• Dear Master
    By Dorothy Bryant 
    Directed by Joy Carlin

    The flagship play upon which Aurora Theatre Company was built, Dear Master by prize-winning Berkeley author Dorothy Bryant was originally produced at the Berkeley City Club in 1991. A dialogue in letters between the two great 19th-century French novelists, George Sand and Gustave Flaubert, Dear Master is an elegantly orchestrated play, providing flesh-and-blood portraits of these famed intellectual writers and revealing their fears, desires, heated opinions and friendship during a time as violent and politically polarized as our own.

    “[Dear Master] shimmers with relevant and touching insights into politics, art and life.” ~ SF Bay Guardian

  • Thank You for Helping Us Make Our Match!
    Thank You!

    Thanks to your support, we made our match goal of $24,000! Every dollar was matched by Aurora’s Board of Directors, for a grand total of $48,000 for our Spring Appeal. We are so grateful for your support – we couldn’t keep producing artisanal, intimate theatre without you!

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