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Cliff Bradshaw, an American author working on a novel in pre-WWII Berlin, falls in love with the vivacious Sally Bowles, a singer at the local Kit Kat Klub. Their dream-like romance is tested by the political upheaval that changes their lives dramatically. Even after 50 years, this classic Tony Award-winning musical remains painfully prophetic, reminding us through Sally and the Emcee's lost souls what horrors humans are capable of, lest we ever forget.
Shelton Theater proudly hosts the premiere of 3 Egos and a Mormon, a raucous new perspective on performance, the art of acting and the inescapability of ego written and directed by award-winning actor, director and writer Will Marchetti. The story follows an egotistical theater director, two self-involved actors and a reformed Mormon as they work together crafting a folly-filled play. 3 Egos and a Mormon breaks the fourth wall, offering audiences a lively, outrageous evening of theater.
Steve Silver's Beach Blanket Babylon is the world's longest-running musical revue. Since 1974, this San Francisco institution has followed Snow White on a musical comedy quest around the world, where she runs into satirically portrayed pop culture and political celebrities, an impressive array of gigantic hats and one show-stopping musical number after another. Because the show is constantly updated with new costumes, hats and characters, it rewards repeat visits. Among the familiar faces you might see spoofed in Beach Blanket's latest incarnation: Lady Gaga, Barack and Michelle Obama, the cast of Glee, Kate Middleton and Adele. Even after nearly 40 years, Beach Blanket Babylon remains one of San Francisco's wildest evenings of live entertainment.
Starring three Bay Area favorites - Martha Brigham, Lauren English and Lauren Spencer - Just Theatre, in association with Custom Made Theatre Co, presents Cry it Out. The hit of the 2017 Humana Festival, Cry it Out is a hilarious, provocative, honest look at parenthood, class and the impossibility of "having it all."A comedy with dark edges, Cry it Out takes an honest look at the absurdities of being home with a baby, the power of female friendship, the dilemma of going back to work, and the effect class has on parenthood in America. Four months ago, Jessie was a corporate lawyer with a glamorous Manhattan life. Today, she's in dirty yoga pants, trying to comfort a screaming newborn and is desperate to talk to anyone besides the Food Network. So when she spies a fellow new mom and neighbor, Lina, at the local Stop & Shop, she vaults over the cantaloupe to introduce herself, and a fast friendship is born. But their intimacy is punctured by a new, upper-class mom who is having "a hard time," in their coffee klatch. Reluctantly, the duo tries to become a trio, but with very mixed-and surprising-results.
The Brothers Grimm hit the stage with an epic fairytale about wishes, family and the choices we make. James Lapine and Stephen Sondheim take everyone's favorite storybook characters and bring them together for a timeless, yet relevant, piece... and a rare modern classic. The Tony Award-winning book and score are both enchanting and touching. The story follows a Baker and his wife, who wish to have a child; Cinderella, who wishes to attend the King's Festival; and Jack, who wishes his cow would give milk. When the Baker and his wife learn that they cannot have a child because of a Witch's curse, the two set off on a journey to break the curse. Everyone's wish is granted, but the consequences of their actions return to haunt them later with disastrous results.
Meredith Wilson's six-time Tony Award-winning 1957 musical comedy follows smooth-talking traveling salesman, Harold Hill, who arrives in the tight-knit town of River City planning to con the townspeople, and whose plan is foiled when the stern and skeptical local librarian, Marian Paroo, doesn't buy his story. As Harold struggles to keep his plan in focus, he slowly falls not just for the librarian, but for the people of the town he had meant to swindle.