S.F. Mime Troupe writer Michael Gene Sullivan whips up a satire about a revolutionary baking circle for Central Works.
Local playwright Christopher Chen borrows from fabulist Italo Calvino to create a dizzying web of fantastical fragments about marriage.
“Post-post-modern diva” Meow Meow muddles through an evening of hilarity and despair through sheer force of personality at Berkeley Rep.
I checked out 10 and a half consecutive hours of the San Francisco Fringe Festival, and boy is my everything tired.
The sheer volume of great theater going on around the Bay Area can be daunting. I’ve picked out a
In the wake of a child murder and a school massacre, a town’s kids congregate to remember the events the adults want to forget. My review of 99 Stock Productions’ Millicent Scowlworthy is on KQED Arts.
Marissa Skudlarek’s Pleiades reimagines the mythological star-sisters as 1970s debutantes discovering feminism.
Can live television be saved? What, in 2014? Is that even a thing? Find out in Thunderbird Theatre’s Show Down! Or you could
Hey, another musical about San Francisco! And another, and another…a different one every night!
Bindlestiff Studio unveils the story of the neglected Filipino veterans of World War II, still fighting for their military benefits 50-plus years later.