Harmony Wheeler

Harmony Wheeler Harmony Wheeler has worked for theatres including Sierra Repertory Theatre, Modesto Performing Arts, and The Hanover Theatre. Her byline has appeared with the Sierra Lodestar, The Modesto Bee, The Chimes at Biola University (where she served as News Editor), StaticMultiMedia.com, and more. She holds a degree in Journalism, Public Relations.



BWW Reviews: PELLEAS AND MELISANDE Delivers a Modern and Artistic Masterpiece Now Through Nov 27
October 31, 2011

An artistic masterpiece in every way, Cutting Ball Theatre's modern interpretation of the classic, yet rarely staged, Pelleas and Melisande, conquers a small theater with feats of innovative staging and energetic acting.

BWW Reviews: RACE Challenges Audiences Now Through Nov 13
October 27, 2011

In every case there are two fictions, two sides, each trying to tell the better story, each trying to triumph. Law isn't about justice. It's about winning. The truth is elusive. As personal prejudices come into play, the truth sneaks further and further into the background, especially in cases involving race and sex. Pulitzer Prize winner, David Mamet's play RACE explores the various prejudices and positions in racial arguments. Refreshingly, Mamet does not take sides. Instead, he focuses on getting the audience to think and to speak for themselves.

BWW Interviews: Monica Cappuccini as Maria Callas in MASTER CLASS Now Through Nov 6
October 26, 2011

Monica Cappuccini returned to the stage three and a half years ago after seventeen years away from acting. Now, she's mounting what she calls a dream role, the role of Maria Callas in Terrence McNally's play Master Class, playing now through November 6 at Hillbarn Theatre. Master Class recently had a Broadway Revival starring Tyne Daly in New York. The production received high praises from critics.

BWW Interviews: Craig Ashurst, Principal Dancer, RIVERDANCE
October 26, 2011

The Riverdance tour will be in California through December 4 and includes a stop at the Pantages theatre in Los Angeles, where Riverdance opened exactly 15 years to the day before its November 15 engagement. Other tour cities include Fresno, Modesto and Sacramento. Broadway World speaks with Craig Ashurst about life on the road and why Riverdance has such a strong following.

BWW Interviews: Playwright and Actor Trevor Allen Talks About His One Man Show, 'Working for the Mouse'
October 27, 2011

Everyone dreams of being a prince or princess, or some Disney character. Trevor Allen lived that dream for four years as a college student playing various Disney characters at Disneyland, but he experienced a very different Disney than the one people see at the movies or in Fantasy Land. Now, years later, he gives theatre goers a behind the scenes look at Disneyland and the people behind the characters in his play 'Working for the Mouse,' which returns to EXIT Theatre in San Francisco this fall.

BWW Reviews: MASTER CLASS Has Presence Now Through Nov 6
October 24, 2011

'Master Class' is all about presence, and Hillbarn Theatre definitely has presence. A small theatre with big ambitions, the company has successfully helmed a play that requires presence - a lot of presence - especially from its actors.