Buck Busfield (brother of "thirtysomething"'s Tim) had double duty on the B Street's latest, Beneath the Moon, Beyond the Stars, ending its scheduled run April 22. He both wrote and directed the play, which premiered March 11 at Sacramento venue.
Beneath the Moon drops a kindly writer of children's stories into the middle of wartime espionage. B Street producing director Busfield is also the author of As Things Remain and And to All a Good Night.
B Street vets Julia Brothers, Judy Jean Berns, Edward Claudio, Lucinda Cone, Kurt Johnson and Kevin Redd star alongside B Street apprentice Peter Story (most recently Millet in the company's successful Fuddy Meers) and Sunita Param.
Tickets are $15. The B Street Theatre is located at 2711 B Street. For tickets and information, call (916) 443-5300.
Founded by the Busfield brothers, "thirtysomething"'s Timothy and Buck, in 1992, the B Street has produced world premieres by such writers as "West Wing"'s Aaron Sorkin, Joe DiPietro and James McLure. -- By Christine Ehren