February 5, 2013 > Chanticleers Theatre announces 2013 Season
Chanticleers Theatre announces 2013 Season
Chanticleers Theatre in Castro Valley has announced a 2013 season lineup of classics you're sure to enjoy, a collection of murder, comedy, and music guaranteed to delight all your senses.
Starting off with a bang is Neil Simon's "Sunshine Boys," a tale of some not so friendly aging comedians forced to work together. The show opens February 15 under the direction of Cynthia Lagodzinski and runs through March 10.
Getting serious, Agatha Christie's "The Unexpected Guest" has all the usual suspects and location, but with a major twist. The impact is tremendous. Suzan Lorraine directs the production, running from May 10 - June 2.
In the summer slot is Andrew Bergman's "Social Security." A New York art dealing couple's domestic tranquility is shattered upon the arrival of the wife's goody goody nerd of a sister, her uptight CPA husband, and her irritating, at best, Jewish Mother. There are major life changes coming out of left field for all! Opening night is July 26 with performances running through August18. Gary Wright directs.
Jerry Herman wrote some of the very best musicals ever performed on Broadway, "Mame" and "Hello Dolly!" for starters. Chanticleers production of "Jerry's Girls," a musical review of his work, will have you singing along and humming the songs for days after the show. Gary Wright is once again at the helm as the show's director with performances held October 11 - November 10.
Chanticleers Theatre is located at 3683 Quail Avenue in Castro Valley. Season tickets are now available with group discounts for groups of 10 or more. For more information or to purchase tickets, call (510) SEE-LIVE or visit chanticleers.org.