KSRO Interview – “Legally Blonde Jr.”

My guests on a second August 4 “Theatre Thursday” segment on The Drive with Steve Jaxon on KSRO were Education Director Aja Gianola-Norris, Co-Assistant Director and Choeographer Peri Zoe Yildirim-Stanley, and lead performer Katie Winkelman from 6th Street Playhouse’s Young Adult production of Legally Blonde Jr. Click below to listen: ********** Click the graphic below…

Bard Bud – Raven Players’ Steven David Martin on Shakespeare, outdoor theatre, and the twist he’s brought to “Twelfth Night”

After bringing live theatre to Healdsburg’s Downtown Plaza recently with a successful run of Woody Guthrie’s American Song, the Raven Players return to the West Plaza Park with some ol’, reliable Shakespeare al fresco. They’ve been producing Shakespeare (or Shakespeare-ish) plays there for a few years now and have a production of Twelfth Night running…

Review: “The Drowsy Chaperone” in Sonoma

“I hate theatre.” No, that’s not the long-suspected confession of a theatre critic. It’s the opening line from Sonoma Arts Live’s production of The Drowsy Chaperone.  The show runs through July 31.   That line, followed by a litany of complaints about modern theatre (shows are too long, actors shouldn’t interact with the audience, Elton John,…

KSRO Interview – “Every Brilliant Thing”

My guest on the July 21 “Theatre Thursday” segment on The Drive with Steve Jaxon on KSRO was Craig Miller, former 6th Street Playhouse Artistic Director and current Assistant Professor of Acting and Directing at the University of Idaho about his upcoming benefit performances at 6th Street of the one-person show Every Brilliant Thing. Click…

KSRO Interview – “Butterflies are Free”

My guests on the July 7 “Theatre Thursday” segment on The Drive with Steve Jaxon on KSRO were Robert Bauer and Adam Paulson from the Cloverdale Performing Arts Center to talk about their upcoming production of Butterflies are Free. Click below to listen: ********** Click the graphic below for more info: