More Heard on the Street

We shared a few notes from one of our board members recently.  Here’s a few more comments from one of our guests about the festival. The show quality–including several locals, was first-rate! Even after many years in the audience or behind the scenes,l I...
Fight for 52¢ in U.S. Labor History

Fight for 52¢ in U.S. Labor History

Fight for 52¢ might not make much sense in today’s economy. There’s not much you can buy for 52 cents. Back in 1934 however, it was a different story. This one-man show, produced and performed by Howard Petrick of San Francisco, tells the story of V. R....

The Beast, The Lady and the Sanguine Man

This “live action silent film” called The Beast, The Lady and the Sanguine Man uses the features of the main-stage at Theater on the Square quite nicely. The stage is mostly bare. Above the actors’ heads, the projector plays the movie reel from the...

Spare the Rod

This is a power personal performance given by Paris Crayton III! He describes his life with an abusive mother, a dad that worked all the time, but found some comfort and happiness with his friends playing baseball. He uses rap to describe surviving his mother’s...