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Hershey Felder as Irving Berlin

A New Musical Play

Hershey Felder as Irving Berlin

Lyrics & music by Irving Berlin
Book by Hershey Felder
Directed by Trevor Hay

January 13—February 14, 2016

Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts

Northern California Premiere

The inspiring story of “America’s Composer” Irving Berlin takes center stage in this tour-de-force performance by virtuoso pianist Hershey Felder, internationally acclaimed for bringing to life such composers as Gershwin, Beethoven, Chopin, and Bernstein. Capturing the rhythms of the Lower East Side, and eventually enchanting the entire world, Berlin epitomizes the American Dream. From "Blue Skies" to “White Christmas,” this remarkable evening with Irving is an unforgettable journey in song.

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tokyo fish story

A Delectable Comic Drama

tokyo fish story

By Kimber Lee
Directed by Kirsten Brandt

March 9—April 3, 2016

Lucie Stern Theatre

Northern California Premiere

Generations, gender, and tradition collide as a revered Sushi Master struggles to preserve ancient artistry in a society obsessed with change. In pursuit of perfection, Koji inspires his brilliant protégé of a son, intimidates a parade of young apprentices, and discovers that in today’s world, even a three-star chef has much to learn. Set in a legendary sushi restaurant, this warm-hearted comic drama was a highlight of TheatreWorks’ New Works Festival.
Contains mature language.

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Cyrano

The Swashbuckling Romance

Cyrano

By Edmund Rostand    
Translated by Michael Hollinger
Adapted by Michael Hollinger & Aaron Posner
Directed by Robert Kelley

April 6—May 1, 2016

Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts

Regional Premiere

Alive with swashbuckling swordplay, witty wordplay, and irresistible romance, this classic tale of unrequited passion and panache flows from the rollicking theatres of 17th century Paris to distant battlements long besieged. Here literature’s greatest love triangle evolves in a modern, intimate, and good-humored adaptation that entangles the enchanting heiress Roxane, handsome cadet Christian, and nose-challenged swordsman Cyrano in the love affair of a lifetime.

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The Velocity of Autumn

An Explosive Comedy

The Velocity of Autumn

By Eric Coble
Directed by GIovanna Sardelli

June 1—June 26, 2016

Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts

Regional Premiere

An octogenarian artist has barricaded herself in her Brooklyn brownstone, booby-trapped with enough homemade bombs to take out the neighborhood. In a wry, spirited quest to “not go gentle” into a retirement home, Alexandra battles both the fears of her family and the ravages of time, negotiating the terms of her future with a long-estranged son with battles of his own.
Contains mature language.

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