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The Cinnabar Theater was started by Marvin Klebe, a baritone with the San Francisco Opera. He created the theater due to disenchantment with the grand operas, including too little innovation and rehearsal and not enough regard for family needs. Marvin and his wife bought the property in 1970 and it became a nonprofit in 1974, expanding in 1983. The Cinnabar Theater offers a range of plays, operas, musicals, concerts, plus youth activities. If you attend a performance, consider buying a drink or snack in the lobby, which you can bring into the theater.
Shows include professional productions, guest shows, young reps, community choruses, and fundraisers. There are also many ways to get involved, including auditioning for a performance, joining a choir, or even volunteering. There are two choirs that adults can join, a female-only and a mixed one, with both being easy to join. Volunteers can work int eh lobby, box office, or backstage.
3333 Petaluma Blvd North, Petaluma, CA, Phone: 707-763-8920
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