Two People, Three Relationships

Two People, Three Relationships

Megan Trout and Mark Jackson play two closely intertwined people living three different lives.

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Hot Plays for Hot Days

Hot Plays for Hot Days

Way over yonder on KQED Arts, I give a few recommendations of plays and musicals not to miss this summer. Head on over and

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Munro Doctoring

Munro Doctoring

Word for Word converts Alice Munro’s short stories to plays without changing a word.

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That Was the Year That Was

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That Was the Year That Was

The long wait is over! Here are my Top 10 Bay Area shows of 2014, on KQED Arts!

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Holiday Treats, Hold the Chestnuts

Holiday Treats, Hold the Chestnuts

Looking for new ways to ring in the holidays in the theater? Look no further than

my seasonal roundup on KQED Arts! Read more

A Candid Date with the Candidate

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A Candid Date with the Candidate

As satire goes, The Totalitarians is blunt, broad and messy in more ways than one.

My review is in the Marin Independent Journal. Read more

The Fall of Bay Area Theater

The Fall of Bay Area Theater

The sheer volume of great theater going on around the Bay Area can be daunting. I’ve picked out a

few likely standouts to get you started. Read all about ’em on KQED Arts.  Read more

Dancer Thinks Inside the Boxer

Dancer Thinks Inside the Boxer

Dancer/choreographer Chris Black gets inside the head of legendary bareknuckle boxer John L. Sullivan.

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Listening to the Bengsons

Listening to the Bengsons

They’re running out of living, so a young couple decides to live a full 60 years together in the 100 days they have left.

My review of the Bengsons’ sublime indie-rock musical Hundred Days is on KQED Arts. Read more

What You Call Porn

What You Call Porn

Liberty Bradford Mitchell describes growing up amid the porn industry as the daughter of one of San Francisco’s Mitchell Brothers in her one-woman show plus backing band.

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