Performing Arts in Sonoma County
Enjoy these performing arts experiences, presented by local organizations, online at home!
“Crawfish: We the Invisible”
On demand March 1-8, 2021. A workshop performance presented by 6th Street Playhouse.
Written and Performed by Gamal Abdel Chasten, Directed by Marieke Gaboury.
On September 11th, 2020 a homeless man speaks to us from Berkeley, CA about his journey from home to homelessness.
“My name Is Crawfish from New Orleans. I live in the Bay now. I was sent by tragedy. 2020 was a hell of a year to be livin’ on these streets.”
The Mystery of Love and Sex presented by Left Edge Theatre
Tender, funny, packed with humanity and brimming with surprising revelations.” – The New York Times
Written by Bathsheba Doran. Directed by Felicia Freitas. Featuring Pilar Gonzales, Trey Riley, Sandra Ish, Mike Pavone and Joe Winkler.
On demand Feb 27 – Mar 21.
The Imaginists presents Worm Moon
Opens March 13
Visit the Imaginist’s large storefront windows and bring your phone – a soundscape will be available through a QR code. And Worm Moon worlds will be viewable thorough our windows.
March: 13, 20, 27, 28 | From sundown until 8:30.
461 Sebastopol Ave., Santa Rosa.
Pegasus Theater Company presents Popcorn and Pajamas
Like most Sonoma County theater companies, Pegasus has been unable to present indoor plays this past year due to the COVID pandemic. But Darlene Kersnar, a veteran Pegasus director and actor, has turned two of our Tapas New Short Play Festival plays into videos. Now you can curl up on your couch in pajamas or sweatpants, pop some corn, and watch these videos at your leisure. Just click on below to view Aunt Velma Considers Changing Religion by John Arnold and Turtle Shopping by Scott McMorrow. If you enjoy these plays, please consider making a donation to support local community theater.
Aunt Velma Considers Changing Religion – A comic ten-minute solo chat by an elderly Catholic woman in small town northern Michigan, who shares her front porch musings with a visiting ten-year-old nephew. Noel Yates and Adrian Dillon-Kopf.
Sonoma County Philharmonic
The Two Gentlemen Of Verona presented by Raven Performing Arts Theater
Donations can be made to support Raven Performing Arts Theater.
“Morning Glow” from PIPPIN – 2019 Summer Rep Company Virtual Choir
One month ago, the Summer Repertory Theatre 2019 Company decided to come together to perform a piece from last season in recognition of this summer’s cancelled season and as a message of hope to everybody impacted by the coronavirus crisis. In the weeks since we made this plan, the racial and structural inequalities in our country have once again made themselves glaringly obvious with the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Aubrey, and Rayshard Brooks and demonstrations of police brutality and injustice across the country.
Raven Players Plays-in-Place 24/7 Greatest Hits, Vol. 1
Enjoy any time!
“We took some of our favorite plays from the past seven years of Raven 24/7 and recreated them as radio plays. Representing themes like Welcome to Hell, Adulting is Hard and Faking It, these seven ten-minute plays are fun, lively and – short! Please make a donation to support the arts in our community.
Virtual Chamber Music Concert – Santa Rosa Symphony Youth Orchestra
See concert program. Donate now to keep the music alive.
One Stone [Einstein] at Cinnabar Theater
Enjoy this video recording of Cinnabar Theater’s 2017 world premiere of Trevor Allen’s memorable and engaging ONE STONE [EINSTEIN]. Asking its own big questions about curiosity, compassion and the cosmos, ONE STONE brings the life and mind of Albert Einstein to life with humor and warmth, encouraging the audience to think and feel big in this expansive universe we all call home. Thank you Eric Chazakin for sharing your videography! Support Cinnabar Theater.
Here’s your chance to see two fabulous local musicals online – for free! You can stream Main Stage West’s “Hope” (2016) and Sonoma Arts Live’s “Merman’s Apprentice” (2019) on North Bay Stage and Screen.