CHARLIE BROWN FALLS IN LOVE, IN THE DARK FUNNY IMPORTANT ‘DOG SEES GOD’

Charlie is back and the famed Charles Shultz icon boy is now a teenager along with his teen angst millennial pals. DOG SEES GOD “Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead” is now on stage at the Left Coast Theatre company’s Shelton Theatre only through May 20th. And the teens sling the F Bombs and stories of […]

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Review: San Francisco, Here I Come

The Left Coast Theatre Company presents excellent productions in various theatres in the city. The company is presenting for the first time the very clever and unusual San Francisco, Here I Come. San Francisco, Here I Come is the story of seven different tenants in one apartment over 10 decades who dared to change themselves […]

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Review: We Are Family

One often hears about people who hunger for unconditional love. But the opportunity to receive unconditional love starts very early in life. A great deal of one’s success depends on the type of parenting a child receives. The Washington Post recently published a provocative article by Jennifer S. Hirsch entitled “A Scientific Look At The […]

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Review: Giving an “A” to a Show About The F: Left Coast Theatre’s “WTFamily” Best Ever

It’s kind of become a tradition with my friend Lisa and I to go enjoy the Left Coast Theatre Company’s collection of short GLBT plays about families.  Partly, because we’re “family” – the way that most matters…in the heart. One reason we like this original and inventive short plays is there’s usually about 5-7 of […]

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Review: Gay for Play

Let’s hear it for the queers. Shout-out to anyone who felt like an outsider growing up. Shout-out to anyone who had to sit through wild side-eye at the family dinner table. And a big shout-out to anyone who can take that sort of oppression and turn it into comic gold, as demonstrated by Left Coast […]

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Review: Short Takes

Several small nonprofits regularly offer aspiring playwrights an opportunity to write short plays and have them staged before an audience. Incubators like Playground specialize in assigning a topic to a group of playwrights for an evening of 10-minute plays. Others may simply choose a theme and work with a group of writers to see what […]

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If These Walls Could Talk – Review of “I’m Not OK, Cupid”

While Theatre Rhinoceros and New Conservatory Theatre Center are the two oldest LGBT theatre companies in the San Francisco Bay area, last year Left Coast Theatre Company emerged from the GuyWriters Playwrights and began carving a niche for itself as a community theatre group. Specializing in short plays primarily created by local writers, its aim […]

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