Mar 28, 2023

Matrimony Melodies: Jane Austen’s musical in Ross

Fans of Jane Austen’s Pride & Prejudice have had a plethora of adaptations of the 19th-century novel from which to choose, from the trio of Lauren Gunderson and Margot Melcon theatrical extensions of the story to the recent gay-themed film Fire Island, which transported reasonable facsimiles of Austen’s characters...
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Jan 17, 2023

Who’s Your Daddy? Musical Two-hander onstage at Cinnabar

North Bay theater in the New Year kicks off with Cinnabar Theater’s production of the two-hander, Daddy Long Legs....
Jan 4, 2023

2022’s Top Torn Tix: The Sequel

Local dramas ranged from ‘solid’ to ‘unsettling’ Between health-related closures, dwindling audiences, casting challenges and at least one big change...
No single actor plays Guthrie. Instead, three performers provide the voice of the folk poet at various stages in his life. Photo by Ray Mabry FOLK POETS Tika Moon, Molly Larsen-Shine and Matthew Witthaus.
Dec 28, 2022

Top Torn Tix: The Best of Local Stages in 2022

Part One: Looking Back on a Year of Musicals and Comedies Live theater continued its steady march to some semblance...
Dec 20, 2022

Wry ‘Ham’ on stage in Sebastopol

North Bay audiences seeking a little lightweight, somewhat-holiday-themed entertainment would do well to head out to Sebastopol and check...
Dec 13, 2022

August Wilson’s ‘Two Trains Running’ in Mill Valley

Now playing at the Marin Theater Company through Dec.18, Two Trains Running is the sixth play in August Wilson’s...
Nov 29, 2022

Mountain Play comes indoors with ‘Gypsy’

About once a year now, the Mountain Play comes down from atop Mt. Tam’s 3,750-seat Cushing Memorial Amphitheatre and...
Nov 22, 2022

‘The River Bride’ is a catch

Folks who like their fairy-tale endings in the “and they lived happily ever after” vein may find themselves challenged...
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