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TheatreWorks Silicon Valley’s latest production examines the stories of those who seek shelter and respite at a library that straddles the U.S./Canada border.
Lauren Yee's anticipated Bay Area premiere of "Cambodian Rock Band" ready to rock Berkeley Rep.
Theatre of the Poor presents play about the Bay Area's homeless crisis, created by and starring the local unhoused residents of San Francisco.
ACT alum and Broadway standout is set to perform his “Along the Way” solo show Saturday, Feb. 11, at the Strand Theater.
The Pulitzer-winning playwright brings her new play "Clyde’s" to Berkeley Rep.
Isabella Esler, 18, lands gig as Lydia Deetz for the touring production of the Broadway show adapted from the classic '80s film.
B Noel Thomas spoke with The Chronicle about finding her true self, and building up her artistic voice before starring in Z Space’s latest production in S.F.
Lavish touring production of the Broadway musical plants an elephant and a red mill out in the Orpheum Theatre audience.
Cal Shakes’ production is a modern translation of one of Shakespeares’ most brutally heartbreaking tales, set in San Francisco’s “Harlem of the West” era.
The writers and creatives behind “Goddess” spent 16 years perfecting their adaptation of a Kenyan myth that is originally only four sentences long.
Playwright Karen Zacarías and director KJ Sanchez make remarkable choices in adapting Shakespeare's classic into a queer, bilingual tale of colonial California.
Wilson once chatted with Bond about a new play he had written, a talk that left Bond mesmerized at every word uttered by one of America's greatest playwrights.