KILLER JOE | 2006 Howard Swain, Ryan Montgomery
KILLER JOE | 2006 Howard Swain, Ryan Montgomery | Photo by Ed Smith

Production History 2000s

Season 2009-2010

  1. My Name is Asher Lev | West Coast Premiere

    September 10 - October 11

    By Aaron Posner, adapted from the novel by Chaim Potok; directed by Hal Brooks

  2. boom | Bay Area Premiere

    November 12 - December 6

    By Peter Sinn Nachtrieb; directed by Ryan Rilette

  3. Sunlight | National New Play Network World Premiere Winner of 2009 Sky Cooper New American Play Prize

    January 21 - February 14

    By Sharr White; directed by Jasson Minadakis

  4. Equivocation | Bay Area Premiere

    March 25 - May 2

    By Bill Cain; directed by Jasson Minadakis

  5. Woody Guthrie's American Song

    May 27 - June 27

    Conceived and adapted by Peter Glazer, songs and writings by Woody Guthrie, orchestrations and vocal arrangements by Jeff Waxman; directed by Peter Glazer

Season 2008-2009

  1. Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune

    September 11 - October 5

    By Terrence McNally; directed by Jasson Minadakis

  2. The Seafarer | Bay Area Premiere

    November 13 - December 14

    By Conor McPherson; directed by Jasson Minadakis

  3. My Children! My Africa!

    January 15 - February 15

    By Athol Fugard; directed by Josh Costello

  4. Lydia | West Coast Premiere

    March 19 - April 12

    By Octavio Solis; directed by Jasson Minadakis

  5. Magic Forest Farm | World Premiere Winner of 2008 Sky Cooper New American Play Prize

    April 22 - May 17

    By Zayd Dohrn; directed by Ryan Rilette

  6. What the Butler Saw

    June 4 - July 5

    By Joe Orton; directed by Amy Glazer

Season 2007-2008

  1. Love Song | West Coast Premiere

    September 6 - September 30

    By John Kolvenbach; directed by Jasson Minadakis

  2. Found Objects Workshop production

    October 10 - October 28

    By Kenn Robin; directed by Robin Stanton

  3. Lovers & Executioners | Bay Area Premiere

    November 15 - December 16

    By John Strand; directed by Josh Costello

  4. said Saïd | West Coast Premiere

    January 31 - February 24

    By Kenneth Lin; directed by Jasson Minadakis

  5. A Street Car Named Desire

    March 27 - April 20

    By Tennessee Williams; directed by Jasson Minadakis

  6. Love Person | National New Play Network World Premiere

    April 23 - May 18

    By Aditi Brennan Kapil; directed by Gia Forakis

  7. Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris

    May 22 - June 22

    Conception, English lyrics and additional material by Eric Blau and Mort Shuman; music and original lyrics and commentary by Jacques Brel; additional arrangements by Eric Svejar; directed by Kent Nicholson

Season 2006-2007

  1. Orson’s Shadow | Bay Area Premiere

    September 7 - October 8

    By Austin Pendleton, conceived by Judith Auberjonois; directed by Lee Sankowich

  2. Tartuffe – An Adaptation

    November 9 - December 17

    By Molière; adapted and directed by Giulio Cesare Perrone | Co-produced with Dell’Arte Company

  3. Frozen | Bay Area Premiere

    January 11 - February 11

    By Bryony Lavery; directed by Amy Glazer

  4. The Good German | West Coast Premiere

    March 15 - April 15

    By David Wiltse; directed by Kent Nicholson

  5. The Subject Tonight is Love | West Coast Premiere

    May 10 - June 10

    By Sandra Deer; directed by Jasson Minadakis

Season 2005-2006

  1. River’s End | World Premiere

    September 8 - October 9

    Book and lyrics by Cheryl Coons, music by Chuck Larkin; directed by Lee Sankowich

