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The 2010 - 2011 Season: Perception/Projection

Star Bar is deeply saddened to learn of the sudden passing of Judy Girard, one of our oldest and dearest friends; she might very well have taken your ticket and shown you to your seat. She and her husband of 17 years, John Megow, met during a Star Bar show and were just as in love now as they ever were; their devotion and delight in each other were a joy to behold.  Judy died of heart failure on February 1 after rescuing her granddaughter and family pets from a carbon monoxide leak in her home. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to either of two causes important to her, AIDS research and Belgian Tervuren dog rescue.  The rest of Star Bar's 2010 - 2011 season is dedicated to her memory. You can find her full obituary online at the Gazette.

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Waiting for Godot
Samuel Beckett

November 5 - 20, 2010

November: Pass the time with Didi and Gogo in the original show about nothing; they cover everything from footwear to flatulence in this uproarious, dolorous reflection on the ridiculous dignity of the human condition, the elusive nature of meaning and the oft-excruciating ennui of existence. Beckett’s quintessential work exquisitely articulates the desolate hilarity of the quest for relevance in a cryptic universe. Will Godot ever come – and even if he does, will it matter?

Fr. 11/5: 8PM; Sat. 11/6: 8PM;Sun. 11/7: 4PM;Fri. 11/12: 8PM; Sat. 11/13: 3PM & 8PM;Sun. 11/14: 4PM; Fri. 11/19: 8PM;Sat. 11/20: 3PM & 8PM

GAZETTE: No more waiting for 'Godot'

GAZETTE: Strong acting, inconsistent pacing in Star Bar's 'Godot'

Star Bar Spotlight: Godot's Sammy Gleason


Tickets are $15 for adults,
- $12 senior/military,
- $6 for students ( available at box office only; sorry, no reservations )

Reserve through Paypal at the bottom of this page or by emailing tickets@starbarplayers.org to make your reservation and pay at the door if you prefer.

WE'VE MOVED AGAIN! Performances are now at 128 N. Nevada, just around the corner from Acacia Park. Entrance is in the middle of the block, between King Chef and Fratelli. Theatre is on the second floor. There's an elevator available if you need it. Click here to see pictures!

Coming in February, 2011: Bug, by Tracy Letts

February 18 - March 12: Spiral downward into madness with your sweetie this Valentine's Season in Tracy Letts' relentless, disturbing thriller about co-dependence, drug use and psychotic contagion. A dingy Oklahoma hotel room becomes a hellish no-man's-land between romance and shared delusion for downtrodden drink-slinger Agnes and her intense, mysterious new companion... who may have brought along an uninvited guest. Riveting from start to explosive end; you won't want to miss this one.    Production contains sophisticated subject matter, explicit language, nudity, drug use and violence.     


Fri. 2/18: 8PM; Sat. 2/19: 8PM; Sun. 2/20: 4PM; Fri. 2/25: 8PM; Sat. 2/26: 8PM; Sun 2/27: 4PM ; Fri. 3/4: 8PM; Sat. 3/5: 8PM; Sun. 3/6: 4PM; Fri. 3/11: 8PM; Sat. 3/12: 8PM


March-April 2011: WYNOT Radio Theatre is back with Rick Luger: Private Dick in The Smoking Gun Affair





March 18 -April 3, 2011: The gang from WYNOT Radio (Gazette's pick for Best Comedy, 2010) is back with The Smoking Gun Affair , another episode of side-splitting serial Rick Luger: Private Dick, the wacky, wicked brainchild of local comedy king Cory Moosman. Live action! Audience participation! Prop comedy! This hysterical homage to radio's heyday will have you howling!

THE INDEPENDENT: Matthew Schniper reviews The Smoking Gun Affair



May 2011: Why Torture is Wrong, and the People Who Love Them: a new comedy by Christopher Durang

June 3, 4, 5; 10, 11, 12; 17, 18 19, 2011:  Christopher Durang's outrageous, irreverent take on patriotism and paranoia in the post-9/11 world. Felicity awakens one morning with a terrible hangover - and married to a complete stranger: Zamir, whose volatile temper, mysterious activities and indeterminate ethnicity push the Threat Level up to Orange for her and her parents. The insanity escalates with a couple of shadow-government operatives, a sinister butterfly collection and an amateur spy who keeps losing her undies. From Freedom Fries to waterboarding, nothing is sacred in this acerbic, absurd and affectionate insight into an America under attack.


Tickets purchased online will be waiting for you at the box office on the evening of the performance.  Unfortunately we cannot guarantee seating for online transactions made after 4PM on the day of the performance. Student tickets are $6 and are available at the box office only .