Deb plays Trumpet for The Music Man, SIHS, SF  7pm
Apr
7
7:00 pm19:00

Deb plays Trumpet for The Music Man, SIHS, SF 7pm

Well, Good People, I'm back in the orchestra pit for St. Ignatious HS's all-out production of "The Music Man". This is a 22 piece orchestra, with a 6 piece brass section! Woo-hoo! And the kids onstage are good ~ what's not to love! I love being back on trumpet. 

Deb plays Trumpet for The Music Man, SIHS, SF 2pm &7pm
Mar
27
Mar 28

Deb plays Trumpet for The Music Man, SIHS, SF 2pm &7pm

Well, Good People, I'm back in the orchestra pit for St. Ignatious HS's all-out production of "The Music Man". This is a 22 piece orchestra, with a 6 piece brass section! Woo-hoo! And the kids onstage are good ~ what's not to love! I love being back on trumpet. 

Deb in Love Sick, Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts Opening Night!
Feb
24
8:00 pm20:00

Deb in Love Sick, Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts Opening Night!

“Magnificent—an exciting new musical!”

—Huffington Post (read the review)

“Extraordinary!”

San Francisco Chronicle (read the review)

“Stirring!”

San Jose Mercury News (read the review)

In ancient Jerusalem, a young wife in a passionless marriage discovers she has an unseen admirer. Intrigued, she enters into a mysterious and fervent love affair, finding herself on a dizzying journey of awakening. Hailed as “extraordinary…lush…full of surprises” (San Francisco Chronicle), Love Sick is the powerful new musical that has critics and audiences on their feet. Receiving the San Francisco Chronicle’s highest rating, this “beautiful and remarkable piece of theater” (KPFA) fuses a dynamic world-music score with a story inspired by the erotic Hebrew text The Song of Songs. Featuring a “wonderfully compelling and intense” (San Jose Mercury News) tour-de-force performance by Ofra Daniel, and helmed by Broadway and West End director Christopher Renshaw, Love Sick is this season’s must-see theatrical event.

With performances first at Berkeley’s intimate Osher Theater, followed by a run at the beautiful Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts in February, Bay Area audiences are the first to experience this truly original theatrical event.

Deb in Love Sick, Mt. View Center for the Performing Arts
Feb
23
8:00 pm20:00

Deb in Love Sick, Mt. View Center for the Performing Arts

  • Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts

Magnificent—an exciting new musical!”

—Huffington Post (read the review)

“Extraordinary!”

San Francisco Chronicle (read the review)

“Stirring!”

San Jose Mercury News (read the review)

In ancient Jerusalem, a young wife in a passionless marriage discovers she has an unseen admirer. Intrigued, she enters into a mysterious and fervent love affair, finding herself on a dizzying journey of awakening. Hailed as “extraordinary…lush…full of surprises” (San Francisco Chronicle), Love Sick is the powerful new musical that has critics and audiences on their feet. Receiving the San Francisco Chronicle’s highest rating, this “beautiful and remarkable piece of theater” (KPFA) fuses a dynamic world-music score with a story inspired by the erotic Hebrew text The Song of Songs. Featuring a “wonderfully compelling and intense” (San Jose Mercury News) tour-de-force performance by Ofra Daniel, and helmed by Broadway and West End director Christopher Renshaw, Love Sick is this season’s must-see theatrical event.

With performances first at Berkeley’s intimate Osher Theater, followed by a run at the beautiful Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts in February, Bay Area audiences are the first to experience this truly original theatrical event.

Deb in Love Sick, Osher Studio Theatre, Berkeley, 2pm
Feb
12
2:00 pm14:00

Deb in Love Sick, Osher Studio Theatre, Berkeley, 2pm

“Magnificent—an exciting new musical!”

—Huffington Post (read the review)

“Extraordinary!”

San Francisco Chronicle (read the review)

“Stirring!”

San Jose Mercury News (read the review)

In ancient Jerusalem, a young wife in a passionless marriage discovers she has an unseen admirer. Intrigued, she enters into a mysterious and fervent love affair, finding herself on a dizzying journey of awakening. Hailed as “extraordinary…lush…full of surprises” (San Francisco Chronicle), Love Sick is the powerful new musical that has critics and audiences on their feet. Receiving the San Francisco Chronicle’s highest rating, this “beautiful and remarkable piece of theater” (KPFA) fuses a dynamic world-music score with a story inspired by the erotic Hebrew text The Song of Songs. Featuring a “wonderfully compelling and intense” (San Jose Mercury News) tour-de-force performance by Ofra Daniel, and helmed by Broadway and West End director Christopher Renshaw, Love Sick is this season’s must-see theatrical event.

