First, a thank you. We are so grateful to you as we each figure out what this experience means for us as individuals and as a community. Your messages of support have been so heartening; please know that we treasure each one. Second, we're making decisions in real time and responding as quickly as we can to ever-changing circumstances. Some things we can tell you and frankly, some things we just don't know yet.
Director of V&S&M&S on Durang, Chekhov, and going to grad school in Berkeley
Recently, Seattle-based director Diana Trotter sat down with long-time friend (and CCCT Artistic Director) Marilyn Langbehn to talk about her work on the upcoming production of VANYA AND SONIA AND MASHA AND SPIKE: ML: You went to grad school in Berkeley; what were some of your favorite places to hang out? DT: One of the
Christopher Durang's Tony award-winning mashup of the plays of Anton Chekhov
PAUL ARAQUISTAIN (Vanya) was last seen at CCCT as Alvin Kelby in The Story of My Life (2010). More recently, he marked his fourth production of Cabaret (2017), playing Herr Schultz at Hillbarn Theatre. He has worked with many Bay Area theatres, including Altarena Playhouse (Alan, God of Carnage), Broadway By the Bay (The Baker,
Director of SECRET IN THE WINGS on fairy tales, Mary Zimmerman, and secret identities
Recently, Chicago-based director Jack Phillips sat down with long-time friend (and CCCT Artistic Director) Marilyn Langbehn to talk about his work on the upcoming production of THE SECRET IN THE WINGS. ML: Let’s start with the obvious. What was your favorite fairy tale when you were a kid? JP: One of my favorite stories as a
The cast and creative team for THE SECRET IN THE WINGS share the fairy tales that impressed them the most when they were kids.