WARRIOR QUEEN ANAHIT THE BRAVE
A swashbuckling adventure for the whole family to enjoy.
NOTE: Kids under 5 not admitted.
World Premiere play Warrior Queen Anahit the Brave. A story of a young peasant woman, Anahit, and her remarkable journey as she transforms into a royal warrior, inspires her people, raises an army of women, and rescues the King and entire kingdom from evil forces. Written & Directed by Armina LaManna. Music by Shahen Hagobian. Scroll down for creative team information and parking directions.
LIMITED ENGAGEMENT! ONLY 6 PERFORMANCES!
NOVEMBER 5TH – 18TH, 2022 | THE COLONY THEATRE, BURBANK, CA
Saturday, November 5 at 7pm
Sunday, November 6 at 4pm
Friday, November 11 at 7pm
Saturday, November 12 at 7pm
Sunday, November 13 at 4pm
Friday, November 18 at 7pm
MASKS ARE NOT REQUIRED, BUT STRONGLY RECOMMENDED. KIDS 4 AND UNDER NOT ADMITTED.
FOR EDUCATORS: Visit our For Schools page for information about field trips. You can also download field trip information using the purple button below. please click on the button below. Our programming is created for children in grades K – 5.
NOTE: All Warrior Queen student-matinees are sold out. If you wish to bring a group OF 150 or more, we may be able to add one more weekday performance; please get in touch with us at email@example.com.
CAST: Ani Marderosian as Anahit, Alistair McKenzie as Apep, Nathan Mohebbi as King Vachagan, Christianne Holly Santiago as Nairi, Sophia Vitello as Maral, Kyle Caldwell as Arman. Also, Stephanie Jeker as female understudy.
PRODUCTION: Produced by Laura Hill and Gabrieal Griego, Scenic & Projection Design by Tom Buderwitz, Costume Design by Dianne Graebner, Lighting Design by Josh Epstein, Sound Design by Joseph “Sloe” Slawinski, Stage Manager – Elna Kordijan, Technical Direction by Naomi Miyahara, Fight Choreography by Richard Soto.
Written and Directed by Armina LaManna
Music by Shahen Hagobian
PERFORMANCE VENUE DETAILS
The production takes place at The Colony Theatre in Burbank, CA. Located on the corner of 3rd Street and Cypress Avenue, where The Colony Theatre shares a parking garage with the Burbank Town Center Mall.
There is plenty of free parking around the theatre. Enter the Burbank Town Center’s East Garage from the Third Street entrance and follow The Colony Theatre signs.
A magical journey to a time long ago to a place far away where a young girl invents the stars. This play tells the story of a brave and remarkable heroine based on Khoisan folklore.
Los Angeles County, CA