6th Street Playhouse is proud to have been voted “Best Live Theatre” in Sonoma County by readers of the Press Democrat for six out of the last seven years.  

A Tribute to Al Kaplan

from current Artistic Director Jared Sakren and former Artistic Director Craig Miller

6th Street Playhouse wishes to pay our deepest, sincere and heartfelt tribute to one of our most valuable and beloved actors who recently passed on to greater glory. Alan Kaplan was a consummate character actor who graced our stage in so many memorable productions, in so many memorable roles, etching his legacy indelibly in our patrons’ collective memory, and in the memories of all of us who were blessed enough to work with him. Read more

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Sister Act, Jr.

12-16 Years Old
JULY 12-30, 2021, 9AM-4PM
Raise your voice in this fantastic Teen Summer Camp!

Frozen, Kids

7-11 Years Old
AUGUST 2-13, 2021, 9AM-4PM
Come to 6th Street Playhouse this summer and “Let it go” in our Frozen KIDS Summer Camp!

Junie B. Jones, Jr.

8-12 Years old
JUNE 7-26, 2021, 9AM-4PM
We’ve got some “top secret personal beeswax” to share with you in our Junie B. Jones Jr. Summer Camp!

Harry Potter: Sorcerer's Stone

Grades 2 – 6
Virtual Performance Class
Tuesdays, March 30 – May 18 4:30-6pm

Put yourself into the world of Hogwarts!

Harry Potter: Prisoner of Askaban

Grades 2 – 6
Virtual Performance Class
Wednesdays, March 31-May 19, 3:30-5pm

The Harry Potter saga continues at 6th Street Studio!

Shakespeare’s Star Wars – Verily a New Hope

Grades 5-9
Virtual Performance Class
Tuesdays & Thursdays, April 20-May 27, 3:30-5pm

Experience this mash-up of Star Wars and an Elizabethan drama penned by William Shakespeare himself.

A Message from Artistic Director, Jared Sakren

We here at The Playhouse are working very hard to plan a full season of great plays starting in the Fall of 2021.  We will be presenting the very best selection of productions that will thrill you, move you, entertain you and make you think— doing all the great things that only live theatre can do.
We appreciate your continued support and patience as we navigate through these challenging times, and we have your health and safety at the forefront of our concerns. When you return to the Playhouse we will ensure you will not have to worry about the safety or health of our spaces.  In the meantime, we will roll out the new season sometime in February. I think you will all be very excited by it, and that you’ll want to secure your tickets right away to all these great shows!  Thank you all again for being such passionate and loyal supporters of The Playhouse.  I cannot tell you how gratifying it is to know how important we are to you and our community!

Community Outreach

At 6th Street Playhouse, we are constantly striving to engage members of the community, to foster meaningful communication and a continued love of theater. In that light, we are currently working on the following initiatives for 2021:
Let’s talk theatre!A new online talk show with our hosts Patrick Varner and Rodney Fierce. In each episode, we will invite a member of our community and a professional actor to talk about issues that are of interest to us all. Follow us on Facebook to be reminded of upcoming episodes!
Workshops of new pieces written and performed by local artists.
We are thrilled to collaborate with our first New Works Artist, Gamal Chasten!
Partnerships with other local organizations to serve our youth with stellar educational programming and opportunities for leadership.
Free tickets to select shows for first responders, health care workers, police, and firefighters.
Play Festivals featuring and supporting the LGBTQ community.

Wish List

Funds for Video Production Upgrades
New Box Office
Ionization system for both theaters
Lighting for parking lot
Awning for entrance and outdoor seating
Automated External Defibrillator
Outdoor performance space
New signage
Renovation of bathrooms!

“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” — Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

6th Street Playhouse joins the voices in our community and country who condemn hatred, violence, and racial injustice...

The Arts are a place where our community can come to hear messages that bring us together, that unite us, that form a common bond with all humanity, and it is as artists that we can help shape the world we live in. We will not stand with those who would turn us against each other, nor will we condone the unjust treatment of anyone because of the color of their skin, their ethnicity, or their background. Our theatre dedicates itself to ensuring that all people are welcome inside our doors, and, when we are allowed to resume activities, in every activity we conduct — be it classes, performances, rehearsals, in our staffing, our board and volunteers — we will assure inclusivity and diversity at all levels.