Impact Theatre’s Richard III is unusually slow for either the company or the play.
Three messed-up daughters convene after their cruel mother’s death in Enemies: Foreign and Domestic at Central Works.
There’s a little Catherine Trieschmann festival going on right now, with two companies presenting Bay Area premieres of the award-winning playwright’s works.
Three Sisters is one of those classics that other playwrights just love adapting.
Lafayette’s Town Hall Theatre takes flight with Angels in America.
Actors Ensemble of Berkeley revives Dust Bowl musical Panhandle — with mixed results.
Somebody’s trying to tell you something, and it’s clearly something desperately important, but you can’t understand. That’s what it feels like watching Superheroes, the world premiere by Sean San Jose that opens Cutting Ball’s 16th season.
Kathleen Turner plays journalist Molly Ivins as a patchwork of quips.
Neil Simon and Burt Bacharach made The Apartment into a musical, and I wish they hadn’t.
Leonard Bernstein’s operetta of Candide clinging to optimism in the face of countless horrors has a troubled history of its own.