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August 25, 2019

Cinnabar opens 47th season with “Little Shop of Horrors”

Musical comedy in a flower shop introduces a bizarre plant and a strange, socially challenged clerk named Seymour.  Finding an unusual plant following a solar eclipse, he and his fellow workers see an opportunity to draw customers into their failing store by promoting this Venus Flytrap like plant.

 
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Spreckels’ “Eureka Day” opens 2019-2020 season

What could be more timely and appropriate than to open the Spreckels show season with a play about a charter school at a time when more and more Americans are opting for alternative education for their children and school has just begun?  “Eureka Day,” directed by Elizabeth Craven, makes its north bay premiere in the Bette Condiotti Experimental Theatre on Aug. 30.

Live Theater August 23 through September 1

Avalon Players

presents William Shakespeare’s “As You Like It” performed outdoors in the beautiful fountain courtyard at the historic Buena Vista Winery in Sonoma.  Patio and picnic seating.

Gates open each night at 6 p.m. and the...