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Fall 2014 & Spring 2014 Theatre Productions
information will be coming soon - please check back!

NEW PLAY FESTIVAL

The 12th Annual Festival of New Plays
May 2015

Student-directed world premiere productions of scripts by local playwrights!
For more information, call 468-3172.

Coming next May, 2015 - information about how to get involved coming soon!

 

Mendocino College Center Theatre
1000 Hensley Creek Road, Ukiah

Call 468-3172 for tickets and information.

Age recommendations: Some of the plays may explore mature themes.
Recommended for mature audiences ages 13 and older.


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This site will be updated as we gather information about the upcoming Theatre Performances

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You can now purchase tickets online - click on the image above to visit the

Box Office for the Arts Council of Mendocino County


 

Reid Edelman

REID EDELMAN

Associate Professor, Theatre Arts
Theatre Program Director
Mendocino College


(707) 468-3172

redelman@mendocino.edu

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Reid Edelman (Associate Professor, Theatre Arts program director) has directed more than 60 professional, community and school theatre productions and acted in dozens of others. From 1987-1995, he was the founding Artistic Director of San Francisco's Harvest Theatre Company. His other professional theatre credits include directing the Drama as Discovery Institute at Boston's Huntington Theatre Company and freelance directing work with the Marin Theatre Company Playwright's Lab and "The Playground" play development program.

Prior to moving to Ukiah in 2000, Reid taught for thirteen years at Lick-Wilmerding High School in San Francisco where he chaired the school's Performing Arts Department. He received his BA in Drama and English from Stanford University and his M.Ed. from Harvard's Graduate School of Education. He has also trained as an actor at Rutgers' Professional Acting Training Program and at The American Conservatory Theatre. His acting credits include performances with Ukiah Players Theatre Company, San Francisco Shakespeare Festival, The Marin Shakespeare Company, The Harvest Theatre Company and The San Francisco International Theatre Festival.


 

 

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