by Steve Lyons
directed by Ray Tatar
Dingo, a regular ol' guy from Oroville, gets accepted to UC Santa Cruz where he becomes a Women's Studies major so he can pursue his hobby of chasing around girls. To fund his womanizing, he gets a job at the Santa Cruz Mystery Spot, where nothing is as it seems.
Mystery Spot was awarded First Place winner in the 2010 Santa Cruz Actors Theatre Full Length Play Contest. It was one of four plays selected for reading in the 2008 Ashland New Plays Festival.
Performed in the one hundred seat California Stage Theatre, Mystery Spot is directed by Cal Stage artistic director Ray Tatar. Cast includes Nick Koehler, Emily Kentta, Bonnie Antonini, Michele Koehler, William Bergen, Mahlon Hall, Kendra Evans, Jeanette Trimble, and Lester Horner.
Friday & Saturday at 8pm.
Sunday at 2pm.
March 11 through April 10
Regular admission: $20. Students, Seniors, SARTA: $15. Groups of 6 or more: $12.
Sacramento News and Review
Capital Public Radio Interview
KDVS Dr. Andy Show Interview
Santa Cruz Patch
"Mystery Spot was full of optical illusions, science and wonder." Sacramento Press
"Mystery Spot is an entertaining, unusual play" Davis Enterprise
"nimble satire with academic/feminist trimmings" Sacramento News and Review