October events at the 6th Street Playhouse

Oct 1, 2011 in Entertainment, West End Artists & Performers

How many neighborhoods are fortunate to have a live theater? Drama, comedy and music are just a few steps away from your front door.

“Kite’s Book: Tales of an 18th Century Hitman” – Playing through Oct. 23, 2011 Set in London in the 1750s, “Kite’s Book,” by Robert Caisley, is a sword-slinging, pistol-dueling, maiden-saving, jolly good time – with a fervent and poignant examination of the many variations on, and the disparities within, the human ideal that “Justice must be served!” “Kite’s Book” is a rousing, swashbuckling, action-packed stage play featuring Rahman Dalrymple as 18th Century hitman, Harry Kite and Barry Martin as Judge Hardwick. STAGE LOCATION: G.K. Hardt Theatre TICKETS: $15 to $35

The Independent Eye’s “Frankenstein” ~ Oct. 7 to Oct. 30, 2011 Written by Conrad Bishop & Elizabeth Fuller, based on the novel by Mary Shelley The Independent Eye presents a new vision of Mary Shelley’s classic novel. Described as “live theatrical animation,” the production features a trio of actors, two dozen life-size puppets, poetry, music and video. STAGE LOCATION: Studio Theatre TICKETS: $20 per person

“Sing-a-Long Sound of Music” Oct. 29 and Oct. 30, 2011 A benefit event for the 6th Street Playhouse. Sing-a-long with Julie Andrews and the Von Trapp family singers while enjoying the most successful movie musical of all time when the 6th Street Playhouse presents “Sing-a-long Sound of Music.” A “Sing-a-Long” host will lead audiences through a vocal warm up and guide audiences through the accompanying actions and use of the interactive funpack for a fun, joyful, memorable movie experience. Best costumes prizes will be awarded. STAGE LOCATION: G.K. Hardt Theatre TICKETS: $15 to $25 per person

6th Street Improv! Oct. 30, 2011 Be a part of the magical synergy yielding unusual, funny and poignant antidotes reflecting the funnier side of daily life and current events. It’s guaranteed – every show will offer experiences that are fresh, funny and unforgettable. Oct. 30: Halloween themed show. STAGE LOCATION: Studio Theatre TICKETS: $14 per person

6th Street at Night

6th Street Playhouse is located in Historic Railroad Square, at 52 West 6th Street in downtown Santa Rosa, Calif. For tickets or more information about performance dates and showtimes call 707-523-4185 or visit www.6thstreetplayhouse.com

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