Written by Dan Marshall
Directed by Scott Ebersold
May 7th at 7pm
Who killed Reginald Crows, the dashing renaissance man of 20th century theater, who died in the bombing of London in 1940? Eighty years after his death, a banker's box of Crows ephemera lands on the desk of Kat Davidson, a graduate student in Berkeley. The contents of that box compel Kat to scour the dusty corners of the internet where she finds herself squarely in the crosshairs of a rabid Crows preservationist. Fact bleeds into fiction in this off-beat, comic detective story
Funding for the Arts is going to take a
MASSIVE hit in 2021, as we continue to
recover from the pandemic, the economic
challenges, and the educational
challenges hindering the country right
We will need everyone's support as we
keep putting artists to work telling
stories that reflect the dreams of our
community and our nation.
We haven't been able to gather together as we normally would, but we've continued to be a resource for artists.
One way we've tried to be of service is to highlight the process creative artists go through when working, and how that might be altered right now due to isolation.
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