By Sharr White
November 20 through
December 13, 2015
Brian P. Luce
A timely and thought provoking drama by Sharr White (6 Years and The Other Place, Dragon 2008 and 2014 seasons), Sunlight tackles the polarity of the post-9/11 world. A liberal university president wages a ferocious war against a conservative law school dean who writes legal memos justifying torture—and who also happens to be his son-in-law. His daughter, a 9/11 survivor, is caught between her father and husband as the family’s personal and political worlds collide.
Tom Bleecker as Matt
Monica Cappuccini as Maryanne
Marjorie Hazeltine as Charlotte
Ben Ortega as Vincent
Director: Brian P. Luce
Stage Manager: Jesse Ploog
Assistant Stage Manager: Daniela Talavera
Set Designer: Jesse Ploog
Master Carpenter: Ashley Taylor Frampton
Lighting Designer: William Campbell
Sound Designer: Brittany S. Mellerson
Properties Designer: Beth Covey-Snedegar
Graphic Designer: Maggie Ziomek
Executive Artistic Director: Meredith Hagedorn
Production Manager: Ashley Taylor Frampton
Managing Director and Press Inquiries: Kimberly Wadycki
Box Office Manager: Josiah Frampton
Company Manager: Linda Olbourne
Thursdays - Saturdays at 8pm; Sundays at 2pm
Pay-What-You-Will Preview Thursday, November 19, 8pm
Opening night gala Friday, November 20th after the show
Post-show discussion with the cast & director Sunday, December 6th
PLEASE NOTE: There is NO performance on Thanksgiving, November 26
Buy your tickets today using the buttons on the left, or by leaving a voicemail at 650-493-2006 ext 2.
Reserve the VIP box for an amazing view with champagne and chocolates for only $200!
This show's rating is PG-13 for adult language and situations. Run time is approximately 2 hours and 10 minutes.
Information about parking in downtown Redwood City:
We highly recommend the County Parking Garage at Middlefield and Veteran's Parkway for free, easy parking. There is $5 valet parking on the corner of Broadway and Middlefield most weekends.
There is a major event in downtown Redwood City on Saturday, December 5th that will close Broadway Street in front of the theatre. Please allow extra time for parking on the 4th and the 5th.
This production is sponsored in part by LV Mar and Dr. Katharine Miller.