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Now Playing through Nov 12

World Premiere

The Eva Trilogy

by Barbara Hammond
Directed by Loretta Greco

Magic Theatre
Fort Mason Center
2 Marina Blvd., Bldg D., San Francisco

Barbara Hammond’s The Eva Trilogy is a lyrical Irish epic spanning thirty years over the course of three plays: Eden, Enter The Roar and No Coast Road. All three plays will be performed, in succession, during each performance. Each play stands alone as a complete work, but together they comprise a trilogy that tells one comprehensive story.

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Nov 20, Dec 18, Jan 15, Feb 19, Mar 19

Monday Night Playground, Season 24

Berkeley Repertory Theater
2025 Addison Street, Berkeley
 

The topic is given out and writers have four-and-a-half days to generate their original 10-minute plays. The top scripts are selected, matched with leading Bay Area directors and actors, rehearsed for just an hour-and-a-half and presented on the third Monday of the month at Berkeley Rep. Come join in the fun and witness creativity in the making!

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Nov 9–Dec 31

Black Rider: The Casting of the Magic Bullets

Shotgun Players
1901 Ashby Ave, Berkeley
 

Wilhelm, a lowly clerk, and Käthchen, the daughter of a well to do forester, wish to get married. But Wilhelm must first prove to Käthchen's father that he has the brawny skills of a huntsman. What to do? Along comes Pegleg with an offer he cannot refuse. With music by Tom Waits this adaptation by William S. Burroughs will be a wild ride through a dark and magical forest.

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Now Streaming

Empty Space: A New Webseries

Theater is like Sausage—if you love it, you should never watch it being made. Watch the comedy that fills the void Shakespeare in Love and Slings and Arrows left in your heart.

A love letter to live theater, Empty Space is nine-episode web comedy that explores and glorifies the world of diehard thespians, those hardcore beasts of the theater who soldier on against the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune because, after all, the show must go on.

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