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An Audience with Meow Meow

Written by and starring Meow Meow
Choreography by Tiger Martina
Music Supervision by Lance Horne
Adapted and directed by Emma Rice

Main Season · Roda Theatre
September 5–October 19, 2014
World premiere

International singing sensation and über-award-winning comedienne Meow Meow has wowed audiences from the lights of London’s West End to the backrooms of Berlin to the sails of the Sydney Opera House and the opium dens of Shanghai. Finally, she brings her electrifying endowments to our lucky shores for a theatrical world premiere of gargantuan proportions, adapted and directed by Emma Rice (Tristan & Yseult, The Wild Bride). An Audience with Meow Meow has it all: sizzling songs, blow-torch wit, dancing boys, and a spectacular set – and a story of a celebrated diva teetering on the curtain’s edge of dreams and reality. Looking for love and poised to rise from the ashes, she believes that a song – and her audience – truly can change the world. You are the perfect audience and she is…the extraordinary Meow Meow.




Party People

By UNIVERSES (Steven Sapp, Mildred Ruiz-Sapp, and William Ruiz, aka Ninja)
Developed and directed by Liesl Tommy
Thrust Stage · October 17–November 16, 2014

Get ready for a hyperkinetic mix of live video, hip hop, jazz, rock, gospel, blues, Latin rhythms, and spoken word as the explosive theatre ensemble UNIVERSES rocks and unlocks the radical and complicated legacy of the Black Panthers and Young Lords in this high-wattage fusion of story and song. “A dazzling creation,” says KLCC Radio.

Party People was developed in The Ground Floor, Berkeley Rep’s Center for the Creation and Development of New Work.




Red Hot Patriot: The Kick-Ass Wit of Molly Ivins

By Margaret Engel and Allison Engel
Directed by David Esbjornson
Starring Kathleen Turner
Roda Theatre · November 21, 2014–January 4, 2015

In her Berkeley Rep debut, two-time Tony and Oscar nominee Kathleen Turner is all smarts and sass as the brassy, sharp-witted journalist and best-selling author, recounting her political rants and personal reflections with a liberal dose of piss and vinegar. “Absolutely wonderful, entertaining and illuminating,” lauds Huffington Post.




X’s and O’s (A Gridiron Love Story)

By KJ Sanchez with Jenny Mercein
Directed by Tony Taccone
Thrust Stage · January 16–March 1, 2015
World Premiere

Based on brutally honest and heartrending interviews with players, their families, and their fans about traumatic brain injuries and their impact on football, X’s and O’s (A Gridiron Love Story) is a gripping new play commissioned by Berkeley Rep that takes an unflinching look at the lives and loves around this singularly American sport – and the lingering questions it asks of us all.

X’s and O’s (A Gridiron Love Story) was commissioned by Berkeley Rep and developed in The Ground Floor, Berkeley Rep’s Center for the Creation and Development of New Work.




Tartuffe

By Molière
Adapted by David Ball
Directed by Dominique Serrand
Roda Theatre · March 13–April 12, 2015

“As spellbinding as a deadly snake charmed from its basket…” This modern interpretation of Molière’s most popular play – featuring a hypnotic Steven Epp as the deceitful hypocrite– is as intense and incisive as the day it was written, and just as entertaining. “Both brooding drama and zippy farce…a stylistic triumph,” says the Minneapolis Star Tribune.




Head of Passes

By Tarell Alvin McCraney
Directed by Tina Landau
Thrust Stage · April 10–May 24, 2015

“Unbelievably powerful…beautiful…an extraordinary play,” raves WBEZ Radio. MacArthur “Genius” Award winner Tarell Alvin McCraney and preeminent director Tina Landau team up for this poignant and poetic new play about the journey of family and faith, trial and tribulation – coming straight from its acclaimed world premiere in Chicago.

Head of Passes was developed in The Ground Floor, Berkeley Rep’s Center for the Creation and Development of New Work.




One Man, Two Guvnors

By Richard Bean
Directed by David Ivers
Roda Theatre · May 8–June 21, 2015
West Coast premiere

Join Francis in the fun as he leads you through this topsy-turvy world of love triangles and mistaken identities. It’s more than a sassy update of Carlo Goldoni’s classic knee-slapper, A Servant of Two Masters. It’s a brilliantly delicious mash-up of splendid comedy, British pantomime, and music-hall revues. “Gut-busting,” says the Hollywood Reporter.