Tales of the City Musical, With Judy Kaye, Wesley Taylor, Betsy Wolfe, Premieres in San Francisco
Armistead Maupin's novel series Tales of the City, about the eccentric inhabitants of the enchanting San Francisco residence of 28 Barbary Lane, comes to life as a new musical at the American Conservatory Theatre. Read the Playbill.com story.
Newcomer Mary Ann Singleton (Betsy Wolfe) looks for an apartment in San Francisco before finding her new home, 28 Barbary Lane.
Best friends Mona Ramsey (Mary Birdsong) and Michael "Mouse" Tolliver (Wesley Taylor) move back in together at 28 Barbary Lane.
Connie Bradshaw (Julie Reiber, center) gives newcomer Mary Ann Singleton (Betsy Wolfe) a taste of the big city in a disco.
Betsy Wolfe, Julie Reiber and company
Landlady Anna Madrigal (Judy Kaye) and her friends welcome Mary Ann Singleton to 28 Barbary Lane.
Mary Ann Singleton (Betsy Wolfe) shows the joint she finds taped to her door to her new neighbor Brian Hawkins (Patrick Lane).
Judy Kaye and Patrick Lane
Edgar Halcyon (Richard Poe) and Anna Madrigal (Judy Kaye) make a connection at a chance meeting in a park.