This Saturday, December 14, we will host a special holiday garage sale at City Garage from 11a to 4p!
Come by for the fun and family-friendly Bergamot Winter Open House, and stop in at our City Garage Sale! We’re offering a fun and eclectic assortment of items from past productions along with truly one-of-a-kind artisanal and artistic pieces like the canvases pictured here, generously donated by friends of the company.
We’ll also have delectable handcraft baked goods — you don’t want to miss this one!
Come for bargains on unique holiday gifts and to support City Garage! Cash or credit gladly accepted.
As the end of the year approaches, we are deeply appreciative for our patrons who help make the work of City Garage possible. As you know, our goal is to raise $25,000 before the end of the year. So far, we have raised over $10,000 and we want to express our thanks to these supporters for their gifts:
- Ruth Flinkman Marandy and Ben Marandy
- Berta Finkelstein and Bill Claiborn
- Bill Moynihan
- Nancy Sinatra
- James Crabb
- Ravi Narasimhan
- Roger Director
- Kimshelley Lessard
You still have until December 31 to add your name to the list and help us reach our goal. Please make your gift now to support theatre that is like nothing else in Southern California!
Writing Out Loud
An Evening Of Playreadings from the Playwriting Workshop with Trey Nichols
On Tuesday, December 17 @ 7:30pm hear excerpts from three plays-in-progress:
- Snow White From Queens by Diana Lee Woody
- The Heckler’s Veto by Michael Goldstein
- Stage Wars by Kurt Thum
Please join us — readings for the Playwright’s Workshop are always free of charge!
by Margaret Atwood
On Wednesday December 18th at 7:00 pm don’t miss a reading of The Penelopiad by Margaret Atwood, directed by Ann Bronston. This reading is free, and we ask you to please RSVP by calling the theatre at 310-453-9939
In The Penelopiad, Penelope and her chorus of wronged maids tell their side of Homer’s Odyssey. Adapted by Margaret Atwood from her own wry, witty and wise novella, this play is bracing take on one of Western literature’s foundational narratives.