Marin Shakespeare Company celebrates its 25th year with the ever-popular As You Like It–in period dress, no less!
Outdoor theater is everywhere you look this summer, and every summer. I give you the lowdown on KQED Arts.
Hey, my Top Five Marin theater productions of 2013 are in today’s Marin Independent Journal! Head over yonder and check ‘em out!
The good news: It’s a Shakespearean romantic comedy that we’re not all already sick of. The bad news: It’s only so-so. My review of Marin Shakespeare Company’s All’s Well That Ends Well is in today’s Marin Independent Journal.
Shakespeare’s Comedy of Errors, Texas-style? Sure, why not? My review of Marin Shakespeare Company’s broad-as-a-barn C&W adaptation is up on the Marin Independent Journal‘s snazzy new website. Hie thee hence to check it out.
Marin Shakespeare Company digs up the first English revenge tragedy, and it’s awesome. You can find my review in today’s Marin Independent Journal.
I have not one but two features in today’s Marin Independent Journal. First up is a story examining the future of the Fringe of Marin festival after the death of founder Annette Lust, and then a chat with Ann Brebner about breaking new ground in playwriting at the age of 90 with The Dead Girl at AlterTheater, and about her many years in Marin theater.
When I posted my Top Ten shows of the year earlier this week, one may or may not have noticed that there weren’t any North Bay shows on my list, despite my part-time gig as theater critic for the Marin Independent Journal.
Robert Currier directs a delightful production of David Ives’s marvelously clever adaptation of Pierre Corneille’s 1643 farce The Liar. I wrote it up in today’s Marin Independent Journal, which you can find right around here.
Robert Currier dreamed up a Hawaiian-themed Midsummer at Marin Shakes, featuring hulu fairies in long johns, and I dutifully wrote it up for today’s Marin Independent Journal. Hie thee hence to read all about it.