Sonoma County Repertory Theater was founded in 1993 as Main Street Theater. The inaugural production, Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Ernest directed by Jim dePriest, quickly set the standard for professional quality theater in Sonoma County .
In 1995, under the leadership of then Artistic Directors Jim de Priest, Diane Bailey and J. Eric Cook, a second theater was opened in Santa Rosa , thereby prompting a name change to Sonoma County Repertory Theater (the Rep). Economic challenges of operating two theaters forced the closing of the Santa Rosa theater in 2000.
In 2003, the Rep’s Board of Directors ...Read More