It’s time once again for my top 5 Marin theatrical productions of the year–combined with Barry Willis’s top 5 to make…let me see here…the
AlterTheater goes deep into the question of who gets to tell the story of a people’s struggle.
Once again Barry Willis and I pick five shows apiece for the Top 10 Marin theater productions of 2015!
James Baldwin’s first play, The Amen Corner, makes a surprisingly good case against religion.
AlterTheater’s Landless eulogizes the empty storefronts it performs in.
It’s that time again… time for the Top 10 Marin productions of 2014! I only tackled five of them, but… well, you’ll see.
A Frodo-obsessed wannabe gangster, a rampaging bear on meth, and an escaped senior citizen with dementia.
Denmo Ibrahim’s one-woman show creates two compelling characters who carry your heart with them on their travels.
AlterTheater revives Sam Shepard’s Fool for Love in a San Rafael storefront, directed by the play’s original Old Man, where it will run in repertory with Marisela Treviño Orta’s The River Bride. My review is in today’s Marin Independent Journal.
It’s my first show of the year, and it’s a good one: Marisela Treviño Orta’s lyrical fairytale set in a Brazilian fishing village.