Thursday, February 16, 2012

This North Coast Weekend

Redwood Curtain opens its new season with The Language Archive by Julia Cho. Directed by James Floss, it features Lynne and Bob Wells, Terry Desch, Christina Jioras, Pamela Lyall, Jerry Nusbaum and Craig Benson. Previews are Thursday and Friday, February 16 and 17, with opening night on Saturday, all beginning at 8 p.m.

Jeff DeMark reprises his Went to Lunch, Never Returned at Missing Link Records on Friday, Feb. 17 at 8 p.m.

Dell'Arte School second years present The Crocodile, adapted from an unfinished short story by Dostoyevsky. It depicts the "grotesque and darkly comic predicament" of a Russian bureaucrat whose life is changed forever by being suddenly swallowed alive...maybe.  It's onstage at the Carlo Theatre Saturday and Sunday only at 8 p.m.  Pay-what-you-will, reservations:707-668-5663 ext 5 for box office and ext 20 for the reservation line.

I review Ferndale Rep's ongoing production of Look Back In Anger in the Journal.  It's one of those productions you'll remember seeing, especially for the ensemble acting.  In a few days I hope to post an expanded and illustrated version of the review here.

This is the final weekend for Laughter on the 23rd Floor at North Coast Rep. Audiences have reportedly really been enjoying it, so this is your last chance.

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