After more than a year of the Covid pandemic, Creekside Arts started rehearsals for their production of ‘Waiting for Godot.’ Then, after several Covid-caused postponments, Godot finally saw the light in December of 2021 at the new Synapsis in Eureka, California. With its production of ‘Waiting for Godot,’ Creekside Arts raised over $2,600 to help wih the continued renovation of the Eureka Synpasis space.
Theatre Performances and other Events
Enjoy shows, fundraisers and more at our 6-acre secluded retreat.
Upcoming Events at Creekside Arts
What: Artist Showcase
When: May 27 from 7:30pm to 10pm
Where: Synapsis 1675 Union St, Eureka
Celebrate Creekside Arts‘ first artists residency! International visiting artists present their work at Synapsis. They will talk share their work and talk about their process.
The residency artists include Rhombie Sandoval, Andie Aylsworth, Jon Fischer, Hayden Casey and Ashaki Jackson.
Hosted by The Ink People, the Synapsis Collective and Creekside Arts.
Over the years, the members of Creekside Arts have come together to host events that focus on the arts and that support community, family and friends.
Waiting for Godot
Spilled Popcorn and Sticky Cotton Candy
Written and performed by Calder Bullwinkle, this solo show found itself being performed on several of Creekside Arts stages. Calder went on to perform his show in Eureka’s inaugural fringe festival.
The Duck Variations
David Mamet’s play became the first production to be staged on Creekside Arts’ Greenhouse Stage. John Heckel and Arnold Wadell gave life to Mamet’s elder spokesmen.
The Crack of the Butterfly's Tongue
The first production in Creekside Arts’ Indoor Studio was Ryan McCutchan’s The Crack of the Butterfly’s Tongue. Ryan both wrote and performed this one-man show. The show was also later performed at the local Universal Unitarian Fellowship in Arcata, California.
Poetry, Music, Readings and More
Creekside Arts’ performance spaces are continually used by local Humboldt County poets and musicians. Visiting artists and authors have also found appreciative audiences for their new work.