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The Capulet Ball

Love is in the air at this performance-infused 21 and Over party, an elaborate prelude to upcoming Romeo & Juliet performances at Petaluma Adobe SHP and Villa Montalvo. We Players will transform four stunning venues throughout the greater Bay Area this spring. Don a mask, brush shoulders with Capulet nobility, enjoy fantastic music, food and drink – perhaps even dance with your favorite character!

Click any venue to learn more about its Capulet Ball

NEXT UP! Saturday June 4th, 8-11pm
Oakland ($75)

The Capulet Ball at Impact Hub Oakland

Our most urban venue for this thrilling masquerade! Hop on BART and jaunt a few blocks up bustling Broadway in vital Uptown Oakland to the spacious dance floor at Impact Hub.

Saturday June 18th, 6:30-11pm
Calistoga ($150)

The Capulet Ball at Castello di Amorosa

Cross the drawbridge to this real Tuscan-inspired castle for an elegant wine reception and a seated dinner. Dance amidst the stunning frescoes of the Great Hall and witness the lovers profess their bliss in the covered loggia.

We’ve already crushed grapes and danced en masque at:

St. Mary’s in San Francisco on Saturday May 7th, 7-10pm

We partied with the Capulets in the dark wood embrace of St. Mary’s 125-year-old church and airy spaciousness of the brick-laid courtyard.

and in San Anselmo on Saturday May 14th, 7:30-10:30pm

The Capulet Ball in San Anselmo

This sleek modern villa is a bridge spanning a seasonal creek, with acres of protected lands stretching into the hills beyond. We partied en masque in this incredible home and danced with the lovers under the stars.

Four dates. Four distinct venues. Love is in the air this spring!

Learn more- see our Capulet Ball FAQ

White Rabbit, Red Rabbit

The San Francisco International Arts Festival (SFIAF) presents Iranian playwright Nassim Soleimanpour’s “White Rabbit, Red Rabbit,” a wildly original script he sent to SFIAF when his country denied him a passport to participate in a previous festival because he declined to serve in the military.

A different actor performs the un-rehearsed script each evening, as Soleimanpour originally requested. Each actor’s performance benefits a different theater group. The Thursday, May 19, 8:00 p.m. show features We Players Artistic Director Ava Roy and tickets are just $15!