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San Francisco Theater: 42nd Street Moon announces new season

Tony nominee Emily Skinner to appear in 'Do I Hear a Waltz?' next season at 42nd Street Moon theater.

Stark Insider TV: Snoopy hits the stage (VIDEO)

All told, 17,897 'Peanuts' strips were published making it "arguably the longest story ever told my one human being". The challenge? Bringing the iconic Peanuts gang to real life.

42nd Street Moon does Rodgers and Hart

In many ways, this is the best of Rodgers and Hart, impeccably scripted and consciously paced for maximum effect.

42nd Street Moon anounces new season

San Francisco: 42nd Street Moon's season features: 'It’s a Bird! It’s a Plane! It’s Superman!', 'I Married An Angel', 'Snoopy!!! The Musical", 'Painting the Clouds with Sunshine', and Cole Porter’s 'The New Yorkers.'

Rarely seen ‘Carnival!’ coming to San Francisco

The 1961 Tony-award winning musical, is coming to 42nd Street Moon in San Francisco.

Bay Area Stage: Pink Martini at SF Symphony, ‘Carol’ at SJ Rep, ‘Pal Joey’ at 42nd Street Moon, ‘Big River’ at TheatreWorks

On stage at San Francisco Symphony, San Jose Rep, 42nd Street Moon, and TheatreWorks Silicon Valley. "Movies will make you famous; Television will make you rich; But theatre will make you good." ― Terrence Mann
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Theater Review: ‘Three Sisters’ – The classic that should have been

Greg MacKellan and the entire company must be congratulated for reviving an unfairly discarded masterpiece that will undoubtedly receive (finally) the recognition, accolades and large-scale treatment that it so richly deserves. Bravo!
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San Francisco: Klea Blackhurst and Jason Graae to star in 42nd Street Moons ‘The Best of Times’

42nd Street Moon has lined up two major guest stars, Klea Blackhurst and Jason Graae, to head the cast for the upcoming 80th Birthday salute to beloved Tony-winning Broadway composer/lyricist, Jerry Herman titled The Best of Times. The Jerry Herman Salon will be presented at the Alcazar Theatre for...
LtoR, Lisa-Marie Newton (Constance), Teressa Byrne (Kay), Skye Violet Wilson (Gilda Grant), Amie Shapiro (Molly), Erica Kimble (Billie).

Theater Review: ‘Oh, Kay!’ – Prohibition was anything but sober

...perhaps the most apt, figurative description one can give this delightful production would be that it makes one feel as if one has been invited to a fantastical, wonderfully entertaining cocktail party.
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42nd Street Moon to present first American production of Kern/Hammerstein musical ‘Three Sisters’

The story is set during the World War I era in England and involves a traveling carnival photographer, his three spirited young daughters and their romantic adventures.