Local playwright Patricia Milton draws from an array of sources — neurological, environmental, literary, pharmaceutical, philosophical — in “Believers,” her new post-apocalyptic comedy.
It’s an ambitious choice for Wily West, given that four actors (plus a guitarist on an overhead platform) must squeeze onto a tiny set that encompasses a science lab and a receptionist’s office (Quinn J. Whitaker, lead designer). Read More
The only real link between the 1969 jazz-fusion song by Frank Zappa and the Wily West Productions show now at StageWerx — both called “Peaches en Regalia” — is that the former is the favorite song of the playwright of the latter.Recently produced in Oroville as a one-act, local author Steve Lyons has expanded his show to two acts, which made it perfect for Wily West’s mission to only produce plays by Bay Area writers. Read More