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PROMETHEUS BOUND AT THE OUTDOOR THEATER AT THE GETTY VILLA

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Each fall, this series features a classical tragedy or comedy in the Getty Villa's dramatic Barbara and Lawrence Fleischman Theater, an outdoor theater based on ancient prototypes.  Prometheus Bound

A new translation by Joel Agee
Directed by Travis Preston 
Produced by CalArts Center for New Performance in association with Trans Arts 

Thursday–Saturday, August 29–31, 2013 (Previews)
Thursdays–Saturdays, September 5–28, 2013
8:00 p.m.
Getty Villa, the Barbara and Lawrence Fleischman Theater

Tickets: $42; students/seniors $38. Previews $25. 
Call (310) 440-7300 or use the "Get Tickets" button below. 
Previews:


Performances:
The Titan Prometheus, progenitor and champion of humankind, has stolen fire from Mount Olympus, giving rise to human civilization. As punishment, he is doomed by Zeus to spend eternity chained to a mountaintop, where Prometheus rails against the gods and all the world's injustices. Witness the timeless tragedy—and victory—of the prisoner who refuses to be silent…

IMMIGRATION REFORM MEANS GREAT THINGS FOR THE ECONOMY

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Now that lawmakers in the Senate have come together to pass a bipartisan piece of legislation to fix our broken immigration system, it's up to the House of Representatives to do the same.

And that makes this the perfect time to learn more about the issue.

In the days ahead, those members of Congress have to make a choice about the right way to reform immigration -- or if they want to proceed at all. As the national debate begins in earnest, we want to make sure you have information you need to answer questions in your community.

So check out this video, then share it so that people know that immigration reform makes a ton of sense for the economy.