Endgame and Play

May 9–June 3, 2012 American Conservatory Theater Tony Award winner Bill Irwin stars in Beckett’s iconic dark comedy Two powerful and absurd dark comedies from master playwright Samuel Beckett. In Endgame, Tony Award winner Bill Irwin takes on the role of Hamm, who is trapped between life and death with his young servant, Clov. Together … Continue reading

In Paris

April 25–May 13, 2012 Berkeley Rep Told in French and Russian with English supertitles Legendary performer Mikhail Baryshnikov takes the stage with Anna Sinyakina and a talented ensemble assembled by visionary director Dmitry Krymov. Based on a story by Nobel Prize–winner Ivan Bunin, In Paris is a dazzling new play set in the 1930s, which … Continue reading

God of Carnage

May 24 – June 17 2012 Marin Theatre Company 397 Miller Avenue – Mill Valley, CA 94941 Following an altercation between their 11-year-old sons in Cobble Hill Park, Annette and Alan Raleigh agree to meet Veronica and Michael Novak to discuss the situation civilly – practice the art of co-existence rather than slaughter each other … Continue reading

Ghost Ship Rodez – Directed by Terry Allen

Thursday, April 5th, Terry Allen and his band will perform a concert. Friday 6th and Saturday7th , the multimedia performance piece “Ghost Ship Rodez” will be performed. Z Space The outlaw country singer, painter, writer, and conceptual artist Terry Allen offers his multimedia theater piece: Ghost Ship Rodez. The narrative arc encompasses the 17 days … Continue reading

A Doctor in Spite of Himself February 10–March 25

A Doctor in Spite of Himself February 10–March 25 Berkeley Repertory Theatre Molière’s classic comedy comes to uproarious new life in a clever and contemporary adaptation from one of Berkeley Rep’s favorite artists. Steven Epp delighted audiences as Figaro and The Miser—now he’s back with A Doctor in Spite of Himself. The traditional story of … Continue reading

“Our Town” Directed by George Lavaudant – November 9-12

Our Town By Thornton Wilder November 9-12 at 8pm Pigott Theater, Memorial Auditorium http://www.stanford.edu The New York Times says, “Thornton Wilder’s masterpiece…An immortal tale of small town morality [and]…a classic of soft spoken theater.” Stanford Drama professor Jean-Marie Apostolidès collaborates with the world-renowned French director Georges Lavaudant to present the Pulitzer Prize-winning American favorite that … Continue reading

“Pelleas & Melisande” directed by Rob Melrose – Through November 27

Through November 27, 2011 The Cutting Ball Theater http://cuttingball.comPelleas & Melisande has all the ingredients for a fairy tale: a princess in distress, a handsome prince, and a beautiful castle. Yet this seminal avant-garde play by French symbolist Maurice Maeterlinck, in a new translation by Cutting Ball Artistic Director Rob Melrose, reveals that it is … Continue reading