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When their radical parents are imprisoned for domestic terrorism, sisters 1, 2, and 3 are sent to live with different foster families. 1 loses herself in history, 2 dances, and 3 captures all of it—and more—on video. But will they be able to hold together when Mom is released from prison? 1 2 3 is a dark, funny drama about a rift between sisters and what it takes to grow up.
The triumphant love story between an Egyptian prince and a slave transcends warring nations and brings a country together.
Winner of four 2000 Tony Awards, Elton John and Tim Rice's Aida is an epic tale of love, loyalty and betrayal chronicling the love triangle between Aida, a Nubian princess stolen from her country, Amneris, an Egyptian princess, and Radames, the soldier they both love.
An enslaved Nubian princess, Aida, finds her heart entangled with Radames, an Egyptian soldier who is betrothed to the Pharaoh's daughter, Amneris. As their forbidden love blossoms, Aida is forced to weigh her heart against the responsibility she faces as leader of her people. Aida and Radames's love for one another becomes a shining example of true devotion that ultimately transcends the vast cultural differences between their warring nations, heralding a time of unprecedented peace and prosperity.
Verdi's 1871 opera comes to life in a lively modern pop version by Elton John and Tim Rice. Winner of four 2000 TONY Awards, Aida is an epic tale of love, loyalty and betrayal chronicling the love triangle between Aida, a Nubian princess stolen from her country, Amneris, an Egyptian princess, and Radames, the soldier they both love. Romantic and life-affirming, the show includes a wide variety of ethnic musical styles, with African, Middle Eastern, and Indian sounds. Songs have reggae, motown, and gospel influences, with the mega-hit "Written in the Stars" the most familiar song in the show. Great musical for the whole family.
Woodminster Summer Musicals are performed outdoors in historic Woodminster Amphitheater in beautiful Joaquin Miller Park. Come early and enjoy a picnic with your family, a walk in this hillside park, and the beautiful bay views. As the sun sets, take your seats in the amphitheater and enjoy an evening of music and magic under the stars.
Amélie captured our hearts in the five-time Academy Award-nominated film. Now she comes to the stage in an inventive and captivating new musical directed by Tony Award winner Pam McKinnon. Embark on a mesmerizing journey with inquisitive and charmingly shy Amélie as she turns the streets of Montmartre into a world of her own imagining, while secretly orchestrating moments of joy for those around her. After discovering a mysterious photo album and meeting a handsome stranger, she realizes that helping others is easier than concocting a romantic story of her own. After seeing the world through the magical and enchanted eyes of Amélie, you'll never look at life the same way again.
An estranged son, a father who's ill, a visiting uncle carrying their memories in tow, a woman without an appetite, and a refugee from a forgotten country—they all prove potent ingredients in this bittersweet and moving meditation on family, forgiveness, and the things that nourish us. When language fails, when the past fades, the perfect meal transcends time and culture and says more than words ever can. Julia Cho's plays have garnered critical praise from New York to Los Angeles. Now she pairs with Obie Award-winning director Liesl Tommy (Ruined and Party People) on the elegant, poignant, and lyrical Aubergine.
Celebrating over 15,000 performances and seen by nearly six million people from around the world, this internationally acclaimed musical revue continues to delight audiences at Club Fugazi in the City's North Beach district with its hilarious spoofs of pop culture, spectacular costumes and outrageously gigantic hats! Beach Blanket Babylon follows Snow White as she takes a fast-paced journey around the world in search of her "Prince Charming." Along the way she encounters a star-studded, ever-changing line-up of hilarious pop-culture characters, including Taylor Swift, Pharrell, Kim Kardashian, Vladimir Putin, Frozen, Iggy Azalea, Hillary & Bill Clinton, Beyoncé, Katy Perry, Governor Jerry Brown, Nicki Minaj, The Royal Family, Game of Thrones, Miley Cyrus, Orange is the New Black, President Barack & Michelle Obama, Oprah, Michael Jackson, Lady Gaga, Kim Jong-un & the World Champion San Francisco Giants.
Known as "The Bass of the Bay" Benn Bacot grew up in McComb MS and was raised on the gospel, soul and R&B sounds of the south. He is celebrating 15 years performing locally as a jazz and cabaret artist. Talking Broadway's Richard Connema calls Benn "one of San Francisco's "Hidden Treasures"
When Carol Peters began singing professionally 12 years ago, her friend Denise Perrier advised her, "Don't sing too many ballads and keep your original songs to a minimum." For years that is the way she entertained. But ballads that tell stories, always spoke to her. In 2014, she wrote, produced and performed her new show, Ballads for a Lifetime. The show was a hit, receiving great reviews. She welcomes the chance to share this intimate, expressive show where you listen to the standard ballads you love, some original tunes and the engaging stories that connect her to the music she loves.
