2018 Season

The 2018 season will be announced soon.

Pegasus History

Pegasus Theater was formed in 1998 by a group of experienced theater folk living in the Russian River area. The intention: to present quality plays; to develop theater audiences in Sonoma County; to aspire to a high level of artistic achievement, to provoke, to move, to entertain and to have fun doing it! Over the past fifteen years we have produced a wide range of plays, contemporary and classical. And in recent years we have turned our attentions to developing new playwrights and nurturing their work.

2017 Season

Artistic Director — Beulah Vega

Tempestuous Tapas 2017

Tempestuous, by Merlyn Q Sell - Directed by Beulah Vega
Tapas:2017, by northern California playwrights

Staged Readings
The Telltale Harp, by Lorelei and Laura
A Fish Story, by Richard Manley

2016 Season

Artistic Director — Beulah Vega

Don Juan in Chicago The Three Musketeers Tapas 2016 Picasso at the Lapin Agile

Don Juan in Chicago, by David Ives - Directed by Alexis Evon Christenson
The Three Musketeers, by Ken Ludwig, adapted from the novel by Alexander Dumas - Directed by Beulah Vega
Tapas:2016, by northern California playwrights
Picasso at the Lapin Agile, by Steve Martin - Directed by Matt Cadigan

Staged Readings
The Good Body, by Eve Ensler - directed by Crystal Carpenter
Shakespeare’s R & J, adapted by Joe Calarco - directed by Beulah Vega
Stupid F***ing Bird, by Aaron Posner - directed by Jacquelyn Wells
The Quality of Life, by Jane Anderson - directed by Athena Gundlach

2015 Season

Artistic Director — Beulah Vega

Beyond Therapy A Walk in the Woods Tapas 2015 A Midsummer Night’s Dream The War of the Worlds

Beyond Therapy, by Christopher Durang - Directed by Beulah Vega
A Walk in the Woods, by Lee Blessing - Directed by Darlene Kersnar
Tapas:2015, by northern California playwrights
A Midsummer Night’s Dream, by William Shakespeare - Directed by Beulah Vega
The War of the Worlds: The 1938 Radio Play, by by Howard E. Koch, adapted from the novel by H.G. Wells - Directed by Brandon Wilson

2014 Season

Artistic Director — Beulah Vega

Dr. Cook's Garden All in the Timing The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) Phoenix Tapas:2014 River Time: the Musical Other Desert Cities

Dr. Cook's Garden, by Ira Levin - Directed by Beulah Vega
All in the Timing, by David Ives - Directed by Rachel Custer and Alexis Long
The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged), by Adam Long, Daniel Singer and Jess Winfield - Directed by Nick Christenson
Phoenix, by Scott Organ - Directed by Beulah Vega
Tapas:2014, by northern California playwrights
River Time: the Musical, by Scott Kersnar - Directed by Scott Kersnar
Other Desert Cities, by Jon Robin Baitz - Directed by Jacquelyn Wells

2013 Season

Artistic Directors — Nancy Hansen & Beulah Vega

'The Duck Variations' and 'The Madness of Lady Bright' Panache Kimberly Akimbo Tapas:2013 Driving Miss Daisy Sleeping Indoors

Two One Act Plays
The Duck Variations, by David Mamet - Directed by Susan Packer
The Madness of Lady Bright, by Lanford Wilson - Directed by Darlene Kersnar
Panache, by Don Gordon - Directed by Jacquelyn Wells
Kimberly Akimbo, by David Lindsay-Abaire - Directed by Buzz Bense
Tapas:2013, by northern California playwrights - Produced by Lois Pearlman
Driving Miss Daisy, by Alfred Uhry - Directed by Nancy Hansen
Sleeping Indoors, by Jim Holt - Directed by John Rowan

2012 Season

Artistic Director — Nancy Hansen

Sylvia Norman, Is That You? Sister Cities Tapas:2012 Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol

