Category Theater and Events Listings
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! #goseeashow -Heather Something Original in June: Selma Arts Center will […]
Opening May 2 – 4, 2019 in the Fresno area: Carmen Jones This University Theatre production at Fresno State is based on Meilhac & Halevy’s adaption of Prosper Merimee’s “Carmen”, written by Oscar Hammerstein II, music by Georges Bizet. This Fresno premiere is directed by Thomas-Whit Ellis and runs May 3 – 11, 2019 in the John […]
Things start heating up on stage for a busy late April and May.
April – May 2019 Once again, here is your list of live theater options from Bakersfield to Merced here in the Valley. This time I’m highlighting a couple of independent productions to look out for in May. The indie theater scene in Fresno ebbs and flows, so consider taking a chance on these unique DIY […]
Drive Thru Interview: Brooke Aiello, director of “Jane Austen’s Emma” at Fresno Pacific. “Emma is the story of a gardener figuring out how to listen to her garden.”
These are the shows I’m most directly involved with at Rogue Festival this year. They all have multiple performances on Saturday, the final day of the Festival! Tea Liturgy with Art or Evidence? Three musicians and a writer get together to create a show about everyday rituals and share their creative process with each other. […]
Liturgy: a communal response to and participation in the sacred through activities reflecting praise, thanksgiving, reflection or repentance. Tea Liturgy: A communal response to and participation in the creative through activities reflecting song, spoken word, music, and beverages brewed from camellia sinensis. Building a show song by song, word by word, laugh by laugh and […]
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 […]
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.