Category Archives: Kite’s Book

Don’t Miss Kite’s Book – Final Weekend!!

It isn't often that such a well-crafted, thought-provoking new work like Kite's Book: Tales of An 18th Century Hitman is fully produced in a Sonoma County venue.  Set in London in the 1750's, Kite's Book  is a sword-slinging, maiden-saving jolly
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Interview with Kite’s Book Costume Designer, Tracy Sigrist

Peek into the 6th Street Playhouse dressing room where Bridget Palmer interviews Tracy Sigrist about her eye-catching period designs for Kite's Book: Tales of an 18th Century Hitman.  This hilarious and thought-provoking new show plays for three mor
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The Fascinating Origins of Kite’s Book: Tales of an 18th Century Hitman

Kite's Book: Tales of an 18th Century Hitman by playwright Robert Caisley was actually inspired as Caisley watched the televised coverage of the OJ Simpson trial.   The public fascination with the events and the emotional response to the verdic
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Kite’s Book Sword Fights – The Thrill of Real Danger

For his next ambitious project, 6th Street Playhouse Artistic Director Craig A. Miller is staging the West Coast premiere of Kite's Book: Tales of an 18th Century Hitman, written by Robert Caisley. Miller has brought back the talented Marty Pistone t
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