It’s new short play time at Pegasus Theater!

Pegasus Theater Company on the Russian River is gearing up for its eighth annual Tapas, the longest-running new short play festival in Sonoma County, opening Friday, Sept. 19 at the Rio Nido Lodge.

Tapas 2014

Angie Squire and Beth Moise in “Casting Call,” by Stephen Sossaman. Photograph by Kate Broderson.















Join us for an evening of comedy, tragedy, fantasy, farce and more. Bet you can’t watch just one.

Check out for this year’s full production.

The festival will run Friday and Saturday evenings at 8 p.m. and Sunday afternoons at 4 p.m., Sept. 19 through Oct. 12. Admission is $15 except for the opening weekend, which is pay-what-you-can. The closing Gala Sunday matinee on Oct. 12 is $30 and includes complimentary champagne and hors d’oeuvres.

You can make reservations online here or by calling (707) 583-2343. Reservations can be confirmed only if they are made at least three hours before the performance.

The Rio Nido Lodge is two miles east of Guerneville. Take Canyon 2 Road off River Road, go past the Rio Nido Roadhouse and you’ll see a white Tudor-style building, the Rio Nido Lodge. There are two parking lots to the left of the building: Pegasus patrons should park in the second lot as the main lot is reserved for Lodge guests. Look for our sign on the left side of the building facing the parking lots.

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