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SSU’s “Hamlet” a fiery and gripping display of revenge

ssuhamlet Matt Lindberg gives a remarkable performance as a young man alone trying to uncover the truth surrounding the death of his father the King, and later moving forward to avenge the murder.

By | May 5th, 2016|Comments Off on SSU’s “Hamlet” a fiery and gripping display of revenge

All Not as it Seems in Lively, All-Male “Twelfth Night” at SRJC

The production used well the novelty of the all-male cast while staging an amusing and occasionally wacky comedy of mistaken identity and mixed-up affections.

By | April 24th, 2016|Comments Off on All Not as it Seems in Lively, All-Male “Twelfth Night” at SRJC

Get Ready for the Joys, Hurts of SRJC’s “Emotional Creature”

emotional creature brochureWhat's it like to be a girl today. Find out at Santa Rosa Junior College's "Emotional Creature," playing through March 13 at Burbank Auditorium.

By | March 7th, 2016|Comments Off on Get Ready for the Joys, Hurts of SRJC’s “Emotional Creature”

SSU’s Sparkling Jaunt “Into the Woods”

In_To_The_Woods_MG_2270This was an ensemble well suited for their roles, and the large crowd at the Evert B. Person Theatre rewarded them with an enthusiastic ovation.

By | February 5th, 2016|Comments Off on SSU’s Sparkling Jaunt “Into the Woods”

A Very Jolly Holiday: SRJC’s “Mary Poppins”

Tom Chown poppins 132187_CROP 2 (1)Alanna Weatherby and Noah Sternhill shine in the latest production from Santa Rosa Junior College Theatre Arts.

By | November 23rd, 2015|Comments Off on A Very Jolly Holiday: SRJC’s “Mary Poppins”

SSU’s “Hummingbird Wars” Shows Vet’s Struggle to Save His Family

hummingbird warsThe new production at Sonoma State University lets us watch an Afghan war veteran cope as his family life unravels.

By | November 6th, 2015|Comments Off on SSU’s “Hummingbird Wars” Shows Vet’s Struggle to Save His Family

SSU’s Latest Farce Asks: Was Lincoln Gay?

_MG_5199The eight cast members make most of this three-act play, which turns from the politically farcical to the slapstick silly to the deadly bizarre.

By | October 16th, 2015|Comments Off on SSU’s Latest Farce Asks: Was Lincoln Gay?

SRJC’s “Almost, Maine” offers bite-sized, tasty fun

From SRJC Theatre ArtsSanta Rosa Junior College's Theatre Arts has got the new season off to a nice start with this at-times wacky look at love by John Cariani.

By | September 28th, 2015|Comments Off on SRJC’s “Almost, Maine” offers bite-sized, tasty fun

With Rousing “South Pacific,” SRT launches its 2015 Season

CHuqX28UMAAXnDm"South Pacific" is just one of five shows for this season's Summer Repertory Theatre.

By | June 22nd, 2015|Comments Off on With Rousing “South Pacific,” SRT launches its 2015 Season

“Ballad of Juan José” tickles as it teaches the U.S. Experience

ballad juan joseMarcos Rivas Sanchez effortlessly embodies the wide-eyed Juan José, a modern-day stranger in a strange land. The play, originally commissioned by the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, reminds us of that striking American notion: all people are created equal.

By | March 9th, 2015|Comments Off on “Ballad of Juan José” tickles as it teaches the U.S. Experience