Sucia by Nicole Jost

Thursday, March 1, 2018 (All day) to Sunday, March 11, 2018 (All day)
Photo of actors Clarissa Gonzalez, Regina Leon and Caroline Sanchez sitting on a couch
This new Cinderella story is for girls who aren't afraid to get their hands "dirty." A motherless girl known only as Sucia becomes the backbone of a new family. In spite of dire financial straits and the demands of her domestic life, Sucia dares to chase her Ivy League dreams. Directed by Roy Conboy. March 1 - March 3, 7:30pm. March 4, 2pm. March 8 - March 10, 7:30pm. March 11, 2pm. $15 - $20.
Creative Arts Building, Little Theatre
School of Theatre & Dance
SF State Box Office
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Sucia is part of the Fringe, a showcase for student playwrights. Throughout its existence, the Fringe at SF State has been an opportunity for the diverse and multicultural voices of students. It has produced many plays by Asian American, Latino, African American, gay and lesbian writers, delving deeply and entertainingly into the many aspects of culture represented in the Theatre Arts and Creative Writing programs. Fringe has produced work by nationally and regionally prominent playwrights, including Marcus Gardley, Peter Sinn Nachtrieb, Claire Rice, Christopher Chen and Evelyn Pine.

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Photo, from left: Clarissa Gonzalez, Regina Leon and Caroline Sanchez star in Sucia. Photo by Sreang Hok.