On Stage

* Sonoma County*

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Cyrano by Joe Roets – Cinnabar Theater – Unrequited love is at the center of the celebrated story of Cyrano de Bergerac, the tale of a noble, graceful man crossed by a wayward physical feature.  Can Roxane see him for his true beauty?  Might Christian, the hunky fumble-mouthed object of Roxane’s desire, figure out the poetry of the heart? Will the villain sabotage all chances of love?

with Lluis Valls, Allie Pratt, Jared Emerson-Johnson, Sarah McKereghan

Directed by James Pelican

Live, in-theatre in Petaluma with limited seating * December 31 – January 16

Tickets $25 – $40

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The Legend of Georgia McBride by Matthew Lopez – 6th Street Playhouse – Casey, a young Elvis impersonator barely making a living, is young, he’s broke, his landlord’s knocking at the door, and he’s just found out his wife is pregnant. To make matters worse, Casey is fired from his gig as an Elvis impersonator in a run-down, small-town Florida bar. When the bar owner brings in a B-level drag show to replace his act, Casey finds that he has a whole lot to learn about show business—and himself.

with Alexander Howard, Joey Abrego

Directed by Carl Jordan

Live, in-theatre in Santa Rosa * POSTPONED *

New dates February 17 – March 20

Tickets $22 – $35

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The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) – Raven Players – This irreverent romp through all Shakespeare’s comedies, histories, and tragedies (and the sonnets!) is a hilarious summary of all Shakespeare’s works, using reenactments and audience participation, and including the world’s shortest performance of Hamlet.

with Matt Farrell, Nicholas Augusta, Katie Watts-Whitaker

Directed by Steven David Martin

Live, in-theatre in Healdsburg * POSTPONED *

New Dates February 11 – 20

Tickets $10 – $25

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The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams – Main Stage West – While set in a pre-war 1937 St. Louis, the American classic debuted shortly after the end of World War II. Drawn from his own life, Williams investigates the power of memory and societal mythos through the fictionalized Wingfield family. Abandoned by their father, they must navigate a world where the threat of fascism looms and tales of better days in the past threaten to overwhelm any hope for the future. And yet, every year, Spring arrives.

with Keith Baker, Damion Lee-Matthews, Ivy Rose Miller, Sheri Lee Miller

Directed by Elizabeth Craven

Live, in-theatre in Sebastopol * POSTPONED *

New Dates TBD

Tickets $20 – $32

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* Marin *

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Tommy by Pete Townsend and Des McAnuff & John Entwistle and Keith Moon – Novato Theater Company – This stage adaptation of The Who’s classic rock opera and film tells the story of a deaf, dumb and mute boy who becomes a world-famous Pinball Wizard and the leader of a cult of devotees.

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with Tyler Marques, Sean O’Brien, Daniela Innocenti-Beem, Nelson Brown, Ken Adams, ScharyPearl Fugitt, Nicole Thordsen, Sleiman El-Ahmadieh, Jenny Boynton, Michael Lister, Laura Cooper, Michael Barnes, Leo Vargas, Oliver Vargas, Elliot WiesenGreg Brockbank, Arup Chakrabarti, Shari Clover, Tim Clover, Bethany Cox, Bob Galagaran, Ben Gurvis, Jane Harrington, Michael Hunter, Jonni Machado, Gwendolyn Phair, Bella Qureshi, Katie Wickes

Directed by Marilyn Izdebski

Live, in-theatre in Novato * POSTPONED *

New dates TBD

Tickets $15 – $30

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Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Jersey Lily by Katie Forgette – Ross Valley Players – The wit of Oscar Wilde meets the cunning of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle when Wilde brings his dear friend, Lillie Langtry, to Baker Street. Someone has stolen the highly intimate letters Lillie exchanged with the Prince of Wales, and now she is being blackmailed. Only Holmes can solve the case, going so far as to disguise himself as an early version of Lady Bracknell from Wilde’s latest play, The Importance of Being Forthright, while Watson falls head-over-heels for the Jersey Lily and a wicked professor attempts to bring the Crown to its knees.

Directed by Phoebe Moyer

Live, in-theatre in Ross * January 21 – February 20

Tickets $15 – $30

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* Napa *

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