Are you in need of a sultry Spanish night or a boheiman adventure? So brace yourself for a night when the well worn hardwood floors of Pachamama resonate with the pulsating sounds of footwork, song, castanets, syncopated hand clapping and guitar. If you have not seen this group, this is an opportunity to experience their high energy and passion for their art that defines a new dimension in Flamenco and Spanish dance traditions.Carolina and her daughter Carolé offer a special evening for a date night, family gathering, or get together with friends and co-workers.
Carolina Lugo and her daughter Carolé Acuña and their talented company of singers and musicians bring the sultry and sensuous flamenco dance to vibrant life. Their show combines the pulsating sounds of footwork, song, castanets, syncopated hand clapping and guitar for a riveting display of this true Spanish art form. This award-winning ensemble has been providing Bay Area audiences with passionate performances for 20 years, bringing artists from Spain and abroad to appear with them. Peña Pachamama is known for its Latin American, Bolivian and raw food tapas and other dishes, plus wine, beer and specialty cocktails for purchase.
"Flamenco star Carolé Acuña brings the soul of Spain to San Francisco" - Peter Fish, Sunset Magazine
"Lugo is a woman with complicated memories and sorrows… When she dances, she conveys depths of melancholy, devilishness or joy through the apt placement of her torso. The tilt of her ribs, for example, is just right to create that essential image of dignity,
The heartwarming tale of friendship between the adorable piglet Wilbur and his wise friend Charlotte the spider comes to life in a fresh new production. The Children's Literature Association named Charlotte's Web "the best American children's book of the past two hundred years," and Tony award nominee Joseph Robinette has written a play that captures this beloved story in a thrilling presentation.
Double your pleasure with this musical comedy that sports two scores, two plots, and if you're lucky ("Do you feel lucky, punk?" Oh wait, wrong plot.), you might even get two happy endings. Take a trip to the '40s when Film Noir ruled the silver screen, and delight as the tales of a struggling Hollywood writer and the filming of his latest noir oeuvre unspool. Where his leading character keeps speaking back to him and the femme fatales won't stay on the screen!
When football and dance collide, you get more than you bargained for. Start with four full quarters and a half-time show, complete with a dance company, a drum corps, and a fully-padded cast: what have you got? Grace and violence, victory and defeat. Is football a metaphor for life, or just the bread and circuses of our time? Colossal is an epic event that impossibly merges the worlds of football and dance, loss and recovery, and the toughest act of all: being yourself.
Married life and its alternatives are celebrated in Company, Sondheim's groundbreaking musical comedy set in Manhattan. As yet unable to make a commitment of his own, Robert supports his married friends and hears about the ups and downs of their relationships.
Deana Martin is an influential American singer, actor and performer and the very proud daughter of iconic entertainer, Dean Martin. As an internationally acclaimed entertainer, hit recording artist and an in-demand performer, playing to sold-out audiences worldwide, Deana Martin has become an instantly recognizable voice and figure in the pantheon of The Great American Songbook.
Amir Kapoor is living the American Dream—an upper East Side apartment, Italian suits, and the promise of becoming partner at the law firm. But when he and his wife Emily, an artist influenced by Islamic imagery, host a dinner party for their friends and colleagues, lies and deception threaten to shatter Amir's carefully constructed life of cultural assimilation. Playwright Ayad Akhtar won the 2013 Pulitzer Prize for this engrossing and combustible drama that probes the complexity of identity, the place of faith in today's world, and the hidden prejudices still alive in liberal society. Director Kimberly Senior comes to Berkeley Rep to stage the provocative play that she shepherded from Chicago to London to its triumphant run on Broadway.
Eddie and Rose: What happens when trouble meets tender? Three young marines are going to war. But before they go they've got one last night. One night to party and play, to tease and taunt. Eddie takes on a cruel bet with his buddies, and Rose is his victim. But she's more than he bargained for. What's Eddie going to do when Rose rewrites the rules and his last night turns into a lesson on the power of compassion?
A madcap retelling of the fantastical adventures of Cervantes' iconic dreamer, this new adaptation features seven actors playing a multitude of roles. Funny, touching and inspiring, this is a story to delight audiences of all ages.
