Wednesday, September 17, 2014

This North Coast Weekend

North Coast Repertory Theatre opens Paul Rudnick's comedy I Hate Hamlet with its actors benefit night on Thursday, September 18.  A successful TV actor must choose between playing Hamlet and starting a new TV show, while being visited by the ghost of legendary Shakespearian actor John Barrymore.  Directed by David Moore, it features Christian Litten, Evan Needham, Anders Carlson, Gloria Montgomery, Jennifer Trustem and Kristen Collins. Performances continue Friday and Saturday evenings through Oct. 11.  442-6278,

Also opening September 18 is Beneath the Soulskin at Dell’Arte-- a work-in-progress written and performed by Dell’Arte graduate Robin Shaw and her Australian company, directed by Michael Fields.“It’s about the breaking of familial ties to the past, standing at the precipice of choice and choosing to leap,” Shaw said. "It's quite a moving, devised piece," said director Fields. "It's a work in progress which means it has that edge to it."  Admission is pay what you can. The show runs one weekend: Sept. 18-20 at 8 p.m. in the Carlo Theatre. 668-5663,

Equivocation continues at Redwood Curtain Thursday through Saturday evenings, with a 2 p.m. matinee on Sunday.  Review and much more in posts below.

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