With performances first at Berkeley’s intimate Osher Theater, followed by a run at the beautiful Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts in February, Bay Area audiences are the first to experience this truly original theatrical event.

Deb in Love Sick, Osher Studio Theatre, Berkeley, 7:30pm
Feb
11
7:30 pm19:30

Deb in Love Sick, Osher Studio Theatre, Berkeley, 7:30pm

“Magnificent—an exciting new musical!”

—Huffington Post (read the review)

“Extraordinary!”

San Francisco Chronicle (read the review)

“Stirring!”

San Jose Mercury News (read the review)

In ancient Jerusalem, a young wife in a passionless marriage discovers she has an unseen admirer. Intrigued, she enters into a mysterious and fervent love affair, finding herself on a dizzying journey of awakening. Hailed as “extraordinary…lush…full of surprises” (San Francisco Chronicle), Love Sick is the powerful new musical that has critics and audiences on their feet. Receiving the San Francisco Chronicle’s highest rating, this “beautiful and remarkable piece of theater” (KPFA) fuses a dynamic world-music score with a story inspired by the erotic Hebrew text The Song of Songs. Featuring a “wonderfully compelling and intense” (San Jose Mercury News) tour-de-force performance by Ofra Daniel, and helmed by Broadway and West End director Christopher Renshaw, Love Sick is this season’s must-see theatrical event.

With performances first at Berkeley’s intimate Osher Theater, followed by a run at the beautiful Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts in February, Bay Area audiences are the first to experience this truly original theatrical event.

 

Deb in Love Sick, Osher Studio, Berkeley, 2055 Center Street, 7:30pm
Feb
10
7:30 pm19:30

Deb in Love Sick, Osher Studio, Berkeley, 2055 Center Street, 7:30pm

“Magnificent—an exciting new musical!”

—Huffington Post (read the review)

“Extraordinary!”

San Francisco Chronicle (read the review)

“Stirring!”

San Jose Mercury News (read the review)

In ancient Jerusalem, a young wife in a passionless marriage discovers she has an unseen admirer. Intrigued, she enters into a mysterious and fervent love affair, finding herself on a dizzying journey of awakening. Hailed as “extraordinary…lush…full of surprises” (San Francisco Chronicle), Love Sick is the powerful new musical that has critics and audiences on their feet. Receiving the San Francisco Chronicle’s highest rating, this “beautiful and remarkable piece of theater” (KPFA) fuses a dynamic world-music score with a story inspired by the erotic Hebrew text The Song of Songs. Featuring a “wonderfully compelling and intense” (San Jose Mercury News) tour-de-force performance by Ofra Daniel, and helmed by Broadway and West End director Christopher Renshaw, Love Sick is this season’s must-see theatrical event.

With performances first at Berkeley’s intimate Osher Theater, followed by a run at the beautiful Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts in February, Bay Area audiences are the first to experience this truly original theatrical event.

 

Deb in Love Sick, Osher Studio, Berkeley 7:30pm
Jan
28
7:30 pm19:30

Deb in Love Sick, Osher Studio, Berkeley 7:30pm

I am performing in the World Premiere of this incredible musical play, Love Sick.

From the website: lovesickmusical.com 

Love Sick

A world-premiere musical play with stories set in both modern-day Tel-Aviv, and a Jerusalem unbounded by time, Love Sick is one woman's journey through a relentless and fervent love affair and her gradual descent into madness. Helmed by internationally acclaimed director Christopher Renshaw and starring the Bay Areas Ofra Daniel in an unforgettable tour-de-force performance. Love Sick draws on the passionate poetry of the ancient Hebrew text, the Song of Songs, and offers a stirring new theatrical presentation of one of history's greatest love stories. Weaving poetry and prose with live music and movement, Love Sick will sweep audiences into a remarkable world of love, passion, beauty and originality, while examining the universal elusiveness of love.

