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Before it became the feature film starring Anna Kendrick and Jeremy Jordan, The Last Five Years was a stirring stage musical that was hailed as one of the 10 best shows of 2001 by Time magazine. Told through inventive and heartrending songs, The Last Five Years is a two-person show that navigates the ins and outs and ups and downs of a marriage. Written by Tony Award-winning composer Jason Robert Brown (Parade), this Drama Desk Award winner is the story of a couple's five-year relationship, from the thrilling pangs of new love to their painful final separation. There is, however, a twist: The man relives the relationship from beginning to end, while the woman relates their story in reverse. The two characters' emotional timelines converge only once -- at their wedding in the middle of the show. This love story mystery musical is now at San Francisco's PianoFight.
In the middle of a howling snowstorm, a bus out of Kansas City is forced to stop at a cheerful roadside diner for the night. By morning, the mismatched group of passengers have all learned something about life, loneliness and love from each other. Rife with sexual tension and humor, Bus Stop was nominated for four Tony Awards during its original run for its very funny, very human, and uncompromisingly true story. Recommended for teenage audiences and older.
When Luke and Jess decide to relocate their family from the Midwest so that their 8 year-old transgender child can safely live as a girl, they pray it will give their family a fresh start. After settling into their new home, however, an unfortunate accident leads to Luke admitting the real reason behind their move, proving that change is truly the only constant in life. A timely and tender new drama, Everything That's Beautiful sees its world premiere on the stage of San Francisco's New Conservatory Theatre Center.
Sandy and Danny both believe their summer fling is over -- and then Sandy unexpectedly enrolls at Rydell High, where Danny's the leader of the pack. But when good girl Sandy attempts to rekindle their sweet romance, it threatens to ruin greaser Danny's stud reputation. The hit 1978 movie starring John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John quickly became a musical phenomenon with catchy sing-along tunes like "Summer Nights," "You're the One That I Want," "We Go Together" and "Greased Lightning," and this stage version, packed with high-energy choreography, remains a perennial favorite. Join the Pink Ladies, the T-Birds and the rest of the gang at the Lesher Center for the Arts - Hofmann Theater in Walnut Creek, and discover why Grease is most definitely the word.
Staged inside a vast cube suspended over the stage at San Francisco's Geary Theater, Needles and Opium follows jazz legend Miles Davis on his 1949 travels to Europe, where he discovers the pleasures of Paris, unlocks his creativity and finds his heroine in Juliette Gréco. At the same time, French filmmaker Jean Cocteau embarks on his own opium-fueled journey of discovery to New York. Visionary director Robert Lepage's production frames interlocking scenes of two very different journeys into one. The story then reveals thrilling and heartbreaking insights into the artistic minds of two masters. Lepage's hyper-theatrical work fuses his signature stagecraft and refined visual storytelling into a single unforgettable experience.
If you're going to turn a Pulitzer Prize-winning Eugene O'Neill play into a Broadway musical, you better have some serious talent involved. Luckily for the producers -- and audience -- of New Girl in Town, the powerhouse team of George Abbott (Damn Yankees) and Bob Merrill (Funny Girl) was the force bringing O'Neill's Anna Christie to the stage. Set in turn-of-the-20th century New York, this Tony-winning musical centers on Anna, a woman with a checkered past who returns home to join her father, Old Chris Christopherson, the captain of a coal barge. On a foggy July 4th night, a sailor is pulled from the dark waters of the Atlantic. As the fog clears, Anna and Matt Burke's eyes meet and their lives are changed forever. Now, 42nd Street Moon brings New Girl in Town to The Eureka Theatre in San Francisco.
Written by the guys behind Wet Hot American Summer and The State, this ridiculous comedy follows a noble sheriff as he tries to rid his town of a crime lord. Teaneck, New Jersey is run by Tad Theaterman, and although the townsfolk fear his heavy hand, they love the money that his brothels bring to the local economy. When a new sheriff tries to put an end to the corrupt boss, a showdown brings out all of the town's bizarre characters. SEX a.k.a. Wieners and Boobs was written by Joe Lo Truglio, Michael Showalter and David Wain, and features musical numbers, interpretive dance, audience interaction, fight choreography... and wieners and boobs. Catch this absurd comedy at PianoFight in San Francisco.
"Hound Dog," "Stand by Me," "Love Potion #9" -- the list of rock 'n' roll classics penned by the songwriting duo of Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller is jam-packed with legendary hits. A high-energy celebration of this chart-topping body of work from "the Rodgers and Hammerstein of rock 'n' roll," Smokey Joe's Café is built around a series of comic and romantic vignettes set in the 1950s, and boasts nearly 40 landmark tunes, like "Yakety Yak," "Jailhouse Rock," "Spanish Harlem," "On Broadway," "Kansas City" and "Fools Fall in Love." This all-singing, all-dancing spectacular holds the record for the longest-running musical revue ever on Broadway, and the show's music won the 1996 Grammy Award for Best Musical Show Album. Don't miss Smokey Joe's Cafe when it hits the Town Hall Theatre in Lafayette, who will host special pre-show sing-a-longs, talk backs with the cast and crew and an opening night wine tasting. Rated PG for some suggestive material.
An affectionate and hilarious look back at the golden age of vaudeville, Neil Simon's The Sunshine Boys has been a crowd-pleaser since it premiered on Broadway in 1972. The comedy centers around Lewis and Clark, two longtime entertainment partners whose career and friendship came to a sudden and acrimonious end over a decade ago. Now Clark's nephew convinces the former duo to resurrect their most famous routine for a TV special on the history of comedy, and hijinks ensue as the cantankerous coots try to work together despite their feud. See this Neil Simon favorite from the Pacifica Spindrift Players.
Without Mercy makes its world premiere at San Francisco's Phoenix Theatre in this production by Off Broadway West Theatre Company. Joanna is devastated when she learns that her daughter Mercy, who went missing six years ago, was murdered by a criminal who's currently in prison. After a stint in alcohol rehab, Joanna returns home to find that her surviving daughter, Bethany, has hired a legal advocate to help the killer get a plea bargain and escape the death penalty. Joanna and Bethany clash over this act of mercy, dredging up long-held resentments and grudges in the process, all while the advocate, Sam, attempts to appear neutral. But all is not as it seems, and the truth comes to light as the past collides with the present.