, 2023-05-05 15:00:57,
Opening with a Sunday picnic, California Shakespeare Theater (Cal Shakes) today released the details of At the Bruns.
Organizers say the new series will showcase music, comedy, and theater. All events are scheduled to be performed at the Bruns Memorial Amphitheater from May through October 2023. Full details below as provided by Cal Shakes.
“We’re excited to bring this new summer performing arts series to our families, friends, and neighbors”, says Clive Worsley, Executive Director of Cal Shakes. “At the Bruns is an extension, not a replacement, of our Shakespearean roots. This year we’ll have great music on the mainstage, a site-integrated theater production, stand-up comedy, classical music and more. It’s an exciting lineup that is guaranteed to be a fun time. We hope you’ll join us back in the eucalyptus groves.”
BAY AREA STAGE
California Shakespeare Company
At the Bruns
May – October, 2023
Bruns Memorial Amphitheater
Season Opening Picnic
Sunday, May 28
Doors open at 1 p.m. for a first performance at 2 p.m., then a 4 p.m. performance.
Join us At the Bruns for a Community Showcase & Picnic on May 28. It’s an afternoon of music, food, drinks and, reconnecting with each other, and the turkeys in the Siesta Hills. Paper Moon Presents and At the Bruns are pleased to host musical guest Brightshine. This California-based quartet redefines improvisational rock by focusing on strong songs and arrangements, creating an irresistible style that is syncopated, ethereal and rocking. Brightshine is led by songwriter, singer, producer, and lead guitarist Pete Sawyer, also features Celso Alberti (Steve Winwood), Eric Levy (Night Ranger), Paul Rustigian (Freestone Peaches), Murph Murphy (Poor Man’s Whiskey) and Kara Cavanaugh (Terrapin Flyer) and other special guests! Also joining the lineup is Cardboard Coffin!
Some of the other organizations planning on joining the celebration include Cancer Support Community, The Mosaic Project, We Players, Young People’s Symphony Orchestra, and Cal Shakes Conservatory Instructors. Face painting and balloon critters will also be available. There will be food and drink available at the café.
Tickets are free but reservations are required.
Young People’s Symphony Orchestra
Sunday, June 11 a.m.–1 p.m
Led by Music Director Conductor David Ramadanoff, the Young People’s Symphony Orchestra (YPSO) performs At the Bruns on the mainstage. Founded in 1936 in Berkeley, California, YPSO is the…
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