If you want to add some real drama to your life, consider live theater.
From comedy to classics, family-friendly affairs to world debuts focusing on serious subjects, these three theaters fit the bill. Read on to find out about what’s planned for this month.
Throckmorton Theatre Bay Area performers take the stage every Wednesday for the intimate noon concert series, while Thursday evenings bring Mort Sahl, the longest actively performing American social satirist, whose career spans 60 years and 11 presidents.
Marin Theatre Company Swimmers takes a look at the relationships we have and don’t have, with our co-workers. This is a world-premiere show from award-winning up-and-coming playwright Rachel Bonds (pictured). On a lighter note, The Little Mermaid runs until March 6.
Novato Theater Company 4000 Miles is a play about loss, healing and how we operate in today’s world, written by Amy Herzog and directed by Norman Hall. Twenty-one-year-old Leo and his 91-year-old grandmother are unlikely roommates who fight, learn and connect.