Sylvia, by A.R. Gurney - Directed by Beulah Vega
Norman, Is That You?, by Ron Clark & Sam Brobick - Directed by John Rowan and Diz Struffles
Sister Cities, by Colette Freedman - Directed by Jacquelyn Wells
Tapas:2012, by northern California playwrights - Produced by Lois Pearlman
Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol, by Tom Mula - Directed by Mark Gregory

2011 Season

Artistic Directors — Diana Grogg & Nancy Hansen

Charley's Aunt Over the River and Through the Woods Avow Tapas:2011 Sherlock's Last Case Lux Radio Hour's Miracle on 34th Street

Charley's Aunt, by Brandon Thomas - Directed by Beulah Vega
Over the River and Through the Woods, by Joe DiPietro - Directed by Diana Grogg
Avow, by Bill C. Davis - Directed by Buzz Bense
Tapas:2011, by northern California playwrights - Produced by Lois Pearlman
Sherlock's Last Case, by Charles Marowitz - Directed by Diana Grogg
Lux Radio Hour's Miracle on 34th Street, Radio Play - Directed by Lois Pearlman

2010 Season

Artistic Directors — Nancy Hansen & Diana Grogg

Tapas:2010 The Oldest Profession It's a Wonderful Life: A Staged Radio Play with Music

Tapas:2010, by northern California playwrights - Produced by Lois Pearlman
The Oldest Profession, by Paula Vogel - Directed by Nancy Hansen
It's a Wonderful Life: A Staged Radio Play with Music - Directed by Lois Pearlman

2009 Season

Artistic Directors — Jacquelyn Wells, Mark Gregory & Nancy Hansen

Tapas:2009 Driving Miss Daisy The Santaland Diaries

Tapas:2009, by northern California playwrights - Produced by Lois Pearlman
Driving Miss Daisy, by Alfred Uhry - Directed by Nancy Hansen
Isn't It Fabulous, by David Beckman - Directed by Scott Kersnar
The Santaland Diaries, by David Sedaris - Directed by Buzz Bense

2008 Season

Artistic Directors — Russell Kaltschmit & Jacquelyn Wells

Tapas:2008 A Perfect Ganesh The Learned Ladies Eastern Standard Art American Gothic: Tales by Edgar Allen Poe The Holly Day Show

Tapas:2008, by northern California playwrights - Produced by Lois Pearlman
A Perfect Ganesh, by Terrence McNally - Directed by Peter Cooper
The Learned Ladies, by Moliere translated by Richard Wilbur - Directed by Michael Tabib
Eastern Standard, by Richard Greenberg - Directed by Buzz Bense
Art, by Yasmina Reza, translation by Christopher Hampton - Directed by Nancy Hansen
American Gothic: Tales by Edgar Allen Poe, by Edgar Allen Poe - Directed by Mark Gregory
The Holly Day Show, Community Show - Directed by Andrea Van Dyke

2007 Season

Artistic Director — Nancy Hansen

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Proof Jeffrey The Sugar Bean Sisters 'Night, Mother The Holly Day Show

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, by Edward Albee - Directed by Michael Tabib
Proof, by David Auburn - Directed by Jacquelyn Wells
Jeffrey, by Paul Rudnick - Directed by Mark Gregory
The Sugar Bean Sisters, by Nathan Sanders - Directed by Peter Cooper
'Night, Mother, by Marsha Norman - Directed by Russell Kaltschmidt
The Holly Day Show, Community Show - Directed by Andrea Van Dyke

2006 Season

Artistic Director — Nancy Hansen

Dim Sum Parade Ghosts Awkward Moments Sweet Jesus Swimming in the Shallows Picasso at the Lapin Agile Tapas:2006 The Glass Menagerie The Holly Day Show

