19: An Episodic Documentary
“19” is a time capsule documentary of Fall 2020, exposing all aspects of living in this moment of the pandemic as artists and students. These stories fully embrace the life of college students, which impacts their ability to be in school and infuses life and art as they blend to become a story of self-discovery.
Episodes were filmed August-November 2020. Premiere dates are as follows:
Episode 1, Nov. 13, 7:00pm
Episode 2, Nov. 14, 7:00pm
Episode 3, Nov. 20, 7:00pm
Episode 4, Nov. 27, 7:00pm
Episode 5, Dec. 4, 7:00pm
To watch or re-watch after premiere dates, please visit our playlist for 19 on YouTube.
Find us on Facebook: 19@wehavevoices
City Dance: Fall 2020 Concert
The FCC Dance Department's Fall Dance Concert will spotlight our talented dancers and student choreographers in an online format. This visual treat will include work developed and performed by FCC dance students. The concert will spotlight various forms of dance included Modern, Ballet, Jazz, Post Modern and Hip Hop.
Premiering November 20, 2020
Plague Diaries, Short Films of Life in the Pandemic. Inspired by Daniel Defoe’s, A Journal of the Plague Year, a vivid, first-person account of the last plague to hit London, Plague Diaries, tell stories of Fresno during the COVID-19 pandemic. Social distancing, essential workers, economic ruin, but also kindness and generosity, are as relevant today as the day Defoe (Robinson Crusoe) set down his account in 1722. Plague Diaries is presented by the FCC Theatre and Film Departments.
Plague Diaries will premiere on-line on January 15, 2020 at 7pm.
The Line: Waging War against COVID-19
The Fresno City College Theatre Department presents THE LINE to virtual audiences this Spring. The Line is a new play by Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen created in the award-winning documentary style that brought you The Exonerated, Aftermath, and Coal Country. At a time in which our own local hospitals feel the insurmountable weight of the pandemic, with cases on the rise and ICU’s reaching 0% capacities, The Line offers a visceral lens into the realities of frontline healthcare workers in New York as COVID-19 bludgeons communities and hospitals within the city.
March 5, 6, 11, 12, 13 at 7:30pm and March 7 at 2:00pm.
Run time is approximately 60 mins.
Tickets (begin Feb.1) are donation based and can be reserved here: Eventbrite
Audience members will be invited to a virtual talk back with the director and cast on Sunday, March 14 at 2pm. A link will be sent out to all ticketholders.