Galatea

The world premiere of David Templeton's award-winning science-fiction mystery

Sept. 3 - 19, 2021

It's 2167, and high above the Earth orbits a vast transport where robot-spacialist Dr. Margaret Mailer conducts sessions with 71, a member of a synthetic support crew once assigned to the deep space research vessel, Galatea. A hundred years ago, the ship disappeared with more than a thousand human passengers on board. Now rescued from a ancient escape shuttle after years of floating in deep cryogenic sleep, 71 engages with Dr. Mailer in a series of therapy sessions and exercises designed to probe her memory and bring her "human" qualities up-to-date.

As she learns what it means to shake hands, make friends, tell jokes and laugh, it becomes clear that 71 is guarding more than a few secrets. Meanwhile, Mailer seeks the answers to a number of questions withvital, world-altering import including what, exactly, happened on the Galatea?

Considerations: Slow-moving images, some adult language, mild violence to robots


Thursday, Friday & Saturday 7:30pm
Sun. matinee at 2:00pm

All tickets are subject to a $2 facility fee

General $24
Senior (62+) $22
Student $20
Child (18-) $10

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Noises Off

By Michael Frayn

Oct. 8 - 24, 2021

Are you ready for a laugh? We are! Widely considerd one of the greatest comedies ever written. Noises Off is a fast-paced, farcical romp through the trials and tribulations of a beleagueded theater troupe touring a production of the equally raucous (and made-up) play "Nothing On". As the scene rotates from the disasters on stage to the antics back stage, you are treated to a display of comic timing that will leave you exhausted from laughter!

"The most dexterously realized comedy ever about putting on a conedy. A spectacularly funny, peerless backstage farce. This dizzy, well-known romp is festival of delirium." - The New York Times

Considerations: Mild sexual situations and innuendo


Thursday, Friday & Saturday 7:30pm
Sun. matinee at 2:00pm

All tickets are subject to a $2 facility fee

General $24
Senior (62+) $22
Student $20
Child (18-) $10

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The Wickhams: Christmas at Pemberley

Lauren Gunderson and Margot Melcon

Nov. 19 - Dec. 12, 2021

If you loved our 2019 sold-out production of "Miss Bennet, Christmas at Pemberly," you will delight in this funny, charming and moving sequel. Gunderson and Melcon once again bring Austen's beloved characters to the stage for a yuletide sequel to Pride and Prejudice. While Miss Bennnet depicted the newly wed Darcys' Christmas gathering on the ground floor of Pemberly, THE WICKHAMS takes audiences to the downstairs servants' quarters for that same celebration. Mrs. Reynolds, a no-nonsense housekeeper; Cassie, an eager new maid; and Brian a lovesick footman, are bustling with preparations for holiday guests. But their work is interrupted by the midnight arrival of the definitely not invited Mr. Wickham--Lydia's rogue of a husband and Mr. Darcy's sworn enemy. THE WICKHAMS is a charming holiday tale that explores the confines of class and the generosity of forgiveness. The Wickhams stands on its own, and you needn't have seen "Miss Bennet" to thoroughly enjoy the sequel.

"A lovely holiday concoction: melt in your mouth, with just a touch of spice." - TalkinBroadway.com."


Thursday, Friday & Saturday 7:30pm
Sun. matinee at 2:00pm

All tickets are subject to a $2 facility fee

General $24
Senior (62+) $22
Student $20
Child (18-) $10

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Matilda the Musical

Adapted by Dennis Kelly from Matilda, a novel by Roald Dahl. Music and lyrics by Tim Minchin

May 6 - 22, 2022

Little Matilda Wormwood has a fine mind, a fertile imagination and a secret power. Unfortunately, her gifts are unappreciated at home and punished at school. For as horrible as the Wormwood parents are, their little daughter Matilda must face someone even worse at school--the headmistress, Miss Trunchbull, and her terrifiying "Chokey." Will Matilda prevail over her oppressors, freeing her school, and beloved teacher Miss Honey, from the tyrannical Trunchbull? Matilda the Musical, based on the book by the master of off-kilter children's books, Roald Dahl, roared to life in 2012, winning seven Oliviers in London before crossing to Broadway and scoring five Tonys, including Best Book for a Musical. The New York Times called it "the most satisfying and subversive musical ever to come out of Britain."

Sonoma County Premiere

Considerations: While Matilda is a very popular children's story, it does have some stylized scary bits. And that Miss Trunchbull...well, she's really mean. Use caution bringing very young or sensitive children.


Thursday, Friday & Saturday 7:30pm
Sun. matinee at 2:00pm

All tickets are subject to a $2 facility fee

General $34
Senior (62+) $32
Student $28
Child (18 and under) $10

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