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September 18, 2020

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San Benito Stage Company adapts to era of Covid-19

The year 2020 was supposed to be a celebratory one for San Benito Stage Company.  Its 20th revival season...

The Maine Event Downtown

There’s a little-known town in the state of Maine, where temperatures are low, relationships are ever-changing, and surreal experiences are commonplace. San Benito Stage Company...

A groovy happening in Hollister

Hollister theater-lovers, get ready to be shaken up this weekend. San Benito Stage Company’s teen musical, “All Shook Up,” opens Friday at the Granada...

Big spenders in downtown Hollister

The Granada Theatre in Hollister has always been known for entertainment. On Saturday, the venue that once played Hollywood movies was the scene of...
children actors in Granada theatre performance Seussical

Kids of ‘Seussical, Jr.’ dazzle

If Horton has ever heard a Who, it’s most definitely on the set of Seussical Jr., at San Benito Stage Company’s Granada Theatre. Produced by...

‘Mary Poppins’ show is a family affair

The San Benito Stage Company’s run of Mary Poppins at the Granada Theatre has a family-friendly touch from the production team all the way down to the audience.

‘Don’t Dress for Dinner’ opens Friday at Paine’s

Identities, love stories, affairs and humor tangle together in the San Benito Stage Company’s newest theater production, which opens Friday in downtown Hollister.

Top 5: Jazz Under the Stars, Tractor show and more

Jazz Under the Stars: The Homeless Coalition of San Benito County will host its eighth annual Jazz Under the Stars fundraiser July 27, from 6 to 9 p.m., at St. Benedict’s Hall, 1200 Fairview Road. The event will feature Magnolia Jazz Band, food, wine and a silent auction. Tables are available for 10 people for $500 or individual tickets are available for $50 per person. Diamond Sponsors get a table for 10 for $1,000. The event is outdoors and is open to guests 21 and older. To RSVP, call Doug Emerson at 831-637-8399.

Kids rock the stage

As the temperature kicked up last week so did the anticipation for the fun-filled week of Kids Rule Theatre Camp. Kristy Burchard, the founder and director of the program, and her team of volunteering teens and adults were ready to rock another summer of phenomenal performances. After much preparation, everyone was ready to kick off the program’s 11th year at Sacred Heart Parish School. Many of the people who helped make this program possible can be described as one big theatrical family. I was extremely fortunate to be part of this family once again as a camp counselor for one of the groups.

Digest: Special-needs workshop, Chamberlain’s barbecue and more

Strengthening special families parent training