Bloomsday

By Steven Dietz

July 29, 2017 September 10, 2017

"Frisky, humorous and incandescent"

- Seattle Times

1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (28 votes, average: 3.75 out of 5)
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Description


In Steven Dietz’s new love story, time travel and James Joyce help illuminate the lives of Robbie and Cat, who meet on a fateful day in Ireland. With warmth and humor, Dietz examines the nature of love at first sight and the one that got away.

Cast


Brittni Barger
Caithleen
Steven Sherman
Robbie
Rebecca Dines
Cait
Dave Pierini
Robert

Crew


Buck Busfield
Producing Artistic Director
Elizabeth Nunziato
Director
Greg Parker
Stage Manager
Paulette Sand-Gilbert
Costume Designer

Comments


Looking forward to seeing Bloomsday today at 5pm! Sounds like it’s going to be cute and intersting play.

Bertha
July 29, 2017

Me and my gal love B Street and man, what a great show for a really great date night. We found the story line super easy to follow so it seemed to us that the actors were free to pour themselves into their roles and have fun. Super romantic and funny and fun.

And it just wouldn’t be fair to fail to mention the entire staff. All are so, so friendly and welcoming. We feel a part of at B Street and will become subscribers in 2018!!

Way to knock another one out of the park B Street.

Andrew Robinson
August 2, 2017

Bloomsday made me feel all the feels!
I cried and I laughed. Highly recommended!

Joan
August 3, 2017

B Street is always a great experience and this production did not disappoint. We have been subscribers for a few years and have always loved attending this theater. What a great gift to the people of Sacramento.

Chris
August 4, 2017

Just saw Bloomsday…. It was riveting!! Touching in many ways!

Camille
August 4, 2017

Very entertaining and enjoyable. Thought provoking to think about the decisions we make in life. Great job by the four actors. Thank you!

MaryAnn
August 4, 2017

A lovely ride. We were ‘caught up in the moment’ for the entire piece.

Marv
August 5, 2017

I can’t believe that the Sacramento Bee would even consider let alone really discontinue the arts and theater section of the paper. Sounds like a good way to lose subscribers.

Jean Reynolds
August 5, 2017

As an Irish immigrant I was not disappointed by this production! The accents weren’t bad at all! I loved the story line of decisions made long ago. It was quite moving, and although there were laughs, I DID wipe away a tear or two!
Nice job! Thank you!

Clara
August 6, 2017

A deeply emotional play! The cast is perfect. Brittni Barger’s luminous performance captivates from the start. See this play now!

Alan Balch
August 14, 2017

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