Stage Left (film)

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Stage Left
Directed by Austin Forbord
Produced by Jeremy Briggs
Paul Festa
Kenneth Rainin Foundation
Written by Austin Forbord
Starring Peter Coyote
Robin Williams
Tony Taccone
Herbert Blau
Luis Valdez
Anna Halprin
Oskar Eustis
Jules Irving
Bill Irwin
Geoff Hoyle
Carey Perloff
Morton Subotnick
William Ball
Marga Gomez (narrator)
Cinematography Austin Forbord
Edited by Austin Forbord
Paul Festa
Distributed by Rapt Productions
Release date
Running time
82 minutes (theatrical version)
56 minutes (TV version)
Country United States
Language English

Stage Left: A Story of Theater in San Francisco (2011) is a documentary film about the history of theater in the San Francisco Bay Area from about 1952 until 2010. The film was directed by Austin Forbord, and features Robin Williams, Peter Coyote, Herbert Blau, Tony Taccone, Oskar Eustis, Bill Irwin, Joan Holden, R. G. Davis, Richard "Scrumbly" Koldewyn, and is narrated by Marga Gomez.

The film premiered at the Mill Valley Film Festival in October 2011 and aired on KQED-TV on November 11, 2012.

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