Perchance to Dream: Two-man show on making it in “the biz” comes to Sonoma

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic forced the theatre community to be even more creative than usual to survive, a struggle for many companies even in the best of times. As theatres dealt with dwindling audiences, theatre artists dealt with dwindling opportunities as theatres postponed or cancelled performances or worse, shut their doors completely. Streaming theatre was…

Left Edge Theatre moving to new digs

Santa Rosa’s Left Edge Theatre, a resident theatre company of the Luther Burbank Center for the Arts since its opening in 2015, has announced a relocation scheduled for September of this year. Left Edge and its associated Young Actors Studio will become resident theatre companies at The California, a new 199-seat cabaret-style theater scheduled to…

A new season brings change to Santa Rosa’s Left Edge Theatre

Santa Rosa’s Left Edge Theatre has announced their 2022/2023 season and a change in company leadership and staffing. Argo Thompson, the company’s founding Artistic Director, is turning over the artistic reins to the team of David L. Yen and Sandra Ish. “Left Edge has a plan for growing the company”, said Thompson. “I have decided…

North Bay Theatres Nab 75 SFBATCC Noms

The San Francisco Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle has announced the nominees for their 45th Excellence in Theatre Awards. North Bay Companies and artists have received a total of 75 nominations spread out over 19 categories. Productions that opened in the first quarter of 2020 and the last half of 2021 were eligible for consideration.…

Napa’s Lucky Penny Productions Announces ’22 – ’23 Season

Napa’s Lucky Penny Productions have annnounced their 2022-2023 season of plays and musicals.  The company’s 14th season is expected to be their first full season since 2018-19 and will launch in September 2022 at the Lucky Penny Community Arts Center. The following productions are currently scheduled: VANYA AND SONIA AND MASHA AND SPIKE September 9-25,…

Marin Shakespeare Announces New Artistic Director

The Marin Shakespeare Company announced today the appointment of Raphael Massie as the company’s new Artistic Director. After 33 years at the company helm, co-founder Robert Currier will transition to Artistic Director Emeritus and continue to play a large part in the development of the Company’s indoor venue – The Center for Performing Arts, Education…