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Monday, March 13, 2023

Review: TheatreWorks Silicon Valley’s ‘Fannie: The Music and Life of Fannie Lou Hamer’ chimes uneasily with the present by Steven Winn

The one-woman tribute starring Greta Ogelsby delivers mostly uplifting message, though sheds light on how little progress U.S. has made.   

