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PlayGround Announces 29th Season Of New Plays & Playwrights Photo PlayGround Announces 29th Season Of New Plays & Playwrights
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 15, 2022

PlayGround, California's leading playwright incubator and theatre community hub, has announced its 29th season, including the return of the celebrated Monday Night PlayGround staged reading series on third Mondays,* October - March, in-person this year at Berkeley's Freight & Salvage and live simulcast.

San Jose Stage Company's STRANGE COURTESIES Extended Through March 8 Photo San Jose Stage Company's STRANGE COURTESIES Extended Through March 8
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 3, 2021

San Jose Stage Company, in collaboration with African-American Shakespeare Company, has extended STRANGE COURTESIES. The play will now be available to stream through March 8, 2021.

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by Stephi Wild - Feb 13, 2021

Casting Announced For San Jose Stage Company's Virtual STRANGE COURTESIES Photo Casting Announced For San Jose Stage Company's Virtual STRANGE COURTESIES
by A.A. Cristi - Feb 12, 2021

San Jose Stage Company has announced the full cast and creative team for the virtual world premiere of the new play STRANGE COURTESIES, written and directed by L. Peter Callender.

BWW Review: LOVE at Marin Theatre Company Photo BWW Review: LOVE at Marin Theatre Company
by Steve Murray - Mar 16, 2020

Straight out of recent headlines of #metoo, Bill Cosby, Jeffrey Epstein and Harvey Weinstein comes the World Premiere of Kate Cortesi's Love, a clever, well-acted examination of sexual abuse from the perspective of abuser and victim that challenges the black and white image of right and wrong by adding in heavy shades of grey. The results are a thoughtful, yet perplexing look at the dynamics of sexual power politics.

BWW Review: MOTHER OF THE MAID at Marin Theatre Company is dramatization of the life  Photo BWW Review: MOTHER OF THE MAID at Marin Theatre Company is dramatization of the life of Joan of Arc as seen through the eyes of her mother.
by Steve Murray - Nov 21, 2019

BWW Review: MOTHER OF THE MAID at Marin Theatre Company is dramatization of the life of Joan of Arc as seen through the eyes of her mother.

BORDERS, ISLANDS & WALLS Announced At Berkeley Repertory Theatre Photo BORDERS, ISLANDS & WALLS Announced At Berkeley Repertory Theatre
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 13, 2019

PlayGround concludes the 25th season of its celebrated Monday Night PlayGround staged reading series with a special evening of environmental-inspired plays as part of the 5th annual PLANET EARTH ARTS NEW PLAY FESTIVAL on Monday, April 1, 8 PM at Berkeley Repertory Theatre. The topic for the April 1 program (rescheduled from the previously announced March 18 date) is "BORDERS, ISLANDS & WALLS". Members of the 2018-19 PlayGround Writers Company have just five days to generate their original ten-minute plays inspired by the topic. The top six scripts will each receive an hour-and-a-half rehearsal and a professional script-in-hand staged reading at Berkeley Rep on April 1.

Monday Night PlayGround 25th Season Continues With Six 10-Minute Plays Inspired by 'A Photo Monday Night PlayGround 25th Season Continues With Six 10-Minute Plays Inspired by 'ADAPT A FAIRY TALE'
by Stephi Wild - Jan 9, 2019

PlayGround continues its 25th season of its celebrated Monday Night PlayGround staged reading series with the first 2019 Monday readings on Monday, January 21, 8 PM at Berkeley Repertory Theatre's Roda Theatre. The topic for January's round, announced last Friday, is "ADAPT A FAIRY TALE". Members of the 2018-19 PlayGround Writers Company have just four-and-a-half days to generate their original ten-minute plays inspired by the topic. The top six scripts will each receive an hour-and-a-half rehearsal and a professional script-in-hand staged reading at Berkeley Rep on January 21. PlayGround writers in Los Angeles are working simultaneously on the same prompt and their finalists will be presented at Hollywood's Broadwater Mainstage (home of Sacred Fools Theatre Company) on January 14. Tickets are $15-$30 and 3-admission flex subscriptions are just $60 ($45 for 25-and-Unders). For tickets or more information, visit http://playground-sf.org/monday.

47 Playwrights in Four-and-a-Half Days Write Original Plays Inspired by The Topic FAL Photo 47 Playwrights in Four-and-a-Half Days Write Original Plays Inspired by The Topic FALL DOWN, GET UP
by Rebecca Russo - Nov 2, 2018

PlayGround continues its 25th season of its celebrated Monday Night PlayGround staged reading series on Monday, November 26, 8 PM at Berkeley Repertory Theatre's Roda Theatre. The topic for November's round, announced this morning, is "FALL DOWN, GET UP". Members of the 2018-19 PlayGround Writers Company have just four-and-a-half days to generate their original ten-minute plays inspired by the topic. The top six scripts will each receive an hour-and-a-half rehearsal and a professional script-in-hand staged reading at Berkeley Rep on November 26. PlayGround writers in Los Angeles are working simultaneously on the same prompt and their finalists will be presented at Hollywood's Broadwater Mainstage (home of Sacred Fools Theatre Company) on November 12.  Tickets are $15-$30 and 5-admission series subscriptions are just $75 ($50 for 25-and-Unders). For tickets or more information, visit http://playground-sf.org/monday.

PlayGround Kicks Off 25th Season at Berkeley Rep Theatre with JUSTICE Photo PlayGround Kicks Off 25th Season at Berkeley Rep Theatre with JUSTICE
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 28, 2018

"A man may see how this world goes with no eyes. Look with thine ears see how yond justice rails upon yon simple thief. Hark, in thine ear change places and, handy-dandy, which is the justice, which is the thief." - William Shakespeare

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STAGE TUBE: Check Out at DCTC's THE TAMING OF THE SHREW
by Stage Tube - Feb 15, 2012

The Denver Center Theatre Company presents William Shakespeare's comedy THE TAMING OF THE SHREW, playing at the Stage Theatre through February 26. Tickets may be purchased now, by calling 303.893.4100 or visiting www.denvercenter.org.