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REVIEW: Greg & Suzanne Angeo / For All Events / "The Price"

"Good Casting Makes for Powerful, Engrossing 'Price'...The audience had a powerful response to the excellent chemistry and performance of the cast � a standing ovation.">

Greg and Suzanne Angeo
For All Events

REVIEW: David Templeton - KRCB Second Row Center "The Price"

" 'The Price' is a thick, meaty stew of a play, powerfully directed by Sheri Lee Miller... It’s the kind of play that leaves its viewers with a head-full of chewy thoughts and assumptions, a dose of heavy drama presented with a gorgeously light touch."

David Templeton
KRCB Second Row Center

REVIEW - The Price - Argus Courier by Katie Watts

‘The Price’ reveals choices faced by all
"We have come to expect quality from Cinnabar Theater productions and are not disappointed by Scenic Designer David Lear’s wonderful set, Wayne Hovey’s ingenious lighting design or Lisa Eldredge’s evocative costumes. We are equally pleased by the actors."

Katie Watts
Petaluma Argus Courier

REVIEW Cinnabar Theater "The Price"

" 'The Price,' by Arthur Miller, is an intriguing family drama,,,The four actors in this play did a great job of making me care about the story and what was happening on stage.....definitely entertaining."

Kim Murphey

REVIEW "The Price" - Southern Sonoma County Life
"Director Sheri Lee Miller has dished up a slice of classy New York pie for Sonoma County playgoers with her deft production of Arthur Miller's 'The Price' at Cinnabar Theater in Petaluma."

Frances Rivetti
Southern Sonoma County Life

Join us on Saturday, March 30, at 5:30 pm for an enlightening preshow soireé at the Sonoma Valley Portworks, 613 2nd St., Petaluma (at the Foundry Wharf). Enjoy light supper and wine, and hear Sheri Lee Miller, Director of The Price, talk about the play, Miller's legacy to the theater, and her special connection to Miller's work.. Cinnalounges are special to CinnaClub Members: donors at the $500 level or more.

March 22-April 7, 2013 Buy Tickets to Cinnabar Theater online now
Sunday April 7 SOLD OUT!
The Price

by Arthur Miller
Sheri Lee Miller, Director

The brilliant, powerful and deeply moving play that marked Miller’s triumphant return to Broadway examines with compassion, humor and rare insight, the relationship of two long-estranged brothers who meet after many years to dispose of their late father’s belongings. The New York Times calls it “…one of the most engrossing and entertaining plays that Miller has ever written. It is superbly, even flamboyantly theatrical…”

Madeleine Ashe.............Esther Franz
Samson Hood.................Victor Franz
John Shillington.............Walter Franz
*Charles Siebert....Gregory Solomon

*Member Actors Equity Association, the union of professional stage actors

Underwritten by Ken Larson and Linda Adams

Single Tickets: $25 General
$22 Seniors 65 & Over
$15 Age 22 & Under

Pre-Show Dinner at Risibisi:
$20.00 per person
Risibisi Restaurant in downtown Petaluma serves healthy, fresh, authentic Italian cuisine featuring the finest local ingredients found in Sonoma County.
Cinnabar Special Pre-Show Menu
Choice of: soup of the day
or dinner salad
Choice of: risotto of the day,
pasta of the day or chicken piccata
Plus one glass of house
primitivo or pinot grigio


154 Petaluma Blvd N Petaluma
Reservations: (707) 766-7600
Ask for the Cinnabar Pre-Show Special
*Does not include tax or tip.

LISTEN: KRCB Sonoma Spotlight host Roland Jacopetti interviews noted actor Charles Siebert about "The Price," playing at Cinnabar Theater March 22 to April 7.

Noted actor of stage and screen to star in "The Price" at Cinnabar Theater in Petaluma, by Kim Taylor Read more>>>

"The Price" of Sibling Conflict By Karen Piece Gonzalez Read more>>>

Healdsburg Actor Faces Plum Role, Press Interviews in "The Price" by Christian Kallen Read more>>>

Podcast of KSRO CenterStage for "The Price"
featuring Charles Siebert. Listen here>>>

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