On the day Eurydice is to marry her true love Orpheus, a misstep sends her to the surreal depths of the Underworld. There she has a surprising reunion and must decide whether to follow Orpheus back to the land of the living. This tenderhearted comedy/love story solidified Ms. Ruhl as one of the most important new voices in American theatre. "Rhapsodically beautiful - an inexpressibly moving theatrical fable about love, loss and the pleasures and pains of memory." - The New York Times
Sarah Ruhl and Les Waters return to Berkeley Rep! Adored by Bay Area audiences for Eurydice, In the Next Room (or the vibrator play), Three Sisters, and Dear Elizabeth, these celebrated collaborators bring us a tender new tale, For Peter Pan on her 70th birthday—a fanciful and moving look at growing up versus growing old within a family. In the wake of their father's death, five siblings are driven to reconnect with childhood dreams and confront the inevitability of the passage of time. This West Coast premiere reunites two preeminent artists in the American theatre for another transcendent production.
The wickedly festive annual Fringe Show – A Restoration comedy of intrigue, lust, and love set against sensational carnival!
Shelton Theater present's David Mamet's 1984 Pulitzer Prize-winning play, Glengarry Glen Ross, which follows the lives of four real estate salesman who viciously struggle for money, power, and the American dream.
Considered a masterpiece of poetic theatrical language, Glengarry Glen Ross is a cunning, chilling and comedic tale of the dark underbelly of the American dream. In Mamet's own words; "To me the play is about a society with only one bottom line; How much money you make."
Now considered an American classic, thirty years later Glengarry Glen Ross continues to inspire audiences worldwide as we witness men struggling and competing for survival in an economic system that is inherently violent.
Compared to Miller's Death of a Salesman (1949), Glengarry Glen Ross (1984) still resonates a cautionary morality tale about the behavior of desperate men in a capitalistic system. The play is immediately, funny, cold, vicious, and true.
All hands on deck and anchors aweigh as Lamplighters Music Theatre "sail the ocean blue" in Gilbert & Sullivan's first international blockbuster hit – one of the most treasured comic operas of all time. The story of a lowly sailor's love for his Captain's daughter, and their brave defiance of her arranged marriage to the buffoonish First Lord of the Admiralty touches the heart and tickles the funny bone. This fresh version of an enduring classic is a delight for the whole family. Don't miss the chance to enjoy some of Gilbert & Sullivan's best-loved songs, including When I was a lad, and Never mind the why and wherefore.
Join the party in our new Osher Studio on Center Street with a delightfully immersive, lovingly loopy, and fantastically eccentric 80-minute take—think banjos, beach balls, and guitars—on Gilbert and Sullivan's preposterous, topsy-turvy world. Frederic was mistakenly apprenticed as a young boy to a band of sentimental pirates. Now 21, he falls head-over-heels for the Major-General's daughter and forswears the buccaneer's life forever, or so he thinks. This buoyant, award-winning Pirates of Penzance by Chicago theatre rebels The Hypocrites is "spirited, affectionate, and nearly irresistible," says the Boston Globe.
Bay Area Native and recent Stanford University graduate and student athlete, Jack Mosbacher has been seen on local stages including the San Francisco Opera (La Boheme & Turandot), Beach Blanket Babylon, Broadway by the Bay (Guys & Dolls, Cabaret, Cats), Hillbarn Theatre (A Little Night Music) TheatreWorks (Sweeney Todd) and 42nd Street Moon (DuBarry Was a Lady).
It was the 42nd Street Moon Production starring Bruce Vilanch that forged a connection between this young actor and the veteran performer and comedy writer. Vilanch has written and directed Without a Song, Mosbacher's autobiographical tale of his path from the baseball diamond to the bright lights of New York.
Born in the San Francisco Bay Area, Jackie Ryan thrilling audiences across the globe with her powerful 3 ½ octave range and her magnetic stage presence - and amassing, along the way, an impressive array of records (three back-to-back #1 CDs on JazzWeek's nationwide chart) and glowing reviews.
Jackie started singing professionally when she was fifteen by joining a working band in High School. They toured around California on the weekends playing dance halls and parties. In that band she sang the soulful R&B music she loved. The songs of Aretha Franklin, Otis Redding, Sam Cooke, and Gladys Knight filled her repertoire.
