Category Archives: Shows

Don’t Miss Out! Last Improv Show this Season! June 18th at 8 PM

June 18th at 8 PM in the Studio Theatre, 6th Street Improv will be presenting their Vacation Getaway Show.  It's the last chance to catch one of their shows this season.  Former Press Democrat columnist Susan Schwartz said of the troupe: "Darin
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Great Comedy This Weekend!! 2 for 1 Ticket Deal!

Our production of Comedy Tonight, an evening of famous American one acts, keeps getting wonderful reviews.  This weekend is your final chance to see the show.  If you act fast, by calling the Box Office between 1-4 today, or 11-2 on Saturday, y
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Subscription Renewal Deadline April 30!

Kindly renew your subscription by April 30, if you wish to reserve the same seats to see our new 2011-2012 "Curtain Up!" season.  Call the Box Office at 523-4185 or click here to send an email.  Subscription information for new subscribers will be
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The Reviewers Love Cabaret!

Cabaret has been performed many, many times, but when director David Lear takes on a project, you know he will search for a way to make it evocative and deep. Lear's Cabaret has received attention from many local critics.  Here are a few of their c
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Improv Video #2 – Why Improv?

Here's another short video made by the Sonoma Arts Council. In it 6th Street Improv Producer Bridget Palmer talks about the origins of 6th Street Improv and what makes the improv art form especially exciting.
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Report from First Theatresports™ Evening: 6th Street Improv vs. WBCD

Bridget Palmer, here, Producer of 6th Street Improv reporting on what it was like to attend the first weekend of our Theatresports™ Invitational.  Lots of laughter, physicality, and some amazing creativity!  Some of my favorite moments on the fir
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The Ticking Clock Rocks!

A Response from audience member Bridget Palmer I really wasn't sure what to expect when I went to see The Ticking Clock tonight at the 6th Street Playhouse.  I knew it had a lot of monologues that came from true stories.  I was afraid that it mi
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How I Found My Stride

By Mary Praetzellis, Associate Director Anthropological Studies Center I remember my mother reading the five of us books about Egyptian archaeology. I never had a career path. Unlike most youngsters, I never wanted to be an archaeologist. My jou
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Chasing Down Passion by Linda Reid

By Linda Loveland Reid Director of The Ticking Clock Project at 6th Street Playhouse Born in Hollywood, then to rainy but lush Crescent City where father was a fisherman, and finally family settled in Healdsburg where I picked lots of prunes a
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