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Three Local Theater Stars Team Up to Produce a Festival of Original Comedy

Local Acting Greats Matt Miller, Richard Winters & Richard Broadhurst Present Three Whacko Plays Penned by Their Own Hands to Tickle Your Fancy.

Three local theater stars have teamed up to produce a festival of original comedy at California Stages’ Wilkerson Theater — three one-person plays — or rather three zany looks at life in our times.

CalStage, SacSoloSix
L-R: Richard Winters, Matt Miller, Richard Broadhurst.

The California Stage Theater Company is hosting these three writers under the title of SAC/SOLO/SIX because it is the sixth time the company has attempted to support writers who think they can act and actors who think that they can write. What a delight to discover that they all can act and write! Continue reading

CalStage Remembers Joan Mankin

CalStage honors beloved Bay Area actress and clown Joan Mankin

CalStage, Joan Mankin
Joan Mankin

“Joan Mankin was a glutton for life, and made the most of it,” writes Joan Holden for American Theatre magazine. Her career of performing as clown, actress, mentor, and friend to countless Bay Area thespians more than proves the point. She has been remembered since her passing as generous, passionate free spirit whose artistry pushed boundaries. Continue reading

Meet the Cast of ANGEL IN THE NIGHT (Part 3)

Buy TicketDon’t miss their fabulous cameos! Now running through September 13th.

Craig T. Sanders
Craig T. Sanders

Craig T. Sanders recently graduated from Sacramento State University with Bachelors degrees in both theatre and journalism. Craig spends a good portion of his time writing and performing scripts for the sketch comedy group That Plus Chips. He is extremely excited to work on a show that portrays an image of hope during one of the darkest times in the history of civilization. Craig was born from Jewish descendants who experienced the horrifying realities of WWII and is humbled to be in a play that honors their many sacrifices, which has allowed him to exist today. Continue reading