Spring is here – and so is the theater!


As spring rolls around in Sonoma County, there’s a plethora of live theaters to choose from this month. Whether you’re looking for comedy, drama, music or just a fun night out, there’s something for everyone as theater companies happily open their doors to the public. Don’t miss a treat – or two! Here are some of the shows playing in April at a theater near you.

Left Edge Theater’s “Native Gardens” is a lighthearted, smart comedy about what it takes to make good neighbors and how petty conflicts can quickly escalate if we don’t learn to live with each other – and laugh at ourselves. (Full disclosure, I am directing this production).

April 2-17, Santa Rosa, details at https://www.leftedgetheatre.com/

Edward Albee’s Pulitzer-winning play “Three Tall Women”opening at the Cinnabar Theatre, is a dark, funny and thought-provoking drama that examines the aging process through the eyes of a woman at three different stages of her life.

April 8-24, Petaluma, details at https://cinnabartheater.org/

“One Flea Spare”, presented by Main Stage West, is the unusual story of a wealthy aristocrat and his wife living in 17th-century London during a time of bubonic plague. This provocative piece with adult themes tackles issues of survival, class and fear that sadly still resonate in today’s world.

April 8-30, Sevastopol, details at https://www.mainstagewest.com/

The popular “how and why” an entertaining play about science, family, women’s roles and the survival of the fittest debuts this month from Lucky Penny Productions.

April 8-24, Napa, details at https://luckypennynapa.com/

Cloverdale Performing Arts stages “Parallel Lives”, a comedy in which two actresses play several characters in vastly different scenarios, all grappling with the common rituals of modern life and in a universal quest to find parity and love.

April 9-17, Cloverdale, details at https://www.cloverdaleperformingarts.com/

Santa Rosa Junior College presents “The Wedding Singer”, a lighthearted musical romantic comedy based on the Adam Sandler film that will appeal to all members of the family.

April 22 – May 8, Santa Rosa, details at https://theatrearts.santarosa.edu/

Don’t miss my next reviews, listed here

https://www.sonomacountygazette.com/sonoma-county-columns/theater-performing-arts/

always run

“Moon Over Buffalo”: Curtain Call Theatre, Russian River until 9 April. Details at: https://www.russianriverhall.com/

“Almost Maine”: Spreckels Theatre, Rohnert Park until 10 April. Details at: https://app.arts-people.com/

“Hank Williams, Lost Highway”: 6th Street Playhouse, Santa Rosa until April 24. Details at: https://6thstreetplayhouse.com

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