The Luther Burbank Center for Performing Arts might be the ultimate destination for great theater in the Santa Rosa. Whether you’re looking for musicals, theater productions, concerts, or conventions, you’re bound to find something you’ll love during this spring’s lineup. To see what’s coming up during these next few months, we’ve collaborated with Cheap Movers San Francisco to bring you the list below.
You Got Older
Showcasing at the Left Edge Studio Theatre, this comedy/drama is for all ages and is perfect for a family outing. The storyline revolves around the character of Mae, who returns home to help her elderly father and gains a new perspective on life and love. Along with an important message about nurturing family and friends, the script is wry, witty, and tender hearted.
Mufaro’s Beautiful Daughters
Based on the award-winning book by John Steptoe, Mufaro’s Beautiful Daughters is an African retelling of the classic Cinderella story. The play chronicles a king’s search for his queen and the true measure of inner beauty with a thoughtful script and compelling music. With exciting special effects and wise narration, it’s a performance fit for all ages. Shows take place at the Person Theatre on the campus of the Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
The Press Democrat: Sonoma County Women in Conversation
For a night of stimulating conversation and debate, come and watch the Press Democrat: Sonoma County Women in Conversation. From political discussions, deign presentations, and issue briefings, audiences will get to experience the ideas and philosophies of many different influential leaders. Tickets are sold as a complete series with the event taking place at the East Auditorium.
RAIN: A Tribute to the Beatles
Featured at the Person Theatre, come and enjoy an homage to the influential English Invasion with this fun Beatles Tribute. With plenty of golden oldies and hit tunes, this is a performance that’s perfect for many different generations. And with multi-media entertainment that reinterprets the Beatle’s album and live concerts, music lovers are sure to have an exciting time at this one-of-a-kind show.
This classic comedy by Noel Coward provides audiences with plenty of intrigues, drama, and hilarious family secrets throughout the night. With a witty script and lively shenanigans, Hay Fever is sure to keep you giggling and on the edge of your seat during the entire play performance. Featured at Carston Cabaret, get ready for a night filled with fun and belly laughs.
Anova Center for Education Presents: Autism in the Family
The Anova Center for Education is proud to present this informative conference on autism, which takes place at the Person Theatre. Along with many notable speakers, the event showcases Dr. Temple Grandin, who discusses the various struggles of coping with autism at home. With insight and advocacy, the conference aims to inform parents, family members, teachers, and others who contribute to a home environment how to live with compassion and wisdom.