Call Dr. Bombay! Because when a witch falls in love, she loses her powers. After using her supernatural powers to seduce her handsome upstairs neighbor - a young, sultry witch finds herself feeling human emotions when she becomes bewitched by her own spell. Set in 1950s Manhattan, John Van Druten's comedy is beguiling as it bubbles and brews with gay subtext and the Communist witch-hunts of Joe McCarthy. Directed by John McMullen.
The New York Times called "Bell, Book, and Candle,"
"…completely enchanting—--a wonderfully suave and impish fantasy."
With Gigi Benson, Matt Beebe, Sandi Rubay, Colleen Egan, Alan Badger.
Oct. 2-Nov. 8, Fri, Sat, Sun at 7:30 pm. $20, Opening $29 Oct 3, Preview pay-what-you-can Oct 2. Oct 31st Show and Party, $49. Piedmont Oakland Rep, 215 Ridgeway Ave., Oakland. (2 blks off Piedmont Ave. In Pacific Boychoir Academy building.)
and Brown Paper Tickets.