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Sarah Ruhl's 'Becky Nurse of Salem' gets its world premiere at Berkeley Rep, stirring an overstuffed kettle of history, feminism and misogyny.
"Summer: The Donna Summer Musical" celebrates the iconic Disco Queen's songs to great effect, but the story line doesn't do her justice.
J.K. Rowling's universe returns in "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child," an often-thrilling but over-stuffed stage show now playing in S.F.
An all-female cast takes on politics, racism, colonialism and cricket in Kate Atwell's world premiere of "Testmatch" at American Conservatory Theater in S.F.
Suzan-Lori Parks' slavery-themed "White Noise" should unsettle its audience, but Berkeley Rep's new production doesn't deliver.
Hoping to make a splash, Berkeley Repertory Theatre launched its first season under new artistic director Johanna Pfaelzer with “The Great Wave,” a political nail-biter about Japanese an…
Susie Medak made her stage debut in “The Three Little Pigs” in kindergarten. She’s had a life in the theater ever since. The 65-year-old has been leading Berkeley Repertory Theatre as …
Cal Shakes presents the world premiere of Madhuri Shekar's 'House of Joy,' a lively but even mix of history, myth and contemporary politics.
Robert Kelley founded TheatreWorks shortly after graduating from Stanford in 1970, now he's entering the final year of a Tony-winning career.
Cal Shakes in Orinda presents its first Bertolt Brecht play with Eric Ting's imaginative, if bracing, 'The Good Person of Szechwan.'
John Leguizamo and Tony Taccone have teamed on the hilarious and un-PC 'Kiss My Aztec!' premiering at Berkeley Rep.
Cal Shakes' "Midsummer Night's Dream" is full of infectious, high-energy humor and pop culture references, while losing none of the play's magic.
"Weightless," a rock music adapted from Ovid's "Metamorphoses" by the Bay Area band Kilbanes, plays at The Strand in SF through May 12.
'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory," the touring musical based on Roald Dahl's beloved book, is a let-down on several levels.
'The Jungle' at S.F.'s The Curran uses a unique sense of immediacy and immersion to bring theatregoers inside an infamous French refugee camp.