16 Mar The Drawer Boy

June 12 – July 4, 2010 By Michael Healey Directed by Domenique Lozano Starring Warren David Keith*, Max Rosenak, and Howard Swain*. Shows run Thursday through Saturday evenings at 8pm, with Sunday matinees at 2pm. This poignant tale of friendship, memory and the loss of love,...

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18 Aug Old Times, April 2009

TheatreFIRST Does Well By Pinter With ‘Old Times’ By Ken Bullock Special to the Planet Wednesday April 08, 2009 “Oh, you know Harold. All the plays are the same: Menace in a room!” 

John Calder, the pioneering independent publisher, repeated what the best-known of his authors said with...

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13 Aug Via Dolorosa, 2003

Letter From the Middle East David Hare evokes a whole region through one man by Michael Scott Moore SF Weekly, February 12, 2003 If Mayor Brown cared about good writing he would name February "David Hare Month," because really devoted fans of the British playwright can pull — in...

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13 Aug The Memory of Water, 2002

Denial Works The Memory of Water humorously examines the ways people justify their own actions by Lisa Drostova East Bay Express You invent these versions of me and I don’t recognize myself," the dead woman in the sparkly blue dress tells her daughter. It’s an apt summation of the...

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13 Aug The Great Celestial Cow, 2003

‘Celestial Cow’ jumps over the moon TheatreFIRST’S production of "The Great Celestial Cow" is — brace yourselves — an "udder" delight. by Chad Jones, STAFF WRITER Alameda Times-Star, March 27, 2003 Sue Townsend’s funny and involving drama invites us into a world of immigrants and makes us feel at...

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13 Aug The Colour of Justice, 2002

Injustice Is Global The tragic story of Stephen Lawrence comes to the TheatreFIRST stage. by Lisa Drostova East Bay Express Here in the United States, Rodney King and Amadou Diallo are the names we associate with tragedies that have forced the public to assess lingering antiblack sentiments. In Britain,...

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