The booze and barbs flow in Shotgun’s stylized new take on Virginia Woolf.
Christopher Chen’s Caught at Shotgun Players keeps peeling the onion of untruths.
Shotgun Players gets uncomfortable with Penelope Skinner’s The Village Bike.
Local designers open up about designing costumes for Shakespeare productions.
Shotgun Players plays ubiquitous Agatha Christie whodunit with just enough camp to make its flaws into virtues.
Shotgun Players presents an unforgettable Eurydice.
Way over yonder on KQED Arts, I give a few recommendations of plays and musicals not to miss this summer. Head on over and
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.
Turns out Berkeley means a lot of different things to a lot of different people. Dan Wolf wrote a play about it for Shotgun Players.
Edward Gant brings his traveling Victorian freak show of heartbreak to Shotgun’s Ashby Stage. My review is on KQED Arts.