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Improv for Good

Saturday, February 11th at 7:30 PM

We’ve got a great show for you!
 
This month's show is an encore benefit for the Rainbow Community Center.

Act II improv is proud to continue our support for the great work they do for the community.

Act II improv was formed by improvisational actors that believe in performing “for good.”  They formed Improv for Good as a way of giving back to the community, making it a central part of the troupe.  While paying forward is important, they also seek to provide a creative outlet for improvisational artists to innovate and grow.
 
Act II improv has focused on developing skills to produce long-form scene-based improvisation.  Frequent visitors to their productions coined the phrase “... dramatically comedic” to describe how they weave their humor and dramatic reality.

IMPORTANT: This is a live indoor show.

Current Contra Costa County regulations allow maskless

audiences, however, wearing a mask is strongly recommended.

CoCoComedy Valentine’s

Tuesday, February 14th at 8 PM

Hosted by Bob Johnson

 

CoCoComedy.com is teaming up with The Martinez Campbell Theater to give you a fun and easy date night for Valentine's Day.

Showtime 8:00, (doors open at 7:00) giving you plenty of time for dinner before the show. Since it's a work night, this show will only go until 9:30

We're having a little fun with our lineup for this show. Since it's a non-weekend show we're bringing in some of our favorite comedians we've been unable to book due to them being producers of other shows during the weekend.

Our headliner for the evening is Monique Marvez.

Monique is the perfect artist for these dynamic times. The lovely Latina (fluent in Spanish) stand up, air talent, screenwriter, author, podcaster and above all, PERFORMER has spent 25 years at the forefront of changing media, mores and cultural shifts both pop and profound with three diverse SHOWTIME Specials and a much lauded appearance on HBOMax’ HA Festival, now streaming.

 

Marvez’ nearly 20 year career in radio, ran concurrently with a national touring schedule, performances for the military and prestigious cruise ship bookings.

More information at the ticket link below.

IMPORTANT: This is a live indoor show.

Current Contra Costa County regulations allow maskless

audiences, however, wearing a mask is strongly recommended.

Accidents at Sundown

Saturday, February 18th at 5:30 PM

Fans of Rock and Roll, Punk, Grunge and Metal are in for a special treat.

 

Opening the show is Tungsten Reigns, The Pinoles + Tiger Shade.

 

Accidents at Sundown is bringing in a few special guests before their set, and each ticket comes with a special treat at the end of the show. Be sure to get your tickets BEFORE it sells out.

 

Get ready for a night like no other.

IMPORTANT: This is a live indoor show.

Current Contra Costa County regulations allow maskless

audiences, however, wearing a mask is strongly recommended.

Funny Bone Productions

Sunday, February 19th at 2:30 PM

 

Jaime Rich and Randy Wight are the featured performers in this first of its kind improvised serial production follows the exploits of two “partners” who rely on audience suggestions to help create their evolving characters and decide where the next investigation will lead them.  Murder, blackmail, jewel heists and kidnapping are just a few of the cases these two private eyes might be sent to solve.  It’s not a comedy, it’s a mystery.

 

Each show features a guest performer.  Phil Dutton is our guest performer and will appear in this installment of Partners in Crime.

 

A portion of the proceeds goes to Spontaneous Mind, a local educational 501(c)(3) non-profit.

 

Come out and see what one reviewer called “…an improvisational film noir journey somewhere between Castle and Moonlighting.”

IMPORTANT: This is a live indoor show.

Current Contra Costa County regulations allow maskless

audiences, however, wearing a mask is strongly recommended.

Tuesdays with Morrie

March 10th thru 26th

Plotline Theater Company Presents...
Tuesday with Morrie

by Jeffrey Hatcher and Mitch Albom

Based on the book by Mitch Albom

 

Directed by Randy Anger

 

Starring John Blytt and Matt Davis

IMPORTANT: This is a live indoor show.

Current Contra Costa County regulations allow maskless

audiences, however, wearing a mask is strongly recommended.

Lowell Ensemble

Sunday, March 12th at 3 PM

The Lowell Ensemble with special guests The Cecilia Ensemble (musicians from the SF Opera and Ballet Orchestras) present an afternoon of “Music Inspired By Nature” -an eclectic & fun program of Classical, folk & pop music inspired by our beautiful natural surroundings.  All proceeds benefit The John Muir Land Trust.

 

A separate or additional donation may be made to The John Muir Land Trust

at the following link... https://give.jmlt.org/give/194366/

 

Featured musicians for the event are:

 >  Maki Ishi Sowash, violin                  >  Janet Popesco Archibald, oboe & English Horn

 >  Michael Long, violin                         >  Zachariah Spellman, tuba

 >  Paul Ehrlich, viola                            >  Karen Hutchinson, keyboard

 >  Victoria Ehrlich, cello

 

Venue’s Comment:  The previous show sold out 45 days in advance.  Additional showtimes will not be added.  Be sure to get your tickets as soon as possible!

IMPORTANT: This is a live indoor show.

Current Contra Costa County regulations allow maskless

audiences, however, wearing a mask is strongly recommended.

Get a bite before or after the show.

Check with the restaurant for hours and reservations.

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