Our goal is to produce a variety of quality shows for our audiences, in a "Bring Your Own Dinner & Wine" style. Located in Downtown Gilroy, we offer comedies, dramas, small musicals, staged readings and more. We have partnered with The Milias Restaurant to offer a delicious menu option for each show.
You can bring your own dinner, order from The Milias Restaurant or just come for the show.
You can see the menu and ordering information here.
A once a month, cabaret style music night to benefit the Gilroy Center for the Arts.
Featuring local Bay Area talent, performing jazz, blues, standards, and more.
Come see Janet Thompson October 18th
Living up to our tag line "Theater With A Twist", we take a different direction with this show. Although the show is a comedy, it's intellectual, it's funny, it's serious, it's deep, but above all it is interesting. You''l meet Marc, Serge and Yvan, friends for years. That friendship is put to the test, with comedy and biting poignancy, after one buys an all-white painting at an exorbitant price. As they square off over the canvas, lines are drawn, sides are taken, and the bonds that tie each man to the others are stretched to the breaking point. Will the final, unexpected, twist save the friendship?
"It's an actor's dream, a nonstop cross-fire of crackling language, serious issues of life and art expressed in outbursts that sound like Don Rickles with a degree from the Sorbonne. Brilliantly translated by Christopher Hampton, (...) 'Art' takes that yawny old bore, the play of ideas, and jolts it to life." - Jack Kroll, Newsweek
'Art' played on Broadway in New York from February 12, 1998 to August 8, 1999. The opening-night cast featured Alan Alda (Marc), Victor Garber (Serge), and Alfred Molina (Yvan). 'Art' won the Tony for Best Play and went on to a 600-performance run. Replacement actors included Judd Hirsch, Joe Morton, George Wendt, Buck Henry, George Segal, and Wayne Knight.