It’s that time again… time for the Top 10 Marin productions of 2014! I only tackled five of them, but… well, you’ll see.
Reduced Shakespeare Company tries to squeeze some comedy out of the subject matter of comedy.
As satire goes, The Totalitarians is blunt, broad and messy in more ways than one.
The Woman in Black is an old-fashioned ghost story, with emphasis on “old-fashioned.”
A play about a 600-pound man, performed by a skinny guy in a fat suit, is a tricky proposition.
We Players reshuffles Shakespeare’s Lear to create a new story about taking care of a delirious and infirm parent.
PianoFight gets out of the Tenderloin for a weekend to frolic in the wilds of West Marin.
Marin Shakespeare Company gets Wilde and witty with An Ideal Husband.
A traditional, presentational Tempest for free in a Mill Valley park may be more suitable for kids than for adults.
Muhammad Ali takes on Stepin Fetchit in Marin Theatre Company’s Fetch Clay, Make Man.