It Hurts a Village

It Hurts a Village

Ubuntu Theater Project caps off an impressive season with a devastating Katori Hall play.

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Soup Kitchen Confidential

Soup Kitchen Confidential

Shotgun cooks up redemption in soup kitchen drama Grand Concourse.

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Our Stars and Bars, Ourselves

Our Stars and Bars, Ourselves

A presidential candidate’s daughter’s very bad decision comes back to haunt her in Confederates.

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Immaculate Mary Poppins

Immaculate Mary Poppins

The Broadway musical isn’t the best version of Mary Poppins, but its star at Tri-Valley Rep is practically perfect.

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Recovery, Relapse, Rinse, Repeat

Recovery, Relapse, Rinse, Repeat

The familiarity of the addiction and recovery narrative may be part of the point.

Read my review of the one-woman show Playing My Hand at Altarena Playhouse in the East Bay Times and Mercury News. Read more

Good “Fences” from Good Neighbors

Good “Fences” from Good Neighbors

Cal Shakes’s Fences brings maternal power to a tale of fathers and sons.

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Pretty Persuasion

Pretty Persuasion

A little Austen goes nicely with Shakespeare in Livermore.

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Leguizamo Takes Us to School

Leguizamo Takes Us to School

John Leguizamo teaches Latin History lesson at Berkeley Repertory Theatre.

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Veterans of the Streets

Veterans of the Streets

3Girls Theatre depicts the lives of homeless women veterans on the streets of L.A.

Read my feature in the Marin Independent Journal. Read more

School’s in for Summer

School’s in for Summer

The Mime Troupe takes on the privatization of public schools.

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