A presidential candidate’s daughter’s very bad decision comes back to haunt her in Confederates.
The Broadway musical isn’t the best version of Mary Poppins, but its star at Tri-Valley Rep is practically perfect.
The familiarity of the addiction and recovery narrative may be part of the point.
Cal Shakes’s Fences brings maternal power to a tale of fathers and sons.
A little Austen goes nicely with Shakespeare in Livermore.
John Leguizamo teaches Latin History lesson at Berkeley Repertory Theatre.
The Mime Troupe takes on the privatization of public schools.
Beaumarchais’s original Marriage of Figaro enjoys a rare revival in Berkeley.
Jealousy and foolery and bears, oh my!
An elderly misanthrope goes through her pre-suicide to-do list at the EXIT.