(This article was originally printed in Bylines, the El Cerrito Chamber of Commerce newsletter) OPEN THE DOORS! by Marilyn Langbehn, Executive Artistic Director What a year, right? I don’t have to tell you the past 15 months have been hard for everyone in our community. No one imagined we’d have to stay separated for so
CCCT's lot on the corner of Pomona and Moeser is one of El Cerrito's most inviting landscapes, thanks to the care and love of a handful of dedicated volunteers. The next time you drive or walk by, we hope you'll take a moment to enjoy the beautiful diversity of the plantings, which serve as home to butterflies and bees.
We are planning for the following protocols, subject to change as required by the authorities, for our audience members:
One night only, Monday, May 24 at 7pm on Zoom
When Hiro's little sister decides to marry at twenty-two, Hiro takes it upon herself to do whatever she can to stop the wedding and salvage any shred of hope she had about her sister’s future.
One night only, Thursday, May 27 at 7 pm on Zoom
Our guest for May is Marly Norris, Vice President for Advancement & Public Affairs, COVID-19 Lead, at Dominican University of California. Norris led corporate & foundation philanthropy at the Smithsonian Institution (which translates to nineteen museums, nine research centers, and the National Zoo), and worked in concert touring and promotion, including time spent with a world-famous Bay Area band.