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         Coming in March:

Winters Theater Company presents “Art” by Yasmina Reza

The Winter’s Theater Company is excited to announce its upcoming production of “Art” by award-winning playwright Yasmina Reza. This thought-provoking play centers around three friends, Serge, Marc and Yvan.  Serge has bought a painting;  big, white and expensive.  Is it beautiful?  Is it crap? Is it even art?  Marc loathes it.  Yvan just wants his friends to get along.  Serge’s passion for his painting threatens to destroy their friendships. 

 “Art” is a witty and insightful play that explores the complexities of friendship, the nature of art, and the human condition. The production promises to be a thought-provoking evening of theater that will leave audiences questioning their own perceptions of art and its value.

The show is directed by Andrew Fridae. 

“Art” will run for a limited engagement at the Winters Community Center Fridays through Sunday March 17th – 26th.   Tickets are on sale now at Eventbrite or can be purchased through the theater’s website (www.winterstheatre.org).  For more information call 530-795-4014.

Don’t miss this opportunity to see a powerful and thought-provoking play that will leave a lasting impression.

For more information, please call 530-795-4014

Tickets are on sale here!


 

 


Recent Productions Below:


THE TEN MINUTE HOLIDAY PLAY FESTIVAL

TEN SHORT HOLIDAY THEME PLAYS BY DIVERSE PLAYWRIGHTS FROM NEAR AND FAR
We PERFORMED THE 2022 10-MINUTE PLAY FESTIVAL AT GRAND PRINCE ODEUM  ON THURSDAY 12/15/22 THROUGH SATURDAY 12/17/22 7:30 PM


The Spring Fling Popup Show was a huge success. It is nice to be back live. Thanks for your support. 

The ten-minute original plays included some plots with comic situations designed to bring laughter and other plots that brought a few tears.

Several plays introduced new actors and directors to our local audience, and others  welcomed back veteran performers.

The Yolo Ramblers, a group composed of area musicians, provided the musical part of the evening’s entertainment and featured selections which contributed to the theme of each individual play. 

The Yolo Ramblers:  from l to r:  Bill Cavins, Ken Kemmerling, Moreen Libet, and Frank Fox. Scott Schwerdtfeger and Cameron Toney have a meeting of the minds in  “Hamlet Investigations” by Ellen Abrams.  L to R: Bridget O’Flaherty, plays the principal, as two very different parents, Jennifer Rutherford, Janene Whitesell, get called in for a “talking” in the play “Tailwinds” by Kelly Morgan-Lallo. 

As our Season prepares to re-open, please take delight in viewing some previous productions below that are available on YouTube with click of the finger.

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