Film actor and star of such box office juggernauts as The Fly, Jurassic Park; Jurassic Park:The Lost World and Independence Day Jeff Goldblum has another talent, acclaimed jazz pianist. Goldblum and a band of friends and compatible musicans call themselves the Mildred Snitzer Orchestra ( named after a family friend) and perform regularly at Los Angeles' Rockwell Table and Stage (the advice to play a weekly gig was given to him by Woody Allen). John Storie (guitar) James King (tenor saxophone) and Kenny Elliott (drums) make up the band.
The group opened the Fall 2014 season at New York's famed Cafe Carlyle and are now bringing their act to Feinstein's at the Nikko in San Francisco. Don't expect a staid musical recital. Goldblum's show is anything but that. The proceedings often feel extemporaneous and Goldblum himself appears before the show starts as his own opening act, interacting with the audience over movie trivia and true or false questions.
Jim and Pierce became friends when they were cast as the celebrity singing duo "Wallace and Davis" in the hit stage version of the classic film White Christmas made famous by Sammy Kaye and Bing Crosby. Ambler and Brandt's chemistry onstage was apparent enough that they knew they had to continue collaborating. Now having joined forces with veteran performer and pianist Billy Philadelphia as musical director, Ambler and Brandt are ready to make their cabaret debut with Two on the Boards in Feinstein's at the Nikko.
The sumptuously talented Leanne Borghesi returns to Feinstein's at the Nikko with her new solo show, Lush, for one performance only! Lush takes audiences on an intoxicating odyssey through lust, love and loss. Leanne mixes an elixir of lounge, Latin, jazz and Broadway, with a special tribute to Shirley Bassey. With Brandon Adams leading a hot four-piece band, Lush will make you thirst for more.
A wickedly hilarious 17th century farce – Adventure with young and dashing Dorante through non-stop laughs, deceptions, and exaggerations!
From iconoclastic playwright Caryl Churchill (Cloud Nine, Top Girls) comes Love and Information, an acclaimed new play that features 57 brief yet memorable scenes that make up a world where data inspires obsession, and FaceTime conversations and celebrity selfies threaten to replace human contact IRL. Premiering as the inaugural production at A.C.T.'s new Strand Theater—located in the heart of San Francisco's tech community—this sharp yet tender theatrical kaleidoscope plays out like a fragmented newsfeed of moments, examining "our civilization's lust for information, our inability to process it, and our loss of secrecy and privacy" (Gothamist.com). Churchill challenges audiences to consider the fateful, intimate dance between the virtual and the real, and the ways we filter data in the Information Age. In this provocative and fast-paced world of mysterious conversations, populated by 140 characters hungry for understanding, Churchill reminds us that no matter what the latest gadgets and hottest Internet memes are, the primary currency of choice will always be connection.
Shakespeare's wickedly…wicked Scottish play – Follow ambitious Macbeth and his power-hungry wife in the ultimate supernatural thriller, full of ghosts, witches, and of course, blood.
Tony and Obie Award-winning director Daniel Sullivan—dubbed the go-to guy for Shakespeare—helms a thrilling new production of the bard's murderous play about the lust for power and the fickleness of fate. Driven by an evil prophesy and his scheming wife, Macbeth kills the king and claims his crown, thus beginning a moral descent into a reign of terror. The New York Times has called Daniel Sullivan's Shakespeare in the Park productions "absolutely splendid" and rendered with "passion, expertise and uncommon intelligence."
Matilda is a little girl with astonishing wit, intelligence beyond her years. Unloved by her ghastly parents and bullied by her evil headmistress, Miss Trunchbull, she resorts to using her special gifts to get by, in the process impressing her kind schoolteacher, Miss Honey, with her curiosity and charm.
Over the course of her first term at school, Miss Honey and Matilda begin to have a profound effect on each other's lives, learning that destiny is in your hands!
Minnie Driver began her professional career as a singer and songwriter in a band signed to Island Records in the UK in the early '90s before embarking on a career as a successful actress. Driver was nominated for an Academy Award® for her role in "Good Will Hunting" and has appeared in numerous films including "Circle of Friends," "Grosse Point Blank," "Sleepers," "Take" opposite Jeremy Renner and "The Phantom of the Opera," for which she sang an original song written by Andrew Lloyd Webber. The song, entitled "Learn to be Lonely," was nominated for an Academy Award®. Driver was also nominated for an Emmy and Golden Globe Award for her work on the television series, "The Riches," opposite Eddie Izzard and Driver most recently starred in NBC's hit sitcom, "About a Boy."
