Jun 19, 2024

‘Kinky Boots’ struts at 6th Street

April is the cruelest month is the opening line to T. S. Eliot’s 1922 poem, The Waste Land. But June has been no picnic...
Jun 5, 2024

‘Native Gardens’ Planted at 6th Street

North Bay theaters seem to be in the middle of a Karen Zacarías mini-festival with the Ross Valley Players well-received run of the playwright’s...
May 29, 2024

Left Edge stages ‘Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons’

In a London in the not-too-distant future, the British government has imposed a strict limitation on the number of words any individual can speak...
May 22, 2024

‘Dead Man’s Cell Phone’ is a Disconnect

At a recent performance of Sarah Ruhl’s Dead Man’s Cell Phone, one audience member was heard to murmur to her seatmate, “Is this funny?...
May 8, 2024

Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride at Spreckels

Classic children’s tale theatrically told  Large scale, family-friendly theater returns to the North Bay with the Spreckels Theatre Company production of The Wind in the...
Apr 10, 2024

Just a Man: ‘The Mountaintop’ at 222

Healdsburg’s The 222 concludes its season of professional drama with The Mountaintop, co-directed by Aldo Billingsley and Rebecca Novick. Playwright Katori Hall’s imagining of...
Apr 3, 2024

‘Last Quiz Night’ at Left Edge

If an asteroid were headed straight for Earth and the total destruction of the planet imminent, would you: a. Head for home and the family b....
Mar 26, 2024

There’s No Place Like Healdsburg for the ‘Wizard of Oz’

Healdsburg’s Raven Players is one of the few local companies to wear the phrase “community theater” as a badge of honor. Absent a delusion of...