On Stage in Sonoma County

Experience the magic of theatre!

Theatre offers a captivating experience for audience members. Unlike a movie, a theatre performance is never the same show twice; it’s a vibrant experience that is unique to that particular audience. So get out and see a show!

Feb. 9-Mar. 3: Everybody presented by Left Edge Theatre

by Brandon Jacobs-Jenkins, directed. By Skylar Evans.
A fascinating and funny riff on the traditional morality play Everyman, Everybody charts one person’s quest to understand the meaning of life. Along the way, they encounter Friendship, Kinship, Stuff, Mind, Five Senses, Understanding and Love, before finally facing one last character, Death.
An on-stage lottery at the start of each performance determines which actor plays which role, bringing an exciting edge of unpredictability to every show.

Mar. 1-10: Sister Robert Anne’s Cabaret Class at Cloverdale Performing Arts Center

Sister Annes Cabaret Class at Cloverdale Performing Art Center

A One Nun-Sense Musical Event

Sister Robert Anne is feisty, street-smart, hilarious and immensely talented. As she “teaches” us how to put together a cabaret act, she takes us on a journey of some of the most memorable numbers by award-winning composer Dan Goggin. All ages.

Book, music & lyrics by Dan Groggin
Directed by Robert Zelenka.
Sponsored by David McChesney.

Mar. 1-10 Orlando by Santa Rosa Junior College

Orlando at Santa Rosa Junior College Theater

By Virginia Wolf, Adapted by Sarah Ruhl. Based on the Virginia Woolf novel, this is the story of a young nobleman who is drawn into a love affair with Queen Elizabeth I. For a time, life at court is interesting enough, but Orlando yearns for something more. As he strives to make his way as a poet and lover, his travels keep him at the heart of a dazzling tale where gender and gender preferences shift regularly, usually with hilarious results.

Directed by Laura Downing-Lee
Studio Theatre

March 8-30: The Complete Works of Shakespeare (ABRIDGED) by Curtain Call Theatre

The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged) is an irreverent, fast-paced romp through the Bard’s plays. It was London’s longest-running comedy having clocked a very palpable nine years in London’s West End at the Criterion Theatre! Join these madcap merrymakers in tights as they weave their wicked way through all of Shakespeare’s Comedies, Histories, and Tragedies in one wild ride that will leave you breathless and helpless with laughter.
By Adam Long, Daniel Singer, & Jess Winfield; directed by Austin Lawrence.
At Russian River Hall in Monte Rio.

Opens March 8: The Book of Will at 6th Street Playhouse

The Book of Will at 6th Street Playhouse

Where Would We Be Without Shakespeare’s Words?
Set in Elizabethan England, three years following William Shakespeare’s death, The King’s Men are outraged that their friend and mentor’s brilliant plays are being pirated and wretchedly performed. The acting troupe is horrified when they learn through a shocking loss just how much of Shakespeare’s words are kept in memory rather than in writing. To honor “The Bard,” they become determined to preserve the work and commit to printing it all in one volume before it is lost forever.

By Lauren Gunderson, director Libby Oberlin.

Mar. 29 – Apr. 13: The Last Quiz Night on Earth – Left Edge Theatre


The Last Quiz Night on Earth Left Edge Theater

Directed by Argo Thompson and Jenny Hollingworth
An asteroid is heading straight for the earth, tonight. There’s nothing anyone can do – but who wants to stay home for their last night ever?
And what better way to take your mind off impending doom than Quiz Night at the Four Horsemen pub with your friendly hosts Kathy and Rav?

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