School’s in for Summer

School’s in for Summer

The Mime Troupe takes on the privatization of public schools.

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Old School Oppression

Old School Oppression

Tarell Alvin McCraney is back with a heartbreaking coming-of-age drama at Marin Theatre Company.

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Amen to That

Amen to That

James Baldwin’s first play, The Amen Corner, makes a surprisingly good case against religion.

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Dancing Around the Genocide

18 February, 2015 Theater No comments
Dancing Around the Genocide

Earnest young actors get in over their heads grappling with colonialism in Just Theater’s sharply cutting play within a play.

My review of We Are Proud to Present a Presentation About the Herero of Namibia, Formerly Known as Southwest Africa, from the German Sudwestafrika, Between the Years 1884–1915 is on KQED Arts. Read more

Crude “Oil” Needs Refining

Crude “Oil” Needs Refining

The San Francisco Mime Troupe’s summer show is necessarily done on the cheap this year, and from the looks of it it’s a rush job all around. My review is in today’s Marin Independent Journal.

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Workers Arise

Workers Arise

Show #73: Posibilidad, or Death of the Worker, San Francisco Mime Troupe, July 4.

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