January Shows To See

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Maria Leigh and Sabrina De Mio in Custom Made Theatre Company’s Of Serpents and Seaspray

Of Serpents and Seaspray
Written by Rachel Bublitz
Directed by Ariel Craft
Performed by Maria Leigh, Sabrina De Mio, Laura Domingo, Maria Marquis, Andrew Calabrese, and Heren Patel
Produced by Custom Made Theatre Co.
Iro is an orphan on a quest to find Pegasus, and along the way learns the truth about her past.
Runs thru January 30th, Custom Made theatre (SF)
*Join the WWSF Meetup Group and see the show on Wednesday 1/20 at 7:30pm for only $15!

Mahalia Jackson: Just As I Am
Written by Sharon E. Scott
Directed by Sharon E. Scott
Performed by Sharon E. Scott, Tammy Hall, and John Shillington
Produced by Cinnabar Theater
The life and music of Mahalia Jackson told in a sensitive and powerful story.
Runs thru January 24th, Cinnabar Theater (Petaluma)

The Mountaintop
Written by Katori Hall
Directed by Ray Renati
Performed by Nathalie Bennett and Michael Rice
Produced by Pear Theatre
A witty, magical imagined last night in the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the hotel maid, Carnae.
Runs thru January 31st, Pear Theatre (Mountain View)

Tigers Be Still
Written by Kim Rosenstock
Directed by Virginia Drake
Performed by Melissa Weinstein, Akemi Okamura, Sean Okuniewicz, and Keith Marshall
Produced by City Lights Theater Company
In this comedy a woman returns home after receiving her degree, and stays in bed until a job arises.
Runs thru February 21st, City Lights Theater (SF)

Sagittarius Ponderosa
Written by MJ Kaufman
Directed by Ben Randle
Performed by Janis DeLucia, Michaela Greelay, SK Kerastas, Andy Collins, and Matthew Hannon
Produced by New Conservatory Theatre
Archer (still Angela to his family) returns home to eastern Oregon to care for his dying father
Runs thru February 28th, NCTC: Walker Theatre (SF)

Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind
Written by San Francisco Neo-Futurists
Performed by Jessie Alsop, Katharine Chin, Olivia Kingsley, Amy Langer, Margaret McCarthy, Adam Smith, Siyu Song, Ryan Patrick Welsh, and Steven Westdahl
Produced by San Francisco Neo-Futurists
An ongoing, ever-changing attempt to perform 30 plays in 60 minutes.
Runs thru March 12th, SAFEhouse for the Performing Arts (SF)

 

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