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Reviews: "Death of a Salesman" in Santa Rosa and "Farragut North" in Healdsburg

Film, television and theater veteran Charles Siebert headlines the 6th Street Playhouse production of Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman. Miller’s Pulitzer Prize- and multi–Tony award–winning treatise on the elusiveness of the American dream is considered by many to be the greatest American play ever written. 383 more words

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Slum Village at Mystic Theatre & Music Hall, Petaluma

Slum Village

Saturday, June 30, 2018 8:30 PM




Mystic Theatre & Music Hall, Petaluma, CA

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Reviews: "Lost in Yonkers" in Healdsburg and "The Time of Your Life" in Cloverdale

Two Pulitzer Prize–winning dramas have hit North Bay stages. The first is the Raven Players’ production of Neil Simon’s Lost in Yonkers. Simon, whose best-known works are comedies tinged with a little melancholy (The Odd Couple, The Sunshine Boys), won the 1991 Pulitzer for Yonkers, a melancholy family drama tinged with comedy. 394 more words

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Northern Ontario's dream to secede, reborn: 'We’re treated like a colony'

NORTH BAY — They called it Aurora.

It was to be a new province in Canada, carved out of Ontario’s hinterland, so far northwest of Toronto it is a different place, practically Manitoba. 2,044 more words


Review: "Amadeus" at Cinnabar in Petaluma

In Peter Shaffer’s Amadeus, Count Franz Orsini-Rosenberg assesses Mozart’s Marriage of Figaro with the criticism that it has “too many notes.” Cinnabar Theater’s current production suffers from the opposite—it’s missing a few. 395 more words

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Sonoma Valley Regional Park after 2017 Wildfires

In the weeks and months following a natural disaster such as an earthquake or a wildfire, it can be beneficial to the local community for visitors to return, as part of the more general return to normalcy.  1,588 more words