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Arts & Entertainment - June 7, 2019

Keeping the community in community theater

Dragon Theatre, Fuse Theatre and Broadway By the Bay make the Downtown Redwood City arts scene lively this June

by Karla Kane

While a decade or so ago the sign in downtown Redwood City proclaiming "Theatre District" may have seemed a stretch, these days, Broadway Street (appropriately enough) is hopping, not only with patrons of the Century 20 cinema but plenty of real live theater as well. It's not easy being an artist on the uber-expensive Peninsula, but Dragon Productions Theatre Company, Fuse Theatre and Broadway By the Bay have a busy summer ahead, including innovative new works, a splashy musical and some intercompany collaborations.

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