UBC Theater and Film Presents: GOLDRAUSCH

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THE DEPARTMENT OF THEATER & FILM AT UBC PRESENTS: GOLDRAUSCH

Renowned Chilean Playwright/Screenwriter/Director Guillermo Calderón has gone wild within Swiss modernist Blaise Cendrars’ novel Gold (1925) about the opportunistic Johann August Sutter. A film within a play, premiered in 2017, GOLDRAUSCH is a comedy with music that journeys through film director Oskar’s efforts to make a film about the man who started the Gold Rush Fever of 1848: the “Emperor of California”. Mixed with classic country and Mexican banda songs, GOLDRAUSCH is the story of rampant jealousy, greed, and ambition run amok as dueling actors fight for their close-ups in Oskar’s magnum opus.*

*Contains adult themes and language and therefore may not be suitable for younger audiences.

Date: March 14-30 (Show runs from Wednesday to Saturday)
Time: 7:30PM
Tickets: Adults: $24.50. Seniors: $16.50. Students: $11.50, Youth: $5
Location: Frederic Wood Theatre (6354 Crescent Rd.)

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  • Thursday March 14, 2019