AlterTheater goes deep into the question of who gets to tell the story of a people’s struggle.
Marin Theatre Company’s hostage drama is a tense thrill ride.
Corey Fischer takes a trip down memory lane.
You don’t usually expect to find an inner-city gang war atop a woodsy mountain.
The Diplomats demonstrates that sometimes comedy doesn’t translate well even to people who ostensibly speak the same language.
Marin Onstage’s Venus in Fur doesn’t just do the material justice but actually elevates it.
Maria Grazia Affinito’s solo show Eating Pasta Off the Floor is a bittersweet delight.
MTC’s Anne Boleyn radically reenvisions “the harlot queen” as the mother of the Anglican Church.
Life is pandemonium in Marin Onstage’s Spelling Bee.
The office workers in MTC’s Swimmers are drowning in their own lives.