Hubba Hubba Revue - San Francisco. A mix of irreverent comedy, classic striptease and circus and variety act, Hubba Hubba Revue is the creation of several veterans of Bay Area nightlife, and offers a unique and highly entertaining alternative to the usual bar and nightclub scene. Rotating venues.
Livermore Shakespeare Festival - Committed to producing professional theater with two summer Shakespeare productions as well as contemporary plays. Location: Concannon Vineyard at 4590 Tesla Road in Livermore, California.
Marin Shakepeare Company - Primary programs are at its mainstage summer season at Dominican University of California's Forest Meadows Amphitheatre in San Rafael. Additionally, there are year-round classes for students of all ages and Shakespeare events throughout the year.
Shakespeare Napa Valley - Free, fresh interpretations of Shakespeare plays in Veterans' Park in downtown Napa, California.
Shakespeare Santa Cruz - A professional repertory company in residence at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Its festival was founded in 1981 and continues to be held annually each summer at UC Santa Cruz. Plays are held indoors on the UCSC Theatre Arts Mainstage and outdoors among the redwoods in the Festival Glen.
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