While we’re staying safe at home, enjoy these virtual experiences!
“SWEAT” presented by Left Edge Theatre
Through September 27, online.
SWEAT, a drama by Lynn Nottage and directed by Argo Thompson. winner of the 2017 Pulitzer Prize, is a masterful depiction of the forces that divide and conquer us.
SWEAT tells the story of a group of friends who have spent their lives sharing drinks, secrets, and laughs while working together on the factory floor. But when layoffs and picket lines begin to chip away at their trust, the friends find themselves pitted against each other in a heart-wrenching fight to stay true to themselves and each other.
“The Lady with All The Answers” presented by Cinnabar Theater
Sept. 8-Oct. 4.
“Dear Ann Landers”… For decades, the renowned advice columnist answered countless letters. No topic was off-limits: from nude housekeeping to sex on a motorcycle to wandering spouses. Landers was direct, insightful, honest and hilarious. One night, she faces a looming deadline for a column dealing with a new kind of heartbreak: her own.
The Two Gentlemen Of Verona presented by Raven Performing Arts Theater
Donations can be made to support Raven Performing Arts Theater.
“Morning Glow” from PIPPIN – 2019 Summer Rep Company Virtual Choir
Raven Players Plays-in-Place 24/7 Greatest Hits, Vol. 1
Enjoy any time!
“We took some of our favorite plays from the past seven years of Raven 24/7 and recreated them as radio plays. Representing themes like Welcome to Hell, Adulting is Hard and Faking It, these seven ten-minute plays are fun, lively and – short! Please make a donation to support the arts in our community.
Virtual Chamber Music Concert – Santa Rosa Symphony Youth Orchestra
See concert program. Donate now to keep the music alive.
One Stone [Einstein] at Cinnabar Theater
Enjoy this video recording of Cinnabar Theater’s 2017 world premiere of Trevor Allen’s memorable and engaging ONE STONE [EINSTEIN]. Asking its own big questions about curiosity, compassion and the cosmos, ONE STONE brings the life and mind of Albert Einstein to life with humor and warmth, encouraging the audience to think and feel big in this expansive universe we all call home. Thank you Eric Chazakin for sharing your videography! Support Cinnabar Theater.
Here’s your chance to see two fabulous local musicals online – for free! You can stream Main Stage West’s “Hope” (2016) and Sonoma Arts Live’s “Merman’s Apprentice” (2019) on North Bay Stage and Screen.