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Blasphemously talented singers, beatboxers and rappers cook up, on the fly, a miniature hip-hop opera about your day.
Meñez is the final piece of Z Space's new distributive leadership model.
"There can be the stress of whether you match up, whether you’re quote-unquote ‘as good,’" Nic A. Sommerfeld said.
Actors at TheatreWorks, Bay Area Children's Theatre, Berkeley Rep and more share the thrills and chills of filling in last-minute.
The quiet assurance of the Tony-winning show at BroadwaySF's Golden Gate Theatre almost makes other musicals look insecure.
For a city of fewer than 125,000 residents, Berkeley has an outsize reputation as an arts destination in part because of Medak.
"I love what happens when you have an audience meeting artists halfway," Berkeley Rep's Susie Medak said.
The Tony-winning musical about isolation and waiting might strike pandemic-era audiences differently.
The new policy adheres to a San Francisco Department of Public Health order applying to operators of indoor "mega-events."
For too long now, we've allowed a region with first-class performers to make its art so physically inaccessible.
Shows by SFBATCO, Berkeley Rep, Oakland Theater Project and more gleam in Bay Area theater in 2022.
Gifts from Zendesk, Amazon, SalesForce to theaters, choruses and more suggest the start of a shift in tech philanthropy.
Cal Performances, Berkeley Playhouse and Cutting Ball Theater have also announced cancellations.
San Francisco Playhouse, SFBATCO and California Shakespeare Theater offered just some of 2021's Bay Area theater highlights.
"Conservatory" is inscribed in ACT's middle name; without the master's program, the theater will have to forge a radically different identity.
FoolsFury festival director Claudia Alick urged everyone to "resist the narrative that closing is failure."
Two of the Bay Area's most exciting theater companies — one a major institution, the other small and scrappy — are working together.
The long-running London production of Stephen Mallatratt's play operates quietly and steadily, with confidence in its solid bones.
As a technical difficulty-plagued opening night approached three hours, all that was left was bargaining with God.
For Chase Center, Davies Symphony Hall, American Conservatory Theater and other venues, COVID has meant an immersion into HVAC.
At Shotgun Players, the gritted-teeth panic of the not-quite-finished show seeps through.
The romantic comedy adapts Shakespeare into a musical so persuasively you might think the two genres had always been intertwined.
Every monstrous skinflint was once a small child, the S.F. production says, one who read adventure stories and imagined his toys to life.
The composer and lyricist, who died Friday, Nov. 26, made musical theater encompass the full range of human experience.
The folk singer-songwriter, who never had wide name recognition, gets new life in the form of a piece by theater artist Beth Wilmurt.
The move concludes a 15-year tenure with the Tony-winning theater, and it closely follows the departure of Robert Kelley.
At its best, the world premiere "Georgiana and Kitty: Christmas at Pemberley" is a field day for its nine-person cast.
It would be one thing if the "My Fair Lady" sound gaffe lasted only a moment instead of recurring throughout the show.
An uneven New Conservatory Theatre Center production is deeply interested in seminal memories of the body and desire.
Playwright Kait Kerrigan elongates what could have been a poetic, fragmentary play into a full-blown relationship postmortem.
In Charles L. Mee's play, with lift-off come immediate flights into the wondrous.