Three local companies present three very different takes on Othello this summer.
Another summer, another Twelfth Night.
Love is a battlefield in new mythological play.
A family grapples with the legacy of the Holocaust in Berkeley revival of Broadway play.
New Central Works play takes on corporate imperialism.
If you’re going to be shipwrecked by a freak storm, a Livermore winery is an awfully pleasant place to wind up.
Ubuntu Theater Project caps off an impressive season with a devastating Katori Hall play.
Shotgun cooks up redemption in soup kitchen drama Grand Concourse.
A presidential candidate’s daughter’s very bad decision comes back to haunt her in Confederates.
The Broadway musical isn’t the best version of Mary Poppins, but its star at Tri-Valley Rep is practically perfect.