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Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

by Tennessee Williams

On a steamy night on the Mississippi Delta the Pollitt Plantation swarms with angst as the family gathers to celebrate the 65th birthday of their hot-tempered patriarch, Big Daddy.  The heat begins to rise as the Southern family is thrust into crisis when Big Daddy announces he must choose one of his sons to inherit his estate.  As Brick, his favorite favorite son, and his wife Maggie struggle to guard their demons the rest of the family claws at any opportunity to topple their dynasty.  With the future of the family in peril-- accusations swirl, ulterior motives are exposed and mendacity reigns.  

Directed by Lee Sankowich.

February 6th - March 3rd, 2019

San Jose Stage Company

Adios Mama Carlota

Narrated by Empress Carlota in her private chamber in Bouchout Castle, Belgium, 1927, 60 years have passed since the death of her beloved Maximillian before a firing squad in Mexico. Revisiting the rise and fall of Emperor Maximilian in Mexico invoking her role as Empress, she’s haunted by her memories, holding royal court entertaining several distinguished ghosts, including; Maximilian, Napoleon III, Benito Juarez and Abraham Lincoln. Carlota questions her survival: WHY has she lived so long without a husband, children, or relatives that no trace of her world remains? Carlota’s real dilemma pivots on her guilt and self-doubt on her abandonment of Maximilian and their unfinished love story.

Directed by Kinan Valdez.

April 3-28, 2019

San Jose Stage Company


Cliff Bradshaw, an American author working on a novel in pre-WWII Berlin, falls in love with the vivacious Sally Bowles, a singer at the local Kit Kat Klub. Their dream-like romance is tested by the political upheaval that changes their lives dramatically. Even after fifty years, this classic Tony Award-winning musical remains painfully prophetic, reminding us through Sally and the Emcee’s lost souls what horrors humans are capable of, lest we ever forget.

Music by John Kander; Lyrics by Fred Ebb; Book by Joe Masteroff

Directed by Susi Damilano

Music direction by Dave Dobrusky

Choreography by Nicole Helfer

June 26th - August 31st, 2019

San Francisco Playhouse