“Yesterday Again” Opens at Sixth Street Playhouse

 

Yesterday Again follows the stories of Eric Baxter and Bella Kadie in childhood, adolescence, and adulthood—simultaneously. The play explores how people change, the stories that thread throughout our lives, and the ripple effects of trauma. Poetic in its form and honest in its portrayals, this original theatre piece promises a new way of storytelling; one where three distinct periods of life intersect, interweave, and in their interplay, reveal a dark truth about human nature.  The show is directed by Sheri Lee Miller.

CAST: Tice Allison, John Browning, Lyla Elmassian Isaac Jay, Alyssa Jirrels, Pam Koppel, Lucy London, Barry Martin, Craig A. Miller, Sharia Pierce, Olivia Marie Rooney,Andy Templeton, Jack Wolff, Maxx Zweers

ABOUT THE PLAYWRIGHT: At 14, award-winning playwright Dezi Gallegos co-wrote Prop 8 Love Stories which toured to NYC and was later published. At 17, he wrote, produced, and directed Quite Dead which premiered at Cinnabar Theater to sold out audiences. At 18, his one man-show God Fights the Plague received a 16-show run at The Marsh in San Francisco, and his play Hamlet’s Orphans was nominated for Best Original Script by the SF Bay Area Theater Critics Circle. 19-year-old Gallegos, now the recipient of the inaugural Annette Lust Award for “Promising Theatrical Talent,” has written a new show, his most ambitious and moving to date.

Yesterday Again premieres at 6th Street Playhouse and is co-produced by Natalie Herman & Dezi Gallegos, 6th Street Playhouse, and Lucky Penny Productions.

July 24 – August 2, 2015

Fri & Sat at 8:00
Sun at 2:00:

General $25
Senior (62+) $20
Youth (13-21) $20
Children (5-12) $10