Coastal Repertory Theatre

Coastal Repertory Theatre enters into the “Age of Aquarius”

An affectionate look at the flower children of the 1960s.

‘Doubt, A Parable’ – Certainty can stifle the truth

This taut, engrossing masterpiece does not confine itself to the cerebral, with the more inspirational and human interludes taking place in the remaining two sections of the artfully imagined triptych scenic design.
Coastal Rep Gala - Half Moon Bay

Coastal Repertory Theatre celebrates 25th anniversary with gala

Included on the bill are members of the Bodacious Bobcats band that wowed theatre patrons in last season’s hit musical Always, Patsy Cline.
Tom Woosnam and Pennell Chapin in Coastal Rep's production of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Review: Coastal Rep’s ‘Woolf’ an elegant production of a milestone in American theatre

A trip to the beautiful seaside town of Half Moon Bay could not be more worthwhile!
Rabbit Hole - Coastal Rep Theatre

Theater Review: Half Moon Bay goes down the ‘Rabbit Hole’

If you live in the San Francisco Bay Area, here's the perfect chance see what all the fuss is about before the film is released by Lionsgate.
Urinetown, Coastal Rep

You’re in good company at Urinetown

Sometimes you've got to fight for your right... to pee.

Opening tonight: ‘Holiday Memories’ at Coastal rep in Half Moon Bay

Truman Capote's tale of friendship, love, and fruitcake opens tonight at Coastal Repertory Theatre. Set in Alabama in the 1930s, the play is based on two of Capote's childhood recollections, "The Thanksgiving Visitor" and "A Christmas Memory." This should be another intriguing alternative to the standard holiday fare-not that there's...

Fall Ball 2009…It’s Time to Celebrate!

The Fall Ball is here! If you haven't got your tickets, go to Don't miss this evening of wonderful food, drink, dancing and friends. If you don't want to dress need. If you want to dress up in something other than Egyptian...that's perfect. We just want you...

Theater review: ‘The Glass Menagerie’ at Coastal Repertory Theatre

How would you remember your past? In 'The Glass Menagerie', Tennessee Williams' first successful play as a playwright, we are drawn into the very personal memories of Tom Wingfield (Peter K. Owen) as he recalls his earlier life living with his loving, but often overbearing, mother and his shy, crippled...

Theater weekend preview: The Glass Menagerie and The Chosen

More Bay Are theater coverage coming up this weekend for SSC. Would it ever be any different? It seems like we're always running around San Francisco, San Jose and Berkeley. Hey, life's too short not to get out there and catch some live performances. This weekend we'll even take our...