Our 2015-16 Season: Revelations
Four Readings: SEPTEMBER 28, 2015 • JANUARY 11, 2016 • MARCH 28, 2016 • JUNE 27, 2016
AUG 27 –SEPT 20, 2015
NOVEMBER 5 – 29, 2015
FEB 11 – MAR 6, 2016
APR 8 – 17, 2016
MAY 19 – JUNE 12, 2016
Three Concerts: DECEMBER 10-13, 2015 • MARCH 18-20, 2016 • JULY 22-24, 2016
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Monday, June 27, 2016 is the final production in our 2015-2016 “Bare Bones” staged reading series:   
 
 
Charley’s Aunt ’66
by Scott Munson
after Brandon Thomas
 

Directed by Susan E. Evans

Join us for a work-in-progress reading of Act 1 of Charley’s Aunt ’66 by Scott Munson, a new play after Brandon Thomas’ farce classic. Munson transports the story from the hallowed halls of Oxford to a California college in the psychedelic ’60s. Following the reading, there will be an open feedback session with the playwright, director and actors.
 
One night only:
Monday, June 27, 2016   8:00pm
 
Tickets are $10, open seating

 

Available at the Box Office or by clicking HERE.
We hope to see you here.



The Morrisson Theatre Chorus

under the direction of Cesar Cancino

Summer 2016 chorus

Friday, July 22 at 8:00pm

Saturday, July 23 at 8:00pm

Sunday, July 24 at 2:00pm

 

Adults $18, Seniors/H.A.R.D. Residents $15, Juniors/Students $12

Tickets also available through our Box Office at 510-881-6777,  Tues. – Fri., 12:30 – 5:30pm

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5th Annual Playwrights’ CageMatch

The Douglas Morrisson Theatre’s
Fifth Annual Playwrights’ CageMatch.

Our CageMatch is a chance for playwrights to show their stuff in an audience-decided live competition.

Five Playwrights enter but only one will emerge victorious. Grand prize for the chosen script.

Town Square

Our theme this year:
PUBLIC SQUARES, PRIVATE STORIES.

The setting is a town square in a small town anywhere in the universe. It’s where Main Street meets First Street – perhaps there’s a little park, or a statue of a forgotten General, probably a few pigeons. Time period is not restricted. We looked for creative and elegant back-stories that incorporate the setting into the scenes. Tone, theme or genre is up to the playwright! A parade, a lovers’ tryst, or a protest, perhaps? Anything can happen in the town square.

One night only:

Monday, June 13  at 8:00pm

The finalists:

  • HEMLOCK MARTINI by Seth Freeman
  • IS THIS SEAT TAKEN? By Brad Sytsma- WINNER (Yes, there was a tie!)
  • LOST WITHOUT YOU by Bob Canning
  • PEABRAIN by Jacob Marx Rice- WINNER (Yes, there was a tie!)
  • THREE WOMEN ON A BENCH, TALKING by Diane Sampson
Honorable Mention To:
 
LOVE IS IN THE AIR by Lorie Miller

 


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