  2. Splittin’ the Raft | World Premiere

    November 10 - December 11

    By Scott Kaiser; directed by Danny Scheie

  3. Killer Joe

    January 12 - February 12

    By Tracy Letts; directed by Lee Sankowich

  4. Old Wicked Songs

    March 16 - April 16

    By Jon Marans; directed by Barbara Damashek

  5. Displaced | World Premiere

    May 11 - June 11

    By Rogelio Martinez; directed by Amy Glazer

Season 2004-2005

  1. Beggar’s Holiday | World Premiere

    September 10 - October 10

    Adapted by Dale Wasserman, music by Duke Ellington, original lyrics by John Latouche; directed by Lee Sankowich | Co-produced by Allegro Theatre Company

  2. Life X 3

    November 11 - December 12

    By Yasmina Reza, translated by Christopher Hampton; directed by Amy Glazer

  3. Fortune | World Premiere

    January 13 - February 13

    By Deborah Zoe Laufer; directed by Lee Sankowich

  4. Bus Stop

    March 17 - April 17

    By William Inge; directed by Michael Butler

  5. Charlie Cox Runs with Scissors | West Coast Premiere

    May 19 - June 19

    By Michael McKeever; directed by Lee Sankowich

Season 2003-2004

  1. Me and My Girl

    September 4 - October 5

    Book and music by L. Arthur Rose and Douglas Furber; music by Noel Gay; directed by Lee Sankowich | Co-produced by Allegro Theatre Company

  2. The Pavilion

    November 6 - December 7

    By Craig Wright; directed by Danny Scheie | Co-produced by Center REPertory Company

  3. The Last Schwartz | West Coast Premiere

    January 8 - February 15

    By Deborah Zoe Laufer; directed by Lee Sankowich

  4. My Old Lady

    March 11 - April 11

    By Israel Horovitz; directed by Amy Glazer

  5. Communicating Doors

    May 13 - June 13

    By Alan Ayckbourn; directed by Lee Sankowich

Season 2002-2003

  1. The Music Lesson

    September 5 - October 6

    By Tammy Ryan; directed by Amy Glazer

  2. Wonderful Town

    November 7 - December 15

    Book by Joseph Fields and Jerome Chodorov, music by Leonard Bernstein, lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green; directed by Lee Sankowich | Co-produced by Allegro Theatre Company

  3. Fugitive Kind | Professional World Premiere

    January 9 - February 9

    By Tennessee Williams; directed by Lee Sankowich

  4. Syncopation | West Coast Premiere

    March 13 - April 13

    By Allan Knee; directed by Eleanor Reissa

  5. Communicating Doors

    May 8 - June 8

    By Martin Duberman; directed by Lee Sankowich

Season 2001-2002

  1. Misalliance

    September 6 - September 30

    By George Bernard Shaw; directed by Amy Glazer

  2. Moving Bodies | World Premiere

    September 27 - October 21

    By Arthur Giron; directed by Lee Sankowich | MTC "2nd Stage" Production

  3. Lady in the Dark

    November 8 - December 9

    Book by Moss Hart, music by Kurt Weill, lyrics by Ira Gershwin; directed by Lee Sankowich| Co-produced by Allegro Theatre Company

  4. Sockdology | West Coast Premiere

    January 17 - February 10

    By Jeffrey Hatcher; directed by David Dower

  5. The Hairy Ape

    March 14 - April 7

    By Eugene O’Neill; directed by Lee Sankowich

  6. Two for the Seesaw

    May 16 - June 9

    By William Gibson, directed by Domenique Lozano

Season 2000-2001

  1. As Thousands Cheer

    September 7 - October 1

    Sketches by Moss Hart, music and lyrics by Irving Berlin; directed by Danny Scheie | Co-produced by Allegro Theatre Company

  2. Morning’s at Seven

    November 2 - November 26

    By Paul Osborn; directed by Lee Sankowich

  3. Indiscretions

    January 11 - February 4

    By Jean Cocteau, translated by Jeremy Sams; directed by Amy Glazer

  4. Who Loves You, Jimmy Orrio? | World Premiere

    February 1 - February 25

    By Cheryldee Huddleston; directed by Barbara Bosch | MTC "2nd Stage" Production

  5. The Crucible

    March 8 - April 1

    By Arthur Miller; directed by Lee Sankowich

  6. Sacco & Vanzetti: A Vaudeville

    May 3 - May 27

    By Louis Lippa; directed by Dan Chumley

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