Gate and walk to east side of campus (we do not validate).
LOCATION: The Humanities Center is located on the 2nd floor of the English Building on the east side of campus closest to the Michigan gate accessible from Lincoln Blvd.
ATTN PARENTS: please be advised that this show is NOT INTENDED FOR CHILDREN UNDER 13. Please do not bring young children as it can become a distraction for both actors and other audience members in our intimate black box theater. Thank in advance!
Santa Monica High School Humanities Center (View)
601 Pico Boulevard
Santa Monica, CA 90405
|Minimum Age: 13|
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|