“Hold, please!”

Omicron and a Health Order put North Bay theatre on pause (again) North Bay theatre came back with a vengeance in mid-2021 when restrictions were lifted and theaters could once more welcome audiences inside. Almost every theatre company in the region returned to live production with solo shows, comedies, and the occasional musical. The New…

What’s coming up in the Fall?

Fall is the time when a theatre company’s fancy turns lightly to thoughts of a new season. Announcements are made, rehearsals are scheduled, and the sound of buzzing returns to auditoriums as audiences enter and take their seats in support of live performance. After being dark for a year-and-a-half, California’s June “reopening” gave theatre artists…

KSRO Interview – David Templeton

My guest on the Thursday, August 12 theatre segment on KSRO’s The Drive with Steve Jaxon was journalist/playwright David Templeton for a discussion on Bay Area theatres’ reaction to the Delta variant and on the much-delayed production of his newest play Galatea. Click below to listen: *********** 

North Bay Theaters Get $ome Relief

Theaters throughout the North Bay have finally started to receive disbursements from the Federal Government’s Shuttered Venue Operators Grant Program. The program, administered by the U.S. Small Business Administration, was signed into law in December 2020. It offers substantial grants to producing organizations and entertainment venues to replace lost revenue as a result of COVID-19…