The booze and barbs flow in Shotgun’s stylized new take on Virginia Woolf.
Shotgun cooks up redemption in soup kitchen drama Grand Concourse.
Shotgun Players gets uncomfortable with Penelope Skinner’s The Village Bike.
Ubuntu Theater Project’s Más is a stirring, sobering story of ethnic studies under attack.
MTC’s Anne Boleyn radically reenvisions “the harlot queen” as the mother of the Anglican Church.
Was there more to Rosemary Clooney than ethnic novelty songs in an egregious Italian accent?
Is it worth it for theatrical designers to get an MFA? I asked a few in my latest feature for Theatre Bay Area.
Shotgun Players’ Antigonick is the third bold new interpretation of Sophocles’ ancient tragedy Antigone to be produced by a Bay Area theater in the last couple of months.
Marin Theatre Company gives us the cheery tale of the untimely deaths of the Fail sisters.
Gidion’s Knot is a hard play to take. As seen in director Jon Tracy’s brutally effective Bay Area premiere staging at Aurora Theatre Company, Johnna Adams’s drama is 75 minutes of nonstop tension, alleviated only by moments of grim humor.