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Spring Production: A Very Old Man...

Explore the world of Magical Realism at LAHSA



LAHSA proudly presents a family-friendly night of theatre based on a short story by Gabriel Garcia Marquez. The world of two children is turned upside down when a very old man with enormous wings falls mysteriously from the sky to their little Caribbean town. They try to give him shelter and food at their house while trying to hide him from their parents, but soon the whole town has found out about him. 
This is a story of how community and how newcomers are viewed and treated.
Show Dates:  April 5 & 12 at 4pm, April 6 at 6pm, April 13 at 2pm
All shows at the historic Cocoanut Grove Theatre
701 S. Catalina Street, Los Angeles CA 90005
(complimentary parking available for patrons at 7th/Catalina)

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LAHSA is a non-audition, performing arts focused public pilot high school school serving Koreatown as part of the Robert F. Kennedy Zone of Choice.
LAHSA graduates have gone on to some of the most challenging colleges in the country.

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