Downtown San Jose's Best Kept Secret
and Home of
The Tabard Theatre Company
As the resident and managing theatre company, Tabard has created a unique and intimate "Destination" for some of the best live music of all genres and most creative theatre productions, as well as a host of other performing arts events. TOSPS is also available for rent to private, for-profit, and non-profit organizations throughout the year, depending on availability.
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Most Tuesdays, 7pm
Check out the local talent! Theatre on San Pedro Square (TOSPS) presents different musicians each week—
Jazz — Blues — Guitar — Big Band
The admission is FREE! Enjoy the open bar and your favorite—or some new—talent!
|Coming Up Next|
|Nov. 25||NO TOSPS TUESDAY|
|Dec. 2||Blues Society Bands||Silicon Valley Blues Society Holiday Extravaganza/Twice as Good 2x|
|Dec. 9||Big Band||7th Street Big Band|
|Dec. 16||NO TOSPS TUESDAY|
|Dec. 23||R&B Christmas||Joanne LeBlanc & the Fugitive Blues Band|
|Dec. 30||Jazz||Steve Nakano Trio featuring Moy Eng|
|Jan. 6||Blues Society Bands||Silicon Valley Blues Society|
|Jan. 13||Mojo Workin||Blues|
|Jan. 20||NO TOSPS TUESDAY|
|Jan. 27||NO TOSPS TUESDAY|
November 28—December 20
In this delightful and hilarious Christmas classic by Barbara Robinson, a couple struggling to put on a church Christmas pageant is faced with casting the most inventively awful kids in history. You won’t believe the mayhem–-and the fun–-when these kids collide with the Christmas story head on! A holiday favorite for the whole family.
“One of the best Christmas stories ever—and certainly one of the funniest.”
—The Seattle Times
December 7 Pageant is SOLD OUT
NINETEEN returns with its fabulous, exciting, not-to-be-missed concert of holiday music done Big Band style! Only two performances. Both will surely sell out, so get your tickets now!
Featuring Amy Dabalos
January 30—February 22
The autobiographical story of Mitch Albom, an accomplished journalist driven solely by his career, and Morrie Schwartz, his former college professor. Sixteen years after graduation, Mitch is reunited with Morrie, and what starts as a simple visit turns into a weekly pilgrimage and a last class in the meaning of life. Starring James Creer as Mitch Albom and directed by Doug Baird.
“A touching, life-affirming, deeply emotional drama with a generous dose of humor.” —NY Daily News
“Rewarding. Go see it any day of the week.” —WOR-AM
Juanita Harris in Concert! One Special Night Only!
Join Juanita Harris as she returns to Theatre on San Pedro Square for another fabulous and exciting night of songs. You'll hear tunes that span the spectrum from Jazz, R&B, Broadway…you name it, you may hear it! This one-night only engagement promises to be filled with memorable music that includes some of her favorites as well as some new numbers she's throwing in just for this concert.
April 10—May 3
Written by Brian Crawley and Jeanine Tesori based on The Ugliest Pilgrim by Doris Betts and currently on Broadway, award-winning VIOLET is a powerful story about self-perception filled with energetic, toe-tapping Gospel, Rock, Country, and Rhythm and Blues score and a well-crafted book. Directed by Jay Manley.
"A lovely piece, filled with unexpected details, compassion for its quirky characters and a score that uses southern popular and folk influences with unpredictable sophistication and flair.” —Newsday