Hamlet

By William Shakespeare

Ghosts. Castles. Swordfights. Murder. Poison. Love. Betrayal. Madness...and some of the most famous lines ever written. As entertaining today as it was 400 years ago, William Shakespeare's timeless tragedy– in a powerful,eye-popping production marking Spreckels’ first-ever mounting of Shakespeare – will once again prove Hamlet to be one of the greatest works of drama in the English language. With acclaimed Bay Area actor Keith Baker in the title role, this expansive, yet heartbreakingly intimate production shines a light on Hamlet’s age-old question of life, loss, and struggle … to be or not to be?

Directed by Sheri Lee Miller
Original Soundscape by Nancy Hayashibara

Feb. 1, 2, 8, 9, 14,15 and 16 at 8:00pm
Feb. 3, 10, 17 at 2:00pm

General $26
Seniors (62+) $24
Student $22
Child (12 and under) $16

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Guys & Dolls Jr.

February 22, 23, 24 March 1, 3, 2019

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St. Patrick's Day in Ireland

March 16, 2019

Presented By: Kerry Irish Poductions Inc.

There’s no better way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day than with “a great celebration of Ireland and its rich culture!” (Irish News and Entertainment). Featuring principal dancer Connor Reider, (The Chieftains; Celtic Fyre, Celtic Wings, An Irish Christmas), and four multi-instrumentalists from the Kerry Traditional Band: Ryan McKasson, Colin Cotter, Christa Burch and  Preston Howard-Wilde, on fiddles, uileann pipes, bodhrán, guitar, vocals and flutes, all sharing their passion for the traditional music of Ireland and transporting you to the Emerald Isle for a rollicking night celebrating St. Patrick’s Day! You’ll leave the theatre with a jig in your step! Irish to the core….not to be missed! A Great Irish Night! (Irish News and Entertainment).

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Barbecue Apocalypse

By Matt Lyle 

Three couples gather on the back deck of a modest suburban home for a midsummer barbecue where the hosts, Mike and Deb, struggle with feelings of inadequacy about their decor, their clothes, their careers, their culinary skills, and pretty much everything else. The superficial, neuroses-laden squabbles abound until the group discovers the rest of the world has been falling apart…. literally...during their barbecue. For these complacent suburbanites, the end is just the beginning.

"A good comedy makes you laugh, a really good one makes you think. Barbeque Apocalypse is a really good one”—Dallas Morning News.

“Lyle has carved out a unique niche, midway between Eugene O’Neill and Eugene Levy”—Dallas Voice.

Directed by Larry Williams

Mar. 29, 30 and Apr. 5, 6, 11, 12, 13, 18, 19,20 at 8:00pm
Mar. 31 and Apr. 7 and 14 at 2:00pm

General $26
Seniors (62+) $24
Student $22
Child (12 and under) $16

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Rogers and Hammerstein's

Cinderella

Book and Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein
Music by Richard Rodgers
Additional material by Douglas Carter Beane

The first known instance of a “Cinderella story” appeared more than 2,000 years ago in 7 B.C. What makes this a story for the ages? It is a tale that celebrates everything we love and value: hard work, modesty, generosity, bravery, kindness and last, but certainly not least, the firm belief that something better...

something wonderful…

something impossible

is possible for us all.

This is the new, updated version of the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic in which Cinderella and Prince Topher meet as intellectual, if not social, equals. There are new songs, new subplots, new characters. But all the original favorites are still there: Impossible, Ten Minutes Ago, Stepsister’s Lament, A Lovely Night...and more!

Directed by Sheri Lee Miller
Music Direction by Paul Smith

May 10, 11, 17, 18, 23, 24 and 25 at 7:00pm
May 12, 18, 19 and 26 at 1:00pm

General $36
Senior (62+) $34
Student $30
Child (12 and under) $18

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