Dim Sum Parade, an Original new play by Scott Kersnar - Directed by Scott Kersnar
Ghosts, by Henrik Ibsen - Directed by Mark Gregory
Awkward Moments; a selection of One Act plays
Sweet Jesus, by Nathan Sanders (A World Premiere) - Directed by Buzz Bense
Sure Thing, by David Ives - Directed by Buzz Bense
Andre's Mother, by Terrence McNally - Directed by David Wright
The Wibbly Wobbly, Wiggly Dance that Cleopatterer Did, by Terrence McNally - Directed by David Wright
The Actor’s Nightmare, by Christopher Durang - Directed by Jon Gale
Speak the Speech Again! (A selection of Shakespearean scenes) - Directed by Mark Gregory
Swimming in the Shallows, by Adam Bock - Directed by Russell Kaltschmidt
Picasso at the Lapin Agile, by Steve Martin - Directed by Jacquelyn Wells
Tapas:2006, by northern California playwrights - Produced by Lois Pearlman
The Glass Menagerie, by Tennessee Williams - Directed by Peter Cooper
The Holly Day Show, Community Show - Directed by Andrea Van Dyke

2005 Season

Artistic Director — Nancy Hansen

Speak the Speech Death Trap The Odd Couple Crimes of the Heart Don Juan in Hell Bent The Holly Day Show

Speak the Speech, A montage of Shakespeare monologues conceived by Mark Gregory - Directed by Nancy Hansen
Death Trap, by Ira Levin - Directed by Jeff Hettinger
The Odd Couple, by Neil Simon - Original version directed by Mark Gregory, Female version directed by Sharon Hawthorne
Crimes of the Heart, by Beth Henley - Directed by Peter Cooper
Don Juan in Hell, by George Bernard Shaw - Directed by Robert Wilson
Bent, by Martin Sherman - Directed by Russell Kaltschmidt
The Holly Day Show coordinated by Andrea Van Dyke, featuring music by Dan Patchin

2004 Season

Artistic Director — Nancy Hansen

Blithe Spirit Cat on a Hot Tin Roof Steel Magnolias The Little Foxes

Blithe Spirit, by Noel Coward - Directed by Peter Cooper
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, by Tennessee Williams - Directed by Russell Kaltschmidt
Steel Magnolias, by Robert Harling - Directed by Peter Cooper
The Little Foxes, by Lillian Hellman - Directed by Robert Wilson

2003 Season

Artistic Directors — Michael Tabib & Nancy Hansen

Boys Next Door Sordid Lives Lips Together, Teeth Apart

The Boys Next Door, by Tom Griffin - Directed by Michael Tabib
Sordid Lives, by Del Shores - Directed by Peter Cooper
Lips Together, Teeth Apart, by Terrence McNally - Directed by Russell Kaltschmidt

2002 Season

Artistic Director — Michael Tabib

All My Sons Orpheus Descending Zoo Story

All My Sons, by Arthur Miller - Directed by Peter Cooper
Orpheus Descending, by Tennessee Williams - Directed by Michael Tabib
An Evening of One Act Plays
Zoo Story, by Edward Albee - Directed by Russell Kaltschmidt
Chamber Music, by Arthur Kopit - Directed by Robert Wilson

2001 Season

Artistic Director — Michael Tabib

Marvin's Room One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest Obsessions

Marvin's Room, by Scott McPherson - Directed by Sharon Hawthorne
One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, by Dale Wasserman - Directed by Robert Wilson
Obsessions: A Group of One Act Plays
Finding the Sun, by Edward Albee - Directed by Peter Cooper
Landscape, by Harold Pinter - Directed by Regan Durrant
A Chance Meeting, by Frederick Stroppel - Directed by Brian Newberg

2000 Season

Artistic Director — Michael Tabib

The Importance of Being Earnest PrivateLives

The Importance of Being Ernest, by Oscar Wilde - Directed by Michael Tabib
Private Lives, by Noel Coward - Directed by Robert Wilson

1999 Season

Artistic Director — Michael Tabib

Spoon River Anthology, by Edgar Lee Masters
Medea Staged Reading, by Robinson Jeffers

1998 Season

Artistic Director — Michael Tabib

The Taming of the Shrew

Taming of the Shrew, by William Shakespeare - Directed by Michael Tabib