Muhammad Ali takes on Stepin Fetchit in Marin Theatre Company’s Fetch Clay, Make Man.
Marin Theatre Company gives us the cheery tale of the untimely deaths of the Fail sisters.
Marin Theatre Company goes back to the August Wilson well with Fences, and
Marin Theatre Company’s Lasso of Truth seems like it was pretty much made for me. It’s a play about the creator of Wonder Woman (and his wife and their lover), as well as the cultural legacy of America’s favorite superheroine. And yeah, I’m pretty much in the bag for that one from the start. But at the same time I’m a pretty tough room, because I know things about Wonder Woman, to put it mildly. I’d pretty much have to, writing about her past adventures every week.
It’s Wonder…Thursday?! Marin Theatre Company unveils Carson Kreitzer’s Wonder Woman play, Lasso of Truth. Read my feature in today’s Marin Independent Journal.
Also, I’ll be taking part in a panel discussion on the legacy of Wonder Woman after the 2pm matinee of Lasso on Saturday, March 1, alongside comic creator and women-in-comics historian Trina Robbins and Kristy Guevara-Flanagan, director of the documentary Wonder Women: The Untold Story of American Superheroines. So that may be a good time to come check it out.
Diablo Actors’ Ensemble’s production of Driving Miss Daisy keeps on going, even if the company doesn’t. I caught it last weekend at Marin Theatre Company, and my review is in the Marin Independent Journal.
I’ve also had Fine Young Cannibals singing “He drives Miss Daisy” stuck in my head all day, but I don’t blame DAE for that.
Hey, my Top Five Marin theater productions of 2013 are in today’s Marin Independent Journal! Head over yonder and check ‘em out!
Marin Theatre Company’s holiday show riffs on Dickens through the dead eyes of Scrooge’s partner.
I saw not one but two brand new plays by the dizzyingly prolific Lauren Gunderson in the last week and a half. First came The Taming, which I heartily enjoyed. And then came I and You at Marin Theatre Company, which is more problematic. My review‘s in the Marin Independent Journal.
David Lindsay-Abaire tackles the class divide in Good People at Marin Theatre Company, and if you get past the slow first act you’re in for a treat in the second. You can read my review in today’s Marin Independent Journal.