Spring has arrived

“Come, we burn daylight, ho!”

– Romeo & Juliet

We welcome the lengthening days…
Let us rise in the light and bask on stones in the sun!
Or however you best fill the hours with the joy of nature and creative discovery.

Thank you Gala attendees for celebrating the equinox with us,
and for helping kick off our 2016 season with your tremendous support.

We raised $50,000 for site-integrated theatre!

to all our supporters,
our inaugural award winner – Ruth Tringham,
our fabulous culinary artist – Andrea Blum,
our 35 volunteers and 22 in-kind donors.
What a joyous occasion, a fitting spring celebration of art, new life and community!

We’re soon heading into our April residency at the Montalvo Arts Center

Stay tuned via social media for live-from-the-studio reports from our cast and creative team as we immerse ourselves in the world of the play, dig into the text, develop dances and sword fights and swoon under the stars. 

Join us at one of four stunning sites for this interactive performance and party –
 an elaborate prelude to our full scale production later this summer

We wish you rambunctious adventures with your nearest and dearest,
along with quiet moments of stillness
for savoring the tiny blossoms and sweetly scented air of spring.

boundless gratitude for life and love!


OZY Magazine
Video & Interview

with Ava Roy,
our Artistic Director


Open Studio
& Exploration of Masks

at Montalvo Arts Center
Saturday April 16
free and open to the public


The Capulet Ball

Masquerade Ball and Performance
at four fabulous venues this May and June

Love is in the air at this performance-infused party! Don a mask, brush shoulders with Capulet nobility, enjoy fantastic food and drink –  even dance with your favorite character. Click here for our brief guide to each unique venue, and decide when and where to join the Capulets for the grande fête!

Equinox Excursions

Mid-March through mid-April is best time of year to visit Golden Gate Park’s Dutch Windmill and Tulip Garden. This garden was gifted to the city in 1902 by Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands. The cherry blossoms at the park’s Japanese Tea Garden are in full bloom as well.