North Bay Stage and Screen is an information hub and blog created by journalist David Templeton, a longtime Bay Area writer, theater and film reviewer, columnist, playwright, producer and performer.
In addition to updates on local theater and film happenings—with David’s personal commentary and opinions—this site will feature links to David’s various disparate writings, columns, reviews, feature stories, and journalistic reports, which appear in numerous publications all over the country. Information about David’s plays and publications can also be found here.
This is a highly “clickable” site, with few blurbs or stories posted that don’t offer something to click on, leading you to additional information and the occasional sneaky surprise.
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Contributor Harry Duke is an actor, director, teacher, and theatre critic who is a member of the San Francisco Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle, American Theatre Critics Association, and the Marquee Theater Journalists Association. He holds a B.A. in Theatre Arts from Sonoma State University where he graduated magna cum laude.
He is an active member of the North Bay theatre community and has appeared regularly on Sonoma County stages for the past twenty years. He co-hosts The Drive with Steve Jaxon on KSRO News Talk 1350 AM/103.5 FM and hosts a weekly segment previewing local theatre.
He is the regular theatre critic for Metro Publishing’s Northern Californian alternative weeklies. The North Bay Bohemian covers Sonoma and Napa Counties while the Pacific Sun – now the nation’s oldest continuously published weekly – covers Marin county.
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Contributor Ken Gallegos is a retired educator. He worked as a classroom teacher, a school site principal, and a district office administrator. His passion for movies dates back to his youth, growing up in Los Angeles and haunting LA’s old revival theaters as soon as he received his driver’s license. In retirement, he dedicates his time to volunteering in United Way’s Schools for Hope program and serving as a volunteer greeter and tour guide for the Charles M. Schulz Museum.