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On stage in Sonoma County

May 6 – 22: Matilda the Musical at Spreckels Performing Arts Center

Adapted by Dennis Kelly from Matilda, a novel by Roald Dahl. Music and lyrics by Tim Minchin.
Based on the book by the master of off-kilter children’s books, Roald Dahl, Matilda the Musical roared to life in 2012, winning seven Oliviers in London before crossing to Broadway and scoring five Tonys, including Best Book for a Musical.
The New York Times called it “the most satisfying and subversive musical ever to come out of Britain.”
While Matilda is a very popular children’s story, it does have some stylized scary bits. Use caution bringing very young or sensitive children.

May 12-29: Real Women Have Curves – 6th Street Playhouse, Monroe Stage

By Josefina López; directed by Marie Ramirez Downing.
Starring Alexa Jimenez, Reilly Milton, Bethany Regan, Rosa Reynoza and Anakarina Swanson.
A heartfelt comedy about the struggles of immigrant Latinas!
The story is set in a small sewing factory in East Los Angeles, owned by a 34-year-old undocumented immigrant in danger of losing her sewing equipment, as she struggles to make the payments and avoid deportation.
You’ll get to know five very different Latinas who toil together to try to save the shop, and their jobs.

May 13-29: The Book of Will at the Raven Performing Arts Center

The moving story of how Shakespeare’s plays were gathered, preserved, and published after his death by his friends and fellow actors. It’s a humorous and inspiring portrait of friendship, love, and the arduous task of saving the greatest plays ever written. The Book of Will received the Harold and Mimi Steinberg/American Theatre Critics Association New Play Award in 2018.
“It is, quite frankly, one of the best plays I have ever seen. It will bring tears of both laughter and sorrow to all but the most jaded audience member’s eyes. It is, in a word, a triumph.” ― Boulder Weekly

June 2 – 26, 2022 9 to 5, The Musical at 6th Street Playhouse, GK Hardt Theater

Music & Lyrics: Dolly Parton | Book: Patricia Resnick | Director: Carl Jordan | Music Director: Nate Riebli | Choreographer: Devin Parker Sullivan.

What a way to make a livin’!
Think back to the time when women were just entering the workforce in large numbers, armed with shoulder pads, perms and pant suits, hopes and expectations. 9 to 5 is a tale of three such women.

9 to 5 is full of great music and funny moments, but it also exposes how much work is left to be done to achieve equality. It’s our hope that when you walk out of the theater humming songs from the show, you just might be moved to take action!

June 10 -25: Shakespeare’s The Tempest

Presented by Curtain Call Theatre.
Directed by Austin Lawrence.
“The Tempest” is one of Shakespeare’s last plays and reflects all that is best about his skills as a playwright. This is a comedy and a romance that takes place on an unidentified island after the King’s ship crashes there.
This play has it all: a shipwreck, magic, unknown creatures, spectacle, music, and the usual host of characters that both entertain and inform. This play has something for everyone! Please come out and see what all the talk is about, running June 10 to 25, 2022 in Monte Rio.

June 24-Aug. 7

Summer Repertory Theatre Festival
at Santa Rosa Junior College

Northern California’s oldest summer stock company.
Tickets On Sale May 1, 2022.

June 24 – July 3: The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde
July 1 – July 10: Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella
July 22-July 30: Sister Act the Musical
July 29 – August 7: Silent Sky

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