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Former ACT artistic director Carey Perloff debuts a new play that skewers the Bay Area's venture capitalism world at SF Playhouse.
Former American Conservatory Theater artistic director Carey Perloff is debuting a new play at SF Playhouse.
The groundbreaking musical 'Rent' has returned to SF, although it plays more like a retro nugget than an urgent look at struggling youth.
The Tony Award-winning musical "Once" gets its regional theater premiere via 42nd Street Moon through June 30 at the Gateway Theatre in S.F.
Magic Theatre powerfully revives Luis Luis Alfaro's "Oedipus el Rey," an adaptation of the Greek tragedy set in L.A.'s violent gang world.
Rajiv Joseph's "Archduke," playing TheatreWorks Silicon Valley, is a dark comedy that shows how the violent start to World War I could happen today.
Pedro Almodóvar's acclaimed film "Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown' has been adapted for the stage and plays in Lafayette through June 22.
ACT's revival of Ionesco's absurdist comedy 'Rhinoceros' could not be a better fit for these maddening times; and it's a great production to boot.
Sarah Burgess' sharp satire "Kings" comically deconstructs Washington politics; it plays through June 22 at Shotgun Players.
Rachel Bublitz' hard-hitting play "Ripped" depicts a sexual encounter that ends very badly; it's playing at Z Space in San Francisco.
Theatre Rhinoceros presents "Action Hero," a new queer play by John Fisher about a movie star with secrets.
Shakespeare's romantic comedy "Midsummer Night's Dream" is all over the SF Bay Area, with 2 more productions about to open in Concord and San Jose.
Interactive theater troupe Idiot String presents the immersive "Port Stories," focusing on the East Bay community of Port Costa.
"Significant Other," a Broadway comedy getting its Bay Area debut at SF Playhouse, follow a gay man's hard-luck look for love.
Brett Easton Ellis' controversial novel has been adapted into a wildly entertaining musical at S.F.'s Ray of Light Theatre.
Ubuntu Theater Project in Oakland presents a fast-paced and youthful take on Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet."
"Beautiful: The Carole King Musical," which debuted in S.F. in 2013, is back in town at the Golden Gate Theatre through June 9.
Center Repertory Company in Walnut Creek presents "Woody Sez,' a Woody Guthrie jukebox musical that touches on the folk legend's songs and politics.
Lynne Kaufman's "Who Killed Sylvia Plath" at The Marsh in S.F. takes viewers inside the troubled mind of the iconic poet.
Lauren Gunderson's "Silent Sky" at City Lights Theater in San Jose tells the inspiring story of groundbreaking scientist Henrietta Leavitt.
Wayne Harris created and performs "Mother's Milk" in Berkeley, featuring some terrific music and touching stories about his life and family.
Patricia Milton's new play at Central Works in Berkeley finds a group of female British detectives on the hunt for a violent misogynist.
From Shakespeare to Broadway musicals to political satire, here are 14 SF Bay Area stages to see outdoor theater over the summer.
Iconic stage musical "Fiddler on the Roof" comes to San Jose, starring Israeli actor Yehezkel Lazarov as Tevye, and its story of religious persecution seems more timely than ever.
Playwright Aaron Posner has another cheeky Anton Chekhov send-up with "Life Sucks," playing at Custom Made Theatre in SF.
We Players artistic director Ava Roy re-invents Shakespeare's tragedy 'Hamlet" as a cowboy romance in "Undiscovered Country" in S.F.
S.F.'s Arabian Shakespeare Fest revives Betty Shamieh's "Territories," a drama set during the Crusades.
Jason Mendez's new play "Supremacy" explores Black Lives Matters within a framework borrowed from superhero comics.
TheatreFIRST and Shotgun players present Burlingame playwright Geetha Reddy's 'Far, Far Better Things," an adaptation of Charles Dickens' "A Tale of Two Cities."
Poland's Song of the Goat Theatre brings its passionate "King Lear" song cycle to UC Berkeley May 11-12.
Fremont native Kristin Stokes stars as a Greek goddess in the Percy Jackson musical "The Lightning Thief" playing in San Jose May 10-12.