Offbeat, deadpan, wry—Todd Barry’s humor has been given many labels throughout his 20-year career
Mike Ryan to step down after 2023 season; plays announced for next summer
Brilliant reimagining of ‘Richard II’ is more than just a clever history lesson
Mat Smart’s play delivers fiery clashes between two titans—but the writing lets one of them down
Gilbert and Sullivan classic gets outdoor production July 30-Aug. 1
The theater company is returning after a year of shutdowns due to Covid-19 with a series of live performances in July.
After watching the communities of the San Lorenzo Valley suffer under the CZU Lightning Complex fire, MCT’s Peter Gelblum knew there was...
This weekend’s Agape Dance performances of Midsummer Night's Dream will be held in the Green Hills Redwood Grove in Scotts Valley.
Plan is to perform at the Grove in Santa Cruz with Covid-19 safety precautions
AATAT’s commitment to community dates back to its inception
'Sweat' will open virtually, via YouTube and Zoom
Alumni-driven film will replace the annual stage version put on by the Santa Cruz Ballet Theatre
Shutdown of live performances has presented a series of daunting challenges
Local comedians take their acts to a parking structure in downtown Santa Cruz
Ronzio died of cancer three days short of her 70th birthday
Decision to cancel the summer season was the ‘least damaging’ option
Santa Cruz Shakespeare will go dark this summer because of the ongoing pandemic
Groups look to donations as they are forced to cancel performances
Confront your fears at this Jewel Theatre Company production
Comedy meets 1930s aristocracy in musical revival
There will be blood in Halloween production
Joys, pitfalls of marriage explored in Actors’ Theatre’s new Sondheim show
Eugene O’Neill’s final play is packed with psychodrama in Jewel production
The comedian performs on Sunday, Sept. 15, at the Rio Theatre.
Santa Cruz Shakespeare leans into physical comedy
Star of unconventional vocal performance group got her start at Aptos High
A hilarious, if uneven, spin on Jane Austen
A Q&A about the opera department’s latest over-the-top production
Great timing and physical comedy make for a wild time on stage