Marin Shakes’s Cymbeline is a madcap hodgepodge — and a musical.
Tarell Alvin McCraney is back with a heartbreaking coming-of-age drama at Marin Theatre Company.
If you want to believe a boy can fly, there are few better sites than a mountaintop.
Frederick Douglass meets Donald Rumsfeld in Andrew Saito’s Mount Misery.
James Baldwin’s first play, The Amen Corner, makes a surprisingly good case against religion.
If there’s a lesson to be learned from Mona Mansour’s new play about the limitations of the pioneer spirit, it’s that pluck and optimism will only take you so far.
The title of the show is [title of show]. That should give you some sense of what you’re in for.
Danai Gurira’s The Convert is a wrenching battle between traditional culture and colonial “civilization.”
Imagine spending time with a family full of absurdly inconsiderate people who can’t stand each other and constantly push each other’s buttons. And it’s not even your family. My review of The Lyons at Aurora Theatre Company is in the Marin Independent Journal.
AlterTheater’s Landless eulogizes the empty storefronts it performs in.