Upcoming Shows

B Street Theatre is always hunting for the best shows to present to Northern California’s appreciators of live theatre. We strive to bring you contemporary works, uproarious comedies, thoughtful dramas, and engaging family shows. Many of the shows we produce are world, national, or California premiers if not original pieces tailor made for B Street audiences. Below you’ll find details on the next amazing pieces that will be gracing our stages.

Mainstage Series
Best Brothers

Family Series
Anansi the Spider

B3 Series
Grounded, JUL 7 – AUG 8
Bars and Measures, AUG 18 – SEP 19


Mainstage Series

Best Brothers

By Daniel MacIvor
AUG 1 – SEP 13


Family Series

Anansi the Spider

An Original Adaptation by Dave Pierini
OCT 3 – NOV 8

INTRODUCING! Anansi, the Spider! One of the GREAT folk heroes of the world! He is a rogue, a mischief maker, and a wise, lovable creature who triumphs over larger foes. These African folktales will delight all ages.

Opening

October 3, 2015

Show Times

Saturday and Sundays 1pm & 4pm

Tickets

$23-$35, $15 Preview, $5 Student Rush (Valid College ID required)


B3 Series

Grounded at B Street Theatre

Grounded

By George Brant
JUL 7 – AUG 8

From the award-winning playwright of Elephant’s Graveyard, George Brant, comes the story of an ace fighter pilot who’s career in the sky is ended early due to an unexpected pregnancy. Reassigned to operate military drones from a windowless trailer outside Las Vegas, she hunts terrorists by day and returns to her family each night. As the pressure to track a high-profile target mounts, the boundaries begin to blur between the desert in which she lives and the one she patrols half a world away.

Opening

July 7, 2015

Show Times

Tuesdays thru Fridays at 7PM; Thursday matinee at 2PM; Saturdays at 8PM; Sundays at 1PM.

Tickets

$23-$35, $15 Preview, $5 Student Rush (Valid College ID required)

Additional Show Information


B3 Series

Bars and Measures

By Idris Goodwin
AUG 20 – SEP 19

Commissioned by B Street Theatre, Bars and Measures is the fascinating tale of two brothers. One a classical pianist. The other a jazz bass player. One a Christian. The other a Muslim. One living in freedom. The other in jail. Separated by bars, the brothers try to reconcile their differences through the language they know best. Music. A beautiful journey through faith, family, melody and time. Mr. Goodwin is the award winning author of How We Got On, presented at B Street in 2012.

Opening

August 18, 2015

Show Times

Tuesdays thru Fridays at 7PM; Thursday matinee at 2PM; Saturdays at 8PM; Sundays at 1PM.

Tickets

$23-$35, $15 Preview, $5 Student Rush (Valid College ID required)


Titles and run dates may change based on availability.