This June is a little light compared to last year, but that just means the Valley is loading the big guns for July! There is plenty of great theater to see this month, though, and you’ll probably get to see enough of it to go guilt-free!
Something Original in June:
Selma Arts Center will produce and host a series of original short plays written and directed by the local community. Many of the participants are up-and-comers in the area, getting their feet wet with original work.
On the docket are:
- El Norteño written and directed by Rodolfo Robles Cruz
- High Plain Sisters written by Matt Robinson, directed by Summer Session
- Lunacy written by Summer Session, directed by Deseree Whitt
- Las Hermanas written and directed by Lia Dewey
- The Upperhand written by Haley White, directed by Christopher Ortiz-Belcher
The production doesn’t yet have information on the Selma Arts website or a Facebook event, but the dates are June 27th, 28th and June 29th so get it on your calendars.
I’ll send around an update as soon as more information is available.
The List of Shows for June 2019
Fresno and surrounding areas
Savannah Sipping Society – comedy
June 21 – Aug 11
Selma Arts Center
June 27 – June 29
new plays and other works completely written, produced, and coordinated by local artists
Blossom Trail Players, Sanger
Disney’s Beauty and the Beast – family musical
June 20 – 29
Golden Chain Theater, Oakhurst
Here Come the Cows – melodrama
June 28 – Jul 14
SOUTH VALLEY – Tulare and Kings Counties
Visalia Community Players
The Humans – play, comedy/drama
June 7 – 23
The Barn Theater, Porterville
Mamma Mia! – musical
June 7 – 22
The Ovation Theatre
Disaster!, the musical
The Empty Space
The Wedding Singer – musical
Now – June 22
The Gaslight Melodrama
Valley Plaza Days – melodrama
Now – June 29
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Just an FYI: I focus primarily on university, community, independent and regional theater geared towards adults. I rarely list or cover high school or youth productions because there are far to many programs to list equitably.
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