In search of what is best in the human spirit 

From our start, Left Edge, has produced ambitious performances in search of what is best in ourselves and in the human spirit. This is a commitment we make across our organization, every day. We recognize that we can only accomplish this work by embracing diversity, equality, inclusion and justice. 

 

There is absolutely no place for racism and anti-Blackness of any kind in this world. It is atrocious and goes against our founding principles as an organization. We feel outraged and heartbroken over the loss of too many black and brown lives at the hands of law enforcement. 

 

We implore you to take action with us. There are so many businesses to support, causes to rally behind, rallies to attend. Members of our staff have made donations to Black Art Futures Fund (https://www.blackartfutures.org/).

 

To our Black friends, artists, students, and colleagues: we see you, and we stand firmly in solidarity with you today and in each day to come.

 

Lasting change will only occur when each and every one of us steps up, assumes responsibility and takes action to eliminate any expression of bias, prejudice and racism.

 

All of us at Left Edge Theatre

There is a long-standing theatre tradition that states "THE SHOW MUST GO ON". In light of the current world health crisis, we have moved all our shows, classes and meetings online.

Theatre has always provided an outlet for escape and inspiration during times of uncertainty. The doors to our building may be closed but our hearts are bursting open.  We have stories to share. So it is with great pride that we introduce a new way of engaging, entertaining and connecting with you.

Be in the Zoom where it happens...

until we can be in the Room where it happens

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Now Streaming

BLAME 

a live-streaming staged reading of the new play by local playwright Bob Duxbury. Directed by Argo Thompson.

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Available Soon for streaming

Season Showcase

A twist on the classic season unveiling. Our annual fundraiser in which you decide the shows we do in 20/21.

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The Flick, by Annie Baker

March 2020. Photo by Katie Kelley

 

ABOUT LEFT EDGE

Award-winning, five star entertainment in an intimate setting

Proud to be a resident theatre company of the Luther Burbank Center for the Arts, Left Edge produces a year-round season of daring plays, imaginatively staged for adventurous audiences in its own 72-seat Studio Theatre.

Founded in 2015, the company distinguishes

itself by producing contemporary plays written within the past seven years- most of which are Sonoma County premieres. 

EVERYTHING YOU NEED

TO KNOW

THE DEAL

PRICES

Online Events 

Prices vary by show

Ontage Shows

VIP Reserved: $45

General Admission: $30

Thursdays: $15

 

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6 Show Subscription $180

6 Show Flex Pass $210 

SHOW

DAYS & TIMES

 Online Events

Times vary check listings

 

Onstage Shows

Thursdays at 8pm

Fridays at 8pm

Saturdays at 8pm

Sundays at 2pm

PARKING

Left Edge Studio Theatre is located in the SOUTH PARKING LOT of the Luther Burbank Center for the Arts next to Anova School.

50 Mark West Springs Road.

Santa Rosa, CA 95403

BOX

OFFICE

Subscriptions and Single Tickets are available via this website.

Online Tickets

available on this site

 

Onstage Tickets

are available

through the Luther Burbank Center for the Arts Box Office.

 

CONTACT

QUESTIONS?

Email: Info@leftedgetheatre.com

or call 707-536-1620.

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 Left Edge Theatre is program of H-Town Youth Theatre, DBA Young Actors Studio

a non-profit organization federal id# 27-4551816.

We are a proud resident company of the Luther Burbank Center for the Arts

50 Mark West Springs Road, Santa Rosa, CA, 95403

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