We believe that good health and yummy food should also be accompanied by great entertainment! Be sure to checkout “Little Women,” a musical adaptation now playing in Point Richmond. See you there!
Chris Treadway: ‘Little Women’ reimagined as musical in Point Richmond
The classic Louisa May Alcott novel “Little Women” comes to the stage at Masquers Playhouse in Point Richmond with a twist. The Masquers production, opening this weekend, is a musical adaptation of the stories of sisters Jo, Meg, Amy and Beth.
The singing version opens Nov. 2 and runs through Dec. 8, with performances at 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sunday matinees on Nov. 11 and Dec. 2 at the theater at 105 Park Place, across from the Hotel Mac in Point Richmond.
Jan Brown directs the cast of Anna Albanese, Tyler Barnes, Sophie Gabel-Sheinbaum, Miguel Gamalinda, Coley Grundman, Robert Love, Sophia Rose Morris, Shay Oglesby-Smith, Daniel Quezada and Melissa Tanner. Pat King handles musical direction.
General admission tickets are $20 each, available at www.masquers.org or by calling 510-232-4031.
A special $45 benefit dinner performance at 2 p.m. Nov. 18 includes dinner at the Hotel Mac.
WEST COUNTY NOTES: The Metropolitan Transportation Commission this week released its Pavement Condition Of Bay Area Jurisdictions report for 2011.
Among cities along the Interstate 80 corridor, San Pablo had the top score, with a 79, to rank at the top of the Good category, while Emeryville had a 78. Hercules had a 74 and El Cerrito and Pinole a 73, which all qualified as Good. Pinole’s pavement condition score of 69 earned a ranking of Fair.