Reviews are by Donald Munro; NR = not reviewed. For performance information, see calendar listings on Pages 17-19.
All in the Timing: The College of the Sequoias Artistic Company offers a one-night presentation of the David Ives comedy. (Performed Sunday, Nov. 15)
Bad Jews: Three cousins fight over a family heirloom in this Fresno City College comedy. (Opens Friday, Nov. 13)
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The Cemetery Club: Hanford’s Kings Players presents the Ivan Menchell play. (Opens Friday, Nov. 13)
Changes of Heart: Fresno Pacific University presents Pierre Carlet de Marivaux’s 18th-century drama about love and inconstancy. (Opens Thursday, Nov. 12)
A Christmas Story: Good Company Players opens a musical version of the popular title at Roger Rocka’s Dinner Theater. (Opens Thursday, Nov. 12)
The Producers: Lindsay Community Theater presents the Mel Brooks musical. (Opens Friday, Nov. 13)
Rumors: College of the Sequoias opens the Neil Simon comedy. (Opens Friday, Nov. 13)
Vanities: Fresno State’s Experimental Theatre Company presents Jack Heifner’s comedy-drama about the friendship of three high school cheerleaders. (Opens Friday, Nov. 13, and closes Sunday, Nov. 15)
The Amish Project: A fictional exploration inspired by the 2006 killing of five girls in a hostage-taking at an Amish school. Presented by The New Ensemble at The Voice Shop. (See review in next week’s 7 section.)
Fiddler on the Roof: Oakhurst’s Golden Chain Theatre presents the classic musical. (NR)
Meet Me in St. Louis: In this Good Company Players production at the 2nd Space Theatre, the Smith family gets wrapped up in humor and consternation on the eve of the 1904 St. Louis World’s Fair.
The Music Man: The Selma Arts Center offers 76 trombones and more. (NR)
NEXT WEEK’S OPENINGS
Mary Poppins: The musical version is based on the Disney film and the original book by P.L. Travers. Presented by Playhouse Merced. (Opens Friday, Nov. 20)