Main Stage Series

U.S. Drag
by Gina Gionfriddo
February 5 - February 28, 2016

2nd Stage Series

Too Much, Too Much, Too Many
by Meghan Kennedy
March 25 - April 10, 2016


Main Stage Series

When the Rain Stops Falling
by Andrew Bovell
May 6 - May 29, 2016

2nd Stage Series 

Anna Christie
by Eugene O'Neill
June 17 - July 3, 2016

Main Stage Series

Wild Boy
by Oliver Goldstick
July 29 - August 1, 2016

2nd Stage Series

Waiting for Godot 
by Samuel Beckett




Main Stage Series

by Sharr White
November 20 - December 13

Main Stage Series

By Liz Duffy Adams
May 29 - June 21


Main Stage Series

The Voice of the Prairie
By John Olive
May 29 - June 21

2nd Stage Series

Lo Speziale
by Joseph Haydn, libretto by Carlo Goldoni
Produced by Bay Opera Collaborative
July 10 - July 26


Main Stage Series

The Columnist
By David Auburn
May 29 - June 21

2nd Stage Series

The Star Without A Name
By Mihail Sebastien
Produced, translated, adapted and directed by Ana-Catrina Buchser
April 17 - May 3

Main Stage Series

Show People
By Paul Weitz
February 27 - March 22

2nd Stage Series

The Libation Bearers
by Aeschylus
Produced & directed by Tunuviel Luv
January 16 - February 1




Main Stage Series

by Kate Fodor
January 17 - February 9
adapted from the George Bernard Shaw novel An Unsocial Socialist
by Jeffrey Hatcher
April 11 - May 4, 2014
by Ron Hutchinson
August 15 - September 7
adapted by Stephen Mallatratt
October 10 - November 2
by Sharr White
November 21 - December 14
Inaugural 2nd Stages Season
Some Girl(s)
By Neil LaBute, produced & directed by Jeffrey Lo
March 7 - March 16, 2014
by Harold Pinter, produced & directed by Jenny Hollingworth
June 6 - 15, 2014

Take Me Out
by Richard Greenberg, produced by Dale Albright
July 11 - 20, 2014
produced and created by Lessa Bouchard
September 19 - September 28



After Ashley

by Gina Gionfriddo
January 25 - February 17
(our first show in Redwood City)

Les Liaisons Dangereuses
book by Choderlos de Laclos
play adapted by Christopher Hampton
April 19 - May 12

New Play Development Factory
May 24 - June 9

Becky's New Car
by Steven Dietz
July 12th - August 4th

And Miss Reardon Drinks A Little
By Paul Zindel
August 30th - September 22nd

Rich And Famous
by John Guare
October 11th - November 3rd

by David Mamet
November 22nd - December 15th


Marvin's Room

by Scott McPherson
Jan. 20 – Feb. 12

by William Mastrosimone 
March 23 – April 15

Wonderful World
By Richard Dresser 
May 25 - June 17

The Little Dog Laughed

By Douglas Carter-Beane

September 14 - October 7


By Sharyn Rothstein

November 9 - December 2



Private Eyes

by Steven Dietz
Jan. 21 – Feb. 13

Bad Dates
by Theresa Rebeck 
April 1 – April 17

Tongue of a Bird
By Ellen McLaughlin 
May 27 - June 19

A Streetcar Named Desire
by Tennessee Williams
July 29 – Aug. 21

Sister Cities
by Colette Freedman
Sept. 30 – Oct. 23

Stones in His Pockets
by Marie Jones
Nov. 11 – Dec. 4

















An Adult Evening of Shel Silverstein

Jan. 22nd -  Feb. 14

Burn This

by Lanford Wilson
Mar. 12th – April 4th

Anton in Show Business

Jane Martin
April 30th – May 23rd


by Edward Albee
July 16
th – Aug. 8th

Love Song

by John Kolvenbach
Sept. 10
th – Oct. 3rd

The Turn of the Screw

Adapted by Jeffrey Hatcher
from the story by Henry James
Nov. 5
th – Nov. 28th



Greater Tuna
by Jaston Williams, Joe Sears, & Ed Howard
January 30th – March 1st

The Cocktail Hour
by A.R. Gurney
April 17th – May 10th

A Girl’s Guide to Chaos
by Cynthia Heimel
July 17th – August 9th

The Memory of Water
by Shelagh Stephenson
August 21st – September 13th

Side Man
by Warren Leight
November 13th – December 6th


A Delicate Balance
by Edward Albee
Feb. 15 - Mar. 9

The Country Club
by Douglas Carter Beane
April 18 - May 11

Rough Crossing
by Tom Stoppard
July 11 -  Aug. 3

Spinning Into Butter
by Rebecca Gilman
Sept. 26 - Oct 19

Six Years; A West Coast Premier
by Sharr White
Nov. 7- 30


Humble Boy
By:  Charlotte Jones
Jan. 12 – Feb. 4

Maybe, Baby It’s You
By:  Charlie Shanian & Shari Simpson
Mar. 2 – 25

The Gingerbread Lady
By:  Neil Simon
April 20 – May 13

As Bees in Honey Drown
By:  Douglas Carter Beane
June 8 – 24

By: Jerome McDonough
July 27 – Aug. 19

Chekhov in Yalta
By: John Driver & Jeffrey Haddow
Sept. 21 – Oct. 14

The Smell of the Kill
By:  Michelle Lowe
Nov. 2 – 1



The first season in the newly-built Dragon Theatre in downtown Palo Alto.

Heidi Chronicles
by Wendy Wasserstein
Feb. 23 – Mar. 19

North Shore Fish
by Israel Horovitz
(all teen show)
May 4 – May 21

The Art of Dining
by Tina Howe
June 8 – July 2

The Caucasian Chalk Circle
by Bertolt Brecht
Aug. 3 – Aug. 27

The Underpants
by Steve Martin
Sept. 21 – Oct. 15

Brilliant Traces
by Cindy Lou Johnson
Nov. 2 – Nov. 19


No Exit
by Jean-Paul Sartre
The Pear Avenue Theatre, Mountain View

Cloud 9
by Caryl Churchill
The Pear Avenue Theatre, Mountain View

An Evening of Opera & Song
Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts
Second Stage


Love of a Pig
by Leslie Caveny
The Pear Avenue Theatre, Mountain View

by David Marshall Grant
co-production with theatre Q
Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts-
Second Stage, Mountain View


Assorted Flavors - A Showcase
Palo Alto Art Center, Palo Alto

Collected Stories
by Donald Margulies
The Pear Avenue Theatre, Mountain View


All in the Timing
by David Ives
MACLA in San Jose


by Nicholas Kazan
Theatre of Yugen/Noe Space in San Francisco


We were brand new to the Bay Area and we were making friends.
Dragon just got our non-profit status and we were in pre-production for Bloodmoon by Nicholas Kazan.

































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