Joy. That’s the word to describe my experience in the theatre Friday night. Simply joy.
During the well-deserved full-house standing ovation of Ray of Light’s opening night of Lizzie, I felt a little bit high. The show itself is incredible. It exceeded my high hopes. It was executed flawlessly from top to bottom—I cannot recommend […]
Terry Berliner, a third generation San Franciscan, is back home in the Bay Area to direct the world premiere of The Cable Car Nymphomaniac. Terry has been involved in the arts her whole life. She says making a new musical is like solving a puzzle – she loves the challenge […]
Like most talented artists in the Bay Area, award-winning actor Alex Rodriguez works hard at a day job while putting in the many necessary hours to rehearse, study, and perform in professional musical theatre productions. FOGG Theatre is strengthening the Bay Area theatre community by producing original, locally-relevant musical theatre, and […]
FOGG Theatre is so proud to have commissioned Kirsten Guenther to write the book for The Cable Car Nymphomaniac. In this brief interview, Kirsten talks about being a Bay Area who native currently makes her living writing musical theatre in New York City, and how she has never forgotten her beloved Bay Area.
FOGG Artistic Director, Tony Asaro, was recently interviewed by Emily Goldman for NYU’s Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program’s bimonthly newsletter. Read the full interview here.
–Let’s talk about the genesis of FOGG Theatre. Was the company a long time in the making, or is it a more recent/unexpected […]
In San Francisco, musical theatre is not thought of with much reverence. Most Bay Area theatre companies either shy away from them entirely, or only do them rarely. Others trot out a tried and true musical once a year for the holiday season: a show with lots of adorable — read: “obnoxious” — kids in […]
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