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As You Like It
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Rice Majors

January 21 - February 19

Rosalind escapes the strict confines of the court to the unrestrained forest of Arden. There, she finds more than just refuge – and when “All the World’s a Stage,” anything can happen. You’ll love this fresh take on one of Shakespeare’s most beloved comedies, set in San Francisco during the Summer of Love, with original music written by director Rice Majors.

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All in the Timing
by David Ives
Directed by Suzan Lorraine

February 25 - March 6

Winner of the John Gassner Playwriting Award, this critically acclaimed, award-winning evening of comedies combines wit, intellect, satire and just plain fun. Like sketches for some hilarious, celestially conceived revue. The writing is not only very funny, it has density of thought and precision of poetry! David Ives spins hilarity out of words. For two weekends only!

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Rocket Man
By Steven Dietz
Directed by Jacquie Duckworth

March 25 - April 23

Rocket Man is a serious comedy about the road not taken. Donny Rowan has placed everything he owns on his front lawn, along with a sign that reads: “Here’s my life. Make an offer.” He has cut a skylight into his attic and placed his E-Z Boy recliner underneath—where he can sit, staring at the stars. Somewhere in the universe, Donny believes, is a place where all the roads we never chose converge. Rocket Man explores one man’s obsessive desire to find this “parallel world” —and the profound effect of his decision on his family and friends.

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Sordid Lives
By Del Shores
Directed by Carl Smith

June 3 - July 2

Hilarity ensues as two chaotic days unfold following the death of Peggy, a respectable Christian grandmother who died in a seedy motel room after tripping over the wooden legs of her lover. And yep. He’s married to Peggy’s sister’s neighbor who lives in the trailer out back. These two days shake loose many skeletons from the closet (ahem) as this unique menagerie of family and friends wallows in riotous feuds, resentments, remorses, and reconciliations. (Leave the kids at home for this one.)

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Compared to What?
By Oakland playwright Judith Offer
Directed by Norman Gee

August 26 - September 24

Set in West Oakland in 1926, this rich historically-accurate play tells the story of two Pullman Porters stopping over for rest at Mary Heany’s boarding house. They are caught between the need to form a union and the danger of belonging to one. Young Willie is curious to become a porter. Success, hopes, and dreams are only measured as such when compared to what?

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Amélie, the Musical
By Craig Lucas, Nathan Tysen, Daniel Messé, Jean Pierre Jeunet, Guillaume Laurant
Directed by Enrico Banson

November 11 - December 4

Amélie is an extraordinary young woman who lives quietly in the world but loudly in her mind. She covertly improvises small but surprising acts of kindness that bring joy and mayhem. But when a chance at love comes her way, Amélie realizes that to find happiness she’ll have to risk everything and say what’s in her heart. Be inspired by this imaginative dreamer who finds her voice, discovers the power of connection, and sees possibility around every corner.

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