Our 2012-13 season

ilyblogo"I Love You Because" is a modern day musical love story derived from Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice." A co-production between Lucky Penny Productions and Spreckels Theatre Company, this show was performed in October-November 2012 at Napa Valley Playhouse and in November 2012 at Spreckels Performing Arts Center in Rohnert Park. The cast featured Taylor Bartolucci, Dominic Williams, Zac Schuman, LC Smith, Alise Girard and Barry Martin. 


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"8 x 10: A Festival of 10-Minute Plays" Presented in December 2012 as a co-production of Napa Valley Playhouse and Lucky Penny Productions. From the 97 scripts submitted by authors from around the country, eight plays of no more than ten minutes were chosen "blind" by a reading panel and produced. Lucky Penny's Barry Martin was one of the eight winning authors for his play "Women of a Certain Age," while Lucky Penny's Taylor Bartolucci directed Susan Jackson's play "Coat of Gold." 
 

chrismacabaretnukkah"Lucky Penny's ChrismaCabaretNukah!" was presented at Silo's on Main Street in the Historic Napa Mill, on Saturday, December 22, 2012. 

 

smversforwebLucky Penny's Taylor Bartolucci reprised her role as Pippi, the stripper on the run from a dangerous ex-boyfriend, who turns the world of Armadillo Acres upside down in the smash hit "The Great American Trailer Park Musical." Orginally produced by 6th Street Playhouse in Santa Rosa, the show sold out four straight weekends in September 2012 with an all-star cast under the direction of Lucky Penny's Barry Martin. "Trailer Park" came to Napa for 10 sold out performances in January 2013 as a co-production of 6th Street Playhouse, Napa Valley Playhouse and Lucky Penny. 

 

FGlogoforwebLucky Penny's Taylor Bartolucci will starred in "Funny Girl," the classic musical about the life and loves of the legendary Fannie Brice, on the Main Stage at the Napa Valley Opera House, with musical direction by Diego Emir Garcia. Performances took place May 10-19, 2013. 

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 David Lindsay-Abaire's "Wonder of the World," a wacky comedy of lost love, doll parts and going over the falls in a barrel was co-produced with Napa Valley Playhouse in the summer of 2013. Taylor Bartolucci directed this hilarious play that starred Sarah Jessica Parker in it's New York production. 

 
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