Deb in Love Sick, matinee, Osher Studio, Berkeley 2:00pm
Jan
28
2:00 pm14:00

Deb in Love Sick, matinee, Osher Studio, Berkeley 2:00pm

I am performing in the World Premiere of this incredible musical play, Love Sick.
From the website: lovesickmusical.com 

Love Sick

A world-premiere musical play with stories set in both modern-day Tel-Aviv, and a Jerusalem unbounded by time, Love Sick is one woman's journey through a relentless and fervent love affair and her gradual descent into madness. Helmed by internationally acclaimed director Christopher Renshaw and starring the Bay Areas Ofra Daniel in an unforgettable tour-de-force performance. Love Sick draws on the passionate poetry of the ancient Hebrew text, the Song of Songs, and offers a stirring new theatrical presentation of one of history's greatest love stories. Weaving poetry and prose with live music and movement, Love Sick will sweep audiences into a remarkable world of love, passion, beauty and originality, while examining the universal elusiveness of love.

Deb in Love Sick, Osher Studio 2055 Center, Berkeley 7:30pm
Jan
27
7:30 pm19:30

Deb in Love Sick, Osher Studio 2055 Center, Berkeley 7:30pm

I am performing in the World Premiere of this incredible musical play, Love Sick.

From the website: lovesickmusical.com 

Love Sick

A world-premiere musical play with stories set in both modern-day Tel-Aviv, and a Jerusalem unbounded by time, Love Sick is one woman's journey through a relentless and fervent love affair and her gradual descent into madness. Helmed by internationally acclaimed director Christopher Renshaw and starring the Bay Areas Ofra Daniel in an unforgettable tour-de-force performance. Love Sick draws on the passionate poetry of the ancient Hebrew text, the Song of Songs, and offers a stirring new theatrical presentation of one of history's greatest love stories. Weaving poetry and prose with live music and movement, Love Sick will sweep audiences into a remarkable world of love, passion, beauty and originality, while examining the universal elusiveness of love.

Deb in Love Sick, Osher Studio 2055 Center, Berkeley 7:30pm
Jan
26
7:30 pm19:30

Deb in Love Sick, Osher Studio 2055 Center, Berkeley 7:30pm

I am performing in the World Premiere of this incredible musical play, Love Sick.

From the website: lovesickmusical.com 

Love Sick

A world-premiere musical play with stories set in both modern-day Tel-Aviv, and a Jerusalem unbounded by time, Love Sick is one woman's journey through a relentless and fervent love affair and her gradual descent into madness. Helmed by internationally acclaimed director Christopher Renshaw and starring the Bay Areas Ofra Daniel in an unforgettable tour-de-force performance. Love Sick draws on the passionate poetry of the ancient Hebrew text, the Song of Songs, and offers a stirring new theatrical presentation of one of history's greatest love stories. Weaving poetry and prose with live music and movement, Love Sick will sweep audiences into a remarkable world of love, passion, beauty and originality, while examining the universal elusiveness of love.

Deb in Love Sick, Osher Studio 2055 Center St, Berkeley 2
Jan
22
2:00 pm14:00

Deb in Love Sick, Osher Studio 2055 Center St, Berkeley 2

I am performing in the World Premiere of this incredible musical play, Love Sick.
From the website: lovesickmusical.com 

Love Sick

A world-premiere musical play with stories set in both modern-day Tel-Aviv, and a Jerusalem unbounded by time, Love Sick is one womans journey through a relentless and fervent love affairand her gradual descent into madness. Helmed by internationally acclaimed director Christopher Renshawand starring the Bay Areas Ofra Daniel in an unforgettable tour-de-force performanceLove Sick draws on the passionate poetry of the ancient Hebrew text, the Song of Songs, and offers a stirring new theatrical presentation of one of historys greatest love stories. Weaving poetry and prose with live music and movement, Love Sick will sweep audiences into a remarkable world of love, passion, beauty and originality, while examining the universal elusiveness of love.

Deb in Love Sick, Osher Studio 2055 Center St, Berkeley 7:30pm
Jan
21
7:30 pm19:30

Deb in Love Sick, Osher Studio 2055 Center St, Berkeley 7:30pm

I am performing in the World Premiere of this incredible musical play, Love Sick.

From the website: lovesickmusical.com 

Love Sick

A world-premiere musical play with stories set in both modern-day Tel-Aviv, and a Jerusalem unbounded by time, Love Sick is one womans journey through a relentless and fervent love affairand her gradual descent into madness. Helmed by internationally acclaimed director Christopher Renshawand starring the Bay Areas Ofra Daniel in an unforgettable tour-de-force performanceLove Sick draws on the passionate poetry of the ancient Hebrew text, the Song of Songs, and offers a stirring new theatrical presentation of one of historys greatest love stories. Weaving poetry and prose with live music and movement, Love Sick will sweep audiences into a remarkable world of love, passion, beauty and originality, while examining the universal elusiveness of love.