MAY 18-19, 2013


The road NOT taken (part one)

Saturday, May 18 @ 8 pm

Sunday, May 19 @ 2 pm

Admission: $20 GA /$15 Student, Senior, or Military

In this spoken word monologue, writer and performer Aimee Greenberg regales viewers with the trials and tribulations of an expectant traveler in search of the sacred on Bali, an island on the verge of capitalism.  The antidote to EAT PRAY LOVE!

Doors open 30 minutes prior to performance.  Tickets will be available at the door or in advance via Brown Paper Tickets by following the link here.  Cash only at the door, no cards accepted.


PARKING: First time at SPACE 4 ART? Visit our Contact Us page for handy tips on parking.  Due to concurrent events in the area please allow up to half an hour for parking when planning your arrival time.  Pedicab company VIP Pedicabs circles the area and can be reached at (619) 228-3632.


As a theatre/performance practitioner, Aimee Greenberg has been turning phrases on a dime and spinning images out of thin air for nearly three decades.  She hails from New York, where she has performed in many Off-broadway houses and studied with theatre icons Sandy Meisner, Wynn Handman and Stella Adler.  In 1990, she created HEIJERA productions, a multi-media theatre company based in Los Angeles, presenting both solo and large scale ensemble works here in the United States and abroad. She is the recipient of multiple awards and honors including the Los Angeles Endowment, The Seattle Original Works Award and the Asian Cultural Council fellowship for Japanese theatre and dance performance. Her latest full-length play, LIGHT FALLING DOWN, will premiere at the Oceanside Theatre Company in October, 2013.


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Join us during the month of June for Regional Arts Survey.

Gallery Hours: Wednesday - Saturday, 11 am - 4 pm

Also be sure to check out other exciting programming coming up in June like Parameters, Emerging Artist, Open Studios, Long Story Short, Burn this Image, Open Critique, and Drive By Cinema.