In the midst of a terrible snowstorm, Mollie and Giles Ralston open Monkswell Manor, a remote guesthouse. While they struggle to manage their first day of business, a policeman arrives to investigate a grisly murder. Comedy and chaos ensue, and then – MURDER! Who did it? The mysterious Mr. Paravicini? The odd Miss Casewell? The nervous Christopher Wren? See if you can figure it out! When this mystery debuted in 1952, Christie hoped it would run at least eight months. Little did she know it would become the longest running show in history.
A wickedly witty battle-of-the-sexes comedy – Fall in love with Beatrice and Benedick, both sworn enemies of Cupid, when the men of Don Pedro's army collide with the women of Messina and passions ignite.
Playwright, actor, and educator Anna Deavere Smith garnered a 2012 National Humanities Medal from President Obama and a MacArthur Award for her incisive and astounding theatrical investigations – from racial tension with law enforcement (Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992) to the deficiencies in our health care system in Let Me Down Easy. Now she turns her attention to "the school-to-prison pipeline," which, by pushing children out of the classroom into the criminal justice system, has created a lost generation of youth from poor communities. In act one, Anna performs striking portraits culled from interviews she conducted with nearly 150 individuals in Northern California and elsewhere in the nation, affected by the pipeline's devastating policies – capturing the dynamics of a rapidly shifting social issue through her trademark performance technique. She will be joined by Bay Area favorite, jazz musician Marcus Shelby. Act two…involves you! Anna invites the audience to engage in dynamic conversations and be active agents of change. With the compelling and inspiring Notes From the Field: Doing Time in Education, Anna Deavere Smith believes that we all have the imagination, the wit, and the heart to make a difference.
In One Breath, Then Another: An Interactive Yoga Show, Amanda Erin Miller is on a fervent search for self-realization to avoid mirroring her father's self-destructive path, so she travels alone to an ashram in India to study yoga for a month. Guided by the relentlessly cheerful ashram guru, Purnima, Amanda reflects deeply on mortality and the workings of her mind, learning to let go and surrender to the present moment. By engaging the audience in chanting, breathing practices, meditation, and simple movements, she invites them to do the same.
A mainstay on television screens, Paul Adelstein is currently starring on Girlfriends Guid To Divorce for Bravo, heʼs also a writer/producer for the show. Paul recurred on season 3 and 4 of ABC's hit drama Scandal as ruthless campaign advisor Leo Bergen. His previous series regular roles include six seasons as Dr. Cooper Freedman on Shonda Rhimes' drama Private Practice, and two seasons as Secret Service Agent Paul Kellerman on Prison Break.
Hidden in the tunnels deep below the Paris Opera lies a mysterious deformed musical genius who stalks the halls and terrorizes the company. Face half covered by his famous mask , his only happiness comes from his tutoring of the beautiful, orphaned chorus girl Christine Daaé, with whom he has an enduring obsession. Unseen, he teaches the young soprano to sing 'The Music of the Night.' As her 'Angel of Music', Christine blossoms and steps out of the shadows onto centre stage.
When Christine becomes engaged to another man, the Phantom is driven mad with jealousy and will stop at nothing to possess her, even murder. And so begins a tantalizing tale of forbidden love and supernatural adventure so exciting that over 130 million people worldwide have been lost in the enchantment!
Poetics of Space is JGPG's latest venture into creating dance theater that offers limitless potential for providing each audience member with a unique, personal "human scale" experience. Poetics of Space—derived from the book "The Poetics of Space" by French philosopher Gaston Bachelard—will explore a series of intimate spaces within the installation, and allow the viewer a cinematic "close-up" experience of each space. Imagine moving through a performance where you can create your own adventure; where your decision of where to turn, to step, to look, and to listen will determine how the performance unfolds around you.
A scheming producer and his mousy accountant aim to produce the biggest flop on Broadway in Mel Brooks' laugh-out-loud spectacle.
Bialystock and Bloom! Those names should strike terror and hysteria in anyone familiar with Mel Brooks' classic cult comedy film. Now as a big Broadway musical, The Producers once again sets the standard for modern, outrageous, in-your-face humor. It is a truly "boffo" hit, winning a record twelve Tony Awards and wowing capacity crowds night after night.
The plot is simple: a down-on-his-luck Broadway producer and his mild-mannered accountant come up with a scheme to produce the most notorious flop in history thereby bilking their backers (all "little old ladies") out of millions of dollars. Only one thing goes awry: the show is a smash hit! The antics of Max Bialystock and Leo Bloom as they maneuver their way fecklessly through finding a show (the gloriously offensive Springtime For Hitler), hiring a director, raising the money and finally going to prison for their misdeeds is a lesson in broad comic construction. At the core of the insanely funny adventure is a poignant emotional journey of two very different men who become friends.
