The Berkeley Community Theatre is a theatre, located in Berkeley, California on the campus of Berkeley High School. The theater is used by Berkeley High School and the Berkeley Unified School District.
The theater building also holds the Florence Schwimley Little Theater, a smaller theater that is often used for Berkeley High School music and theater performances.
Other articles related to "berkeley community theatre, berkeley community, berkeley":
... The theater lighting and sound systems in both the Berkeley Community Theater and the attached Florence Shwimley Little Theater have been neglected by district funds, and are in dire need of upgrades ... However, the citizens of Berkeley have directed funds towards the theater on numerous occasions ... Berkeley Voters, allocating around $15 million to the theater for renovation, passed measure AA in 2000 ...
24, 1969 Track 8 recorded at the Berkeley Community Theatre on May 30, 1970, 1st show Track 9 recorded at the Berkeley Community Theatre on May 30, 1970, 2nd show Track 10 recorded at the Berkeley Community ...
Famous quotes containing the words theatre, berkeley and/or community:
“A good drama critic is one who perceives what is happening in the theatre of his time. A great drama critic also perceives what is not happening.”
—Kenneth Tynan (19271980)
“It seems, Euphranor..., that there is nothing so singularly absurd as we are apt to think, in the belief of mysteries; and that a man need not renounce his reason to maintain his religion. But if this were true, how comes it to pass, that, in proportion as men abound in knowledge, they dwindle in faith?”
—George Berkeley (16851753)
“As in political revolutions, so in paradigm choicethere is no standard higher than the assent of the relevant community. To discover how scientific revolutions are effected, we shall therefore have to examine not only the impact of nature and of logic, but also the techniques of persuasive argumentation effective within the quite special groups that constitute the community of scientists.”
—Thomas S. Kuhn (b. 1922)