The Other Place

By Sharr White

Directed by Taylor Korobow 

Produced 2017

"The drama unfolds beautifully in Taylor Korobow's finely nuanced production"

-Sam Hurwitt, The Mercury News

Robert Parsons* and Stacy Ross*

 Photo by Cheshire Isaacs 

(*courtesy of Actors' Equity Association)

Photo by Gary Quinn

The Birds

By Conor McPherson

Directed by Chloe Bronzan

(In association with Blue Panther Productions)

Produced: 2016

Robert Parsons* and Laura Lundy

(*courtesy of Actors' Equity Association)

"There’s a tense sense of
suspense in the site-specific staging by Symmetry artistic director Chloe Bronzan" 
Sam Hurwitt, The Mercury News

Photo by Chloe Bronzan

Abominable, or the Misappropriation of Beverly Onion by Forces Beyond Her Control

By Katie May

Directed by Chloe Bronzan

(In association with with PlayGround)

Produced: 2016

"...precise and intimate acting style places a whirligig of characters before our eyes, always in super-sharp satirical focus. Director Chloe Bronzan makes them delicious and hypnotic to watch."

Barry David Horwitz, TheaterStorm

Steven Westdahl and Lisa Morse*

(*courtesy of Actors' Equity Association)

Carnival Round the Central Figure

By Diana Amsterdam

Directed by Chloe Bronzan

Produced: 2013

"The performances are one of the main reasons to see Symmetry Theatre Company’s Carnival Round the Central Figure, which boasts an impressive assemblage of terrific local actors...[T]he wild theatricality and sometimes raucous humor of this three-ring circus raging beyond all reason against the dying of the light is what makes it so entertaining and makes it more than just a simple memento mori."

Sam Hurwitt, The Idiolect

Lizzie Calogero*, Velina Brown*, and El Beh

(*courtesy of Actors' Equity Association)

Photo by Doug McKechnie

It’s a highly enjoyable play and beautifully performed, nicely accentuated by a good mix of music in a variety of languages...Cho toys with a lot of fanciful ideas here to tickle the intellect, but in the end what makes the play work is the way the cast embodies the emotional reality behind them. Sometimes words just aren’t enough.

Sam Hurwitt, The Idiolect

Stacy Ross*, Gabriel Grilli*, Howard Swain*

(*courtesy of Actors' Equity Association)

Photo by Doug McKechnie

The Language Archive

By Julia Cho

Directed by Chloe Bronzan

Production: 2013

Photo by Doug McKechnie

"A fiercely inquisitive and joyfully sexy Danielle Levin…Robert Parsons' smitten, vain and at times devious Voltaire echoes the eroticism of intellect… Blythe Foster [does] lovely work as Emilie's occasional stand-in and as Voltaire's lover-niece. Colin Thomson is poignantly comic as Emilie's indulgent husband, Tyler McKenna is a sweetly infatuated last lover, and Marie Shell is aptly disapproving as her mother and other ladies…Emilie needs no defense."

Robert Hurwitt, San Francisco Chronicle

Emilie, La Marquise du Châtelet Defends Her Life Tonight

Marie Shell*, Danielle Levin*, Robert Parsons*, Tyler McKenna*

(*courtesy of Actors' Equity Association)

Photo by Bob Grace

by Lauren Gunderson

Directed by Chloe Bronzan

Produced: 2012

Photo by Pak Han

Megan Trout, Warren David Keith*

(*courtesy of Actors' Equity Association)

By Michelle Carter

Directed by Erika Chong-Shuch

Produced: 2011

Patience Worth

"Patience Worth was premiered by Symmetry Theatre Company—one of the handful or two of the Bay Area's tiny independent troupes that stage unusual shows with acting and production values that can rival the artistry of the bigger theaters."

Ken Bullock, The Berkeley Daily Planet

Show and Tell

by Anthony Clarvoe

Directed by Laura Hope

Produced: 2010

"Symmetry hopes to help address the lopsided under-casting of women in local theater (about 20 percent of Equity union jobs). "Show" is a good first step and an engrossing drama as well."

Robert Hurwitt, SF Chronicle

Chloe Bronzan

(*courtesy of Actors' Equity Association)

Photo by Jay Yamada

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