With a truly hysterical book co-written by Mel Brooks and Thomas Meehan (Annie) and music and lyrics by Mr. Brooks, The Producers skewers Broadway traditions and takes no prisoners as it proudly proclaims itself an "equal opportunity offender!"
Mel Brooks' classic cult comedy film is now a big Broadway musical, once again setting the standard for modern, outrageous, in-your-face humor. The plot is simple: a down-on-his-luck Broadway producer and his mild-mannered accountant come up with a scheme to produce the most notorious flop in history, thereby bilking their backers (all "little old ladies") out of millions of dollars. Only one thing goes awry: the gloriously offensive Springtime For Hitler is a smash hit! The Producers skewers Broadway traditions and takes no prisoners as it proudly proclaims itself an "equal opportunity offender!"
Woodminster Summer Musicals are performed outdoors in historic Woodminster Amphitheater in beautiful Joaquin Miller Park. Come early and enjoy a picnic, a walk in this hillside park, and the beautiful bay views. As the sun sets, take your seats in the amphitheater and enjoy an evening of music and magic under the stars.
A fact-based drama about the composer of The Four Seasons, Antonio Vivaldi, featuring live music.
London, 1833. No black man has ever starred on a British stage—not even as Othello—until tonight. Ira Aldridge, a young black American, breaks more than the color barrier as he battles the entrenched social and theatrical norms of his day, going on to become a living legend, lauded from the footlights of Stratford to the halls of Saint Petersburg.
The ultimate exploration of human ambition and the politics of power, Richard III is one of Shakespeare's greatest masterpieces.
Written in 1677, Aphra Behn's The Rover explores three traditional roles for women: nun, wife, or prostitute. The play was scandalous. Why? Because the three central female characters all strive for another role entirely: that of a lover. Set in Naples during the Carnival masquerade, The Rover is a comic romp with an edge. The men are in for a surprise when the women take charge of seduction.
Art imitates Life imitates Art. And the dance continues. Prepare yourself for a frothy farce mixing stage drama and backstage lives into an intoxicating delight. This semi-romantic comedy delivers the laughs, tripping lightly through a playground of desire and sexual fantasy. Is this kiss for real?
Beloved actress and singer Rosemary Clooney charmed America at the top of the charts for almost five decades. Her story comes alive on the Lesher stage in Tenderly, an inspiring new musical that follows her rise to Hollywood stardom, her struggles with life's unexpected challenges and the triumphant resurgence that made her a legend.
Shotgun Players 2015 Season is dedicated to all female playwrights. A season celebrating plays by women must include Churchill. Marlene is out to celebrate her big promotion at work. And she's earned it – a just reward for years of dedicated service at the Top Girls Employment Agency. If she's had to make sacrifices along the way, they've been worth it. Dancing through history, Churchill's timeless masterpiece Top Girls asks all the right questions about the struggle to "have it all."
Mary Zimmerman has mesmerized audiences with her exquisite adaptations of classic tales from the spellbinding Arabian Nights to the hypnotic White Snake. This spring the Tony Award-winning director takes us aboard the Hispaniola for a heart-pounding voyage filled with tales of swashbuckling gentlemen o' fortune, a malicious mutiny led by infamous Long John Silver, and a deadly quest for fabled buried booty. Caught in the middle is cabin boy Jim Hawkins, who must find uncommon courage as he faces a murderous plot and navigates the ambiguous tides of morality. Sail to Treasure Island with Mary Zimmerman for another visually tantalizing and exhilarating adventure.
You may know Vonda Shepard as a star of screen (TV's Ally McBeal) and stage - the recent New York revival of Randy Newman's Faust, starring Randy Newman, for which she garnered rave reviews:
She has sold over twelve million albums and has won two Golden Globes, two Emmy Awards and two Screen Actor's Guild awards, and is about to embark on a KickStarter campaign to fund her 14th album, to be released early summer, 2015.
Vonda has played keyboards and sung with Rickie Lee Jones, Al Jarreau and Jackson Browne, and while on Ally McBeal was the "behind the scenes" music producer, producing over 500 songs for the artists; Sting, Robert Downey Jr., Jon Bon Jovi, Al Green, Gladys Knight, Chubby Checker, Randy Newman, Barry Manilou, and many more.