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o v e r t h i r t y y e a r s a g o , SummerFest was first staged at

Ohlone on a grassy hillside and a plywood stage. Great scenery, costumes, showmanship and plenty of heart have always been the hallmark of SummerFest. And you can’t beat the view while sitting under the stars enjoying a great performance.

Our amphitheatre has evolved into a fully realized theater venue with stadium seating and a portable lighting and sound system. Our season has transitioned to include concerts, comedies, and drama as well as musical theater.

Every year we bring exciting, entertaining shows to our enthusiastic audiences and this season is no exception. Join us once again for SummerFest 2013.

films live performances June 14 Vertigo

June 28 Mulan

Au g u s t 2 3 What's Up Doc?

J u ly 1 1 -1 3 , 1 8 -2 0 rocky horror “live on stage”

J u ly 2 5 -2 8 proof

A u g u s t 2 -3 , 8 -1 0 , 15 -17 all shook up

510.659.6031 SmithCenter.com

films June 14 Vertigo

A u g u st 2 3 What's Up Doc?

Smith Center Outdoor Amphitheatre Friday at 8:30pm

Smith Center Outdoor Amphitheatre Friday at 8:30pm

Named Sight and Sound’s “greatest film of all time” in 2012.

A wild ride through the landscape of comic genius—and through the city by the bay.

Hitchcock’s 1958 Vertigo, starring James Stewart and Kim Novak as the hauntingly beautiful femme fatale, is set in San Francisco, as much a star of the film as either of the actors. A psychological thriller, where the plot, characters, and even the camera take disorienting twists and turns bringing everything in and out of focus as history seems to keep repeating until the inevitable conclusion.

June 2 8 Mulan Smith Center Outdoor Amphitheatre Friday at 8:30pm Bring the whole family to enjoy Disney’s epic tale of heroism, under the stars at Ohlone College.

Mulan’s message of bravery, selflessness and fighting for your beliefs will inspire young and old, female and male. Mulan courageously defends China, almost singlehandedly, while her “guardian” dragon, hilariously voiced by Eddie Murphy, brings more trouble than good.

Hilarious screwball comedy that outlasts the test of time, with Barbra Streisand as the beguilingly kooky girl that Ryan O’Neal can’t seem to resist, no matter how hard he tries. Madness and mayhem swirl around them as the contents of four identical suitcases keep switching places.

live performances J u ly 11-13 , 18 -2 0 Rocky Horror “Live on stage” The Actor's Theatre Center Smith Center Outdoor Amphitheatre Thursday-Saturday at 8:30pm

a ugus t 2 - 1 7 All Shook Up

a musical comedy featuring the hits of Elvis presley

StarStruck Theatre Smith Center Outdoor Amphitheatre 8pm

Come Do the Time Warp Again—This time with a full Live Stage cast!

Rediscover the magic of romance and the power of rock and roll.

Come see Rocky Horror as it was meant to be seen—a live, fully staged musical. A humorous tribute to the sci-fi horror movies of the 50s and 60s, the play was made into a film which developed a cult following. Since then, Rocky Horror, like its namesake in the play, has taken on a life of its own.

Take two scoops of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, add a double dip of Elvis Presley’s revolutionary music and Shake It All Up! You’ll pour out a 1950s style musical comedy of mistaken identities, youthful rebellion and love, using Presley classics you know and love like Jailhouse Rock, Love Me Tender, Blue Suede Shoes, and of course, All Shook Up.

J u ly 25 -2 8 Proof Ohlone College Theatre Department NUMMI Theatre Thursday-Saturday at 8pm Sunday at 2pm Proof shares the unpredictability of genius, love and trust.

Proof, the Tony Award- and Pulitzer Prize-winning Broadway drama, unfolds the story of the daughter of a recently deceased mathematician who must fight to prove the authorship of a landmark proof that is discovered among her father's papers, while also dealing with her father's legacy of genius and mental illness.

Friday & Saturday, August 2 & 3 Thursday-Saturday, August 8-10 Thursday-Saturday, August 15-17 www.starstrucktheatre.org

$10 General Admission

live performances ROCKY HORROR “LIVE ON STAGE” Reserved Seating $35 VIP with Parking & Prop Box, Front Rows $30 Center Sections $20 Side Sections

PROOF General Admission $12-$15 Student/Senior and Adult

ALL SHOOK UP Purchase tickets directly from StarStruck Theatre at www.starstrucktheatre.org or on the day of performances at the Smith Center Box Office Event Parking Permit $2 Events and ticket prices subject to change without notice. All performances are in the Smith Center Outdoor Amphitheatre unless otherwise noted. You may want to bring a jacket and a blanket in case it gets chilly during the performance.

Smith Center Box Office Hours Tuesday-Thursday 12-7 pm; Friday & Saturday 12-5 pm, and one hour before all performances.

Smith Center Outdoor Amphitheatre 43600 Mission Boulevard Fremont, California 94539-5847

SmithCenter.com

VERTIGO June 14 MULAN June 28 WHAT'S UP DOC? August 23

510.659.6031

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SummerFest 2013, Smith Center at Ohlone College