The Narrow Way Stage Company opens the anti-war satire  “We Bombed in New Haven” at 8 p.m. Friday, June 11, at the Glaser Center, 547 Mendocino Ave. , Santa Rosa.

The show, directed by Kevin Bordi,  runs through June 27. Admission: $20; $15 for students and seniors; pay what you can June 17 and 24. Information: Narrow Way — (707) 364-4934, narrowwaystage.com;  Glaser — (707) 568-5381, glasercenter.com.

Bordi directed Narrow Way’s popular production of “Noises Off!” last year at Spreckels Center for the Performing Arts in Rohnert Park.

The Narrow Way Stage Company, founded five years ago by students in the Santa Rosa Junior College theater program, has performed in Cotati, Sonoma and Rohnert Park, but most often lands at the Glaser Center, formerly a movie theater, in downtown Santa Rosa.