Don Reed becomes nine unforgettable characters who all chafe at being stereotyped — and at being in the DMV line — in his new solo show at the Marsh.
Shotgun Players’ Antigonick is the third bold new interpretation of Sophocles’ ancient tragedy Antigone to be produced by a Bay Area theater in the last couple of months.
Those familiar with Tartuffe or Molière’s work in general might be shocked by how grim this particular production is.
Word for Word converts Alice Munro’s short stories to plays without changing a word.
The kids are all right, all by themselves:
In post-apocalyptic Northern California, The Simpsons becomes the stuff of myth.
African-American Shakespeare Company and the Cutting Ball Theater each reinvent Antigone.
Earnest young actors get in over their heads grappling with colonialism in Just Theater’s sharply cutting play within a play.
My review of We Are Proud to Present a Presentation About the Herero of Namibia, Formerly Known as Southwest Africa, from the German Sudwestafrika, Between the Years 1884–1915 is on KQED Arts. Read more
Every insane family is insane in its own way in Shepard revival at the Magic.
Lamplighters takes on Bernstein’s delightful and troubled operetta Candide.