Brandon Thomas' CHARLEY'S AUNT '66 has been given a new life (at Stanford!) thanks to Scott Munson and Craig Souza. Douglas Morrisson Theatre opens its doors to the intrigued starting February 9th! Production Photos Coming Soon!
The Last Christmas: A Comedy w/ Music and Fighting!
Adrian Deane & Joanna Kay are the PARIS-SITES! a.k.a. The Enforcers!
Enforcer: 1) a physically intimidating or willingly belligerent player who is counted on to retaliate when rough tactics are used by the opposing team 2) Adrian... Deane and Joanna Kay in The Last Christmas: A Holiday Action-Musicall - opens Thursday - tix avail @ http://bit.ly/2g1ZBy0 - use discount code "Facebook" for $10 off your ticket for opening weekend... or else!
From writer Daniel Heath and director Christy Crowley, the folks who brought you FORKING! and A Merry FORKING! Christmas, comes an all new holiday action-musical, The Last Christmas. When oil companies threaten to drill in the North Pole, Santa embarks on a mission to save his workshop and Christmas. Teaming up with an idealistic street musician, her ass-kicking sister, and Jesus, this unlikely quartet enters a battle of the bands with a grand prize big enough to buy Santa's workshop AND the North Pole. But with the oil companies tilting the scales, an evil contest host, and a young pop princess primed to win, can Santa and his rag tag crew rescue the holidays?
In light of the 2016 political climate, Theatre Bay Area decided to change things a bit for this year's awards show:
Chinaka Hodge and Reggie D. White hosted the Awards Celebration, directed by Rebecca Novick. The evening’s entertainment included select performances from Bay Area Children’s Theatre, Berkeley Playhouse, Lamplighter Music Theatre, and San Francisco Mime Troupe.
The evening also included a special performance from The Every 28 Hours Plays: a collection of one-minute plays inspired by the #BlackLivesMatter Movement, created and produced by Claudia Alick of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival (OSF), Dominic D’Andrea of The One-Minute Play Festival (1MPF), with participation of theater artists around the country; produced by FaultLine Theater in collaboration with A.C.T., Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Campo Santo, Crowded Fire Theater and Lorraine Hansberry Theatre.
Photographer: Adam Drakewolf at drakewolf.tv
"Through a Glass Eye," "The College Graduate" and "My Morning Dream"
Barry Eitel and Rose Oser reunite with Adrian Deane for Faultline Theater's "The Ice Cream Sandwich Incident."
Reviews and Features:
San Francisco Chronicle does a feature! -- http://www.sfchronicle.com/performance/article/FaultLine-mixes-outer-space-ice-cream-and-ballet-9132720.php
Somewhere SF waxes lyrical about ICSI -- http://www.somewheresf.com/2016/08/
Theatre Bay Area's Editors' Pick! -- http://www.theatrebayarea.org/news/news.asp?id=301847
Theatre Arts Daily's promotion -- https://theatreartsdaily.wordpress.com/2016/08/09/review-the-ice-cream-sandwich-incident-presented-by-faultline-theatre/
SF Gate has humor for Faultline ==http://www.sfgate.com/performance/article/FaultLine-mixes-outer-space-ice-cream-and-ballet-9132720.php?cmpid=fb-desktop
Willow Scotch of M.O. Artist Agency and Adrian Deane join forces to take Southern California's live theatre scene by storm!
Student short film by Sookyong Kwak takes over Pier 3 for two weeks, cast and crew compensated for frost bite from the San Francisco high winds in Winter.
Adrian Deane is Juliet as one of the formidable Women in Shakespeare in Skylar Cooper's acclaimed short film HERO MARS.