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‘Into the Woods’ at Palo Alto Players (Review)

Into the Woods is a difficult show to perform, demanding split-second responses, with nary a rest. Fairytale characters busily weave their assorted tales, while simultaneously operating on a whole different level to subtly remind us that these archetypes live in our heads, inhabiting some deep part of ourselves. These...

Palo Alto Players unveils new logo, 85th season line-up

Fresh, modern new look for Palo Alto Players, and 85th anniversary season featuring Chicago, Clybourne Park , Death of a Salesman, Into the Woods, and Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike.

Give ‘Em Hell, Harry

To be a good president, I fear a man cannot be his own mentor. He cannot live the Sermon on the Mount. He must be a Machiavelli, Caesar, Borgia, an unctuous religio, a liar, a what-not, to be successful.

Review: Double tragedy in compelling ‘Parade’

In addition to the talent on stage, the material works because it is honest. There are no black and whites, and certainly no triumphant HAIR-like, balls-to-the-walls jumping jacks.
Nunsense with a Twist! by Palo Alto Players

Palo Alto Players open 81st season with a twist

Juanita Harris, as Sister Mary Hubert, had a voice that wouldn’t quit, making “Holier than Thou" the most memorable number in the entire show.
2012 Palo Alto Players Season

Palo Alto Players announces 2011-2012 season

Six shows are coming to the Lucie Stern Theater.
Blithe Spirit

Review: Noël Coward meets Benny Hill

Scenic designer Patrick Klein must have worked over time creating a lush, well-appointed set.
Debi Durst (back) as Madame Arcati and Nicole Martin (front) as Elvira.

Palo Alto Players to end season with Noel Coward’s ‘Blithe Spirit’

Coward wrote the play in 5 days in 1941 during a holiday that he took with actress Joyce Carey to the coast of Wales.
Altar Boyz - Palo Alto Players

‘Altar Boyz’ in Palo Alto: Evangelism has never been more fun

The Palo Alto Players’ 80-year tradition of bringing exceptional theatre to the South Bay has never been more entertaining.

Theater Review: ‘Shadowlands’ by Palo Alto Players

I'd happily take John Anthony Nolan (Major Warnie Lewis) home and deposit him in an overstuffed chair in my living room.