Submissions Are Closed For Our Latest Project: Queerstory!

We have closed the deadline for script submissions for the staged reading of, Queerstory: Forgotten Figures and Moments of Queer History. As the title says, with Queerstory we intend to delve into some of the compelling and little-known people and events that are part of the journey that has shaped the LGBTQ+ community. We encourage stories… Read More »Submissions Are Closed For Our Latest Project: Queerstory!

Review: Messing With Peoples’ Minds

If you’re the kind of person who doesn’t get swept up in the traditional celebrations at this time of year because you’re (a) single, (b) sober, (c) nonreligious, (d) hate being forced to listen to Christmas music, (e) dread family gatherings, or (f) can no longer fake enthusiasm for the holidays, fear not. San Francisco's… Read More »Review: Messing With Peoples’ Minds

Theatre Bay Area Recommends LCTC Production

Hey look!! We’re TBA Recommended! Thank you to Theatre Bay Area and the community for this, we’re so glad you’re enjoying the show! There’s still 8 more chances to see this incredibly funny and heartfelt show - head to for tickets 🎟👆🏻 We’ll see you at EXIT Theatre Friday or Saturday night at 8pm!… Read More »Theatre Bay Area Recommends LCTC Production

Review: Bible Borscht Belt

Tenderloin edge meets "Let's put on a show!" pluck in Left Coast Theatre's clothes-shedding, zinger-flinging production of "The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told." An ideal prophylactic against the coming holiday season, Paul Rudnick's Bible-thumping comedy (both Testaments are pretty much beaten to a pulp) was originally produced over 20 years ago, but still packs comedic… Read More »Review: Bible Borscht Belt

O Horny Night: ‘The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told’ at LCTC

“Have yourself a merry little Christmas/ Make the yuletide gay/ From now on/ Our troubles will be miles away…” – Judy Garland, “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” (Hugh Martin/Ralph Blane), Meet Me in St. Louis (1944) I think it’s finally happened, dear reader. After the many, many, many times I’ve said that I just… Read More »O Horny Night: ‘The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told’ at LCTC

We’re Published!

LCTC's First Book is available on Amazon. "San Francisco, Here I Come!" is the story of how one San Francisco apartment provides the setting for seven LGBT-themed stories about our love affair with the City by the Bay.

The Blame Game

The cast of "Come here Often?" - Back Row: Wera von Wulfen, Edgardo Vega, Jeremy Judge, David Boyll. Middle row: Paul Renolis, Stefin Collins, Carole Swann, Christian Heppinstall, Ryan Engstrom, Terry Maloney Haley. Front row: Nic Sommerfeld, Mary Cait Hogan, Emily Keyishian. San Francisco's Left Coast Theatre Company recently presented the world premiere of Come Here Often, an… Read More »The Blame Game

Dog Sees God

Left Coast Theatre Company is presenting an excellent production of Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead by Bert V. Royal. It's an "unauthorized parody" of the Charles Schulz "Peanuts" gang. Now the characters are teenagers and facing much more serious problems. CB (Michael Connor) is mourning the loss of his beagle Snoopy, who… Read More »Dog Sees God

Charlie Brown Falls In Love, In The Dark Funny . . .

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… Read More »Charlie Brown Falls In Love, In The Dark Funny . . .

Review: Giving an “A” to a Show About The F:

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… Read More »Review: Giving an “A” to a Show About The F:

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