A couple of upcoming theater listings that may not be in your regular feeds this month: Hanford Multicultural Theater Company Waiting Women, an original play A female-western stageplay about the notorious stage coach robber Pearl Hart. In vaudeville storytelling, Pearl recounts her life in a prison with colorful women at the Yuma Territorial Prison in […]

Get the Show on the Rogue: Art or Evidence’s Heather Parish (wherein the owner of this blog interviews herself)

Get the Show on the Rogue: Art or Evidence’s Rachel Witort. ‘Our group is very eclectic in ideas and in the members’ backgrounds. It pushes me to look for new concepts to include in my songwriting”

Get the Show on the Rogue: Art or Evidence’s Charis Calvert – “The incredible gift the arts can give us in comforting us when no purely rational means can is astonishing and fascinates me.”

Every week for the next four weeks, I’ll be introducing you to each member of Art or Evidence?, the music/spoken word group I joined last fall to create a show for Rogue Festival. Our show is titled “Tea Liturgy” and is a “creative brew of tea, music, humor, and inspiration to spark ideas for our audience.” […]

Filling the need for challenging black-box theater in Kern County, Theatre in the Black launches in Bakersfield.

Here’s the fast-and-dirty list for those of you who want to know what your options are after you come up from your sugar-induced December coma. 

As a Janeite, I walked in to Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley at Fresno State with a predisposition to be generous. But also, I walked in with OPINIONS.

Reader’s Theater: The Experiment offers A Child’s Christmas in Wales in Fresno

Reading recommendations, theatre rituals, and more from Brad Myers, professor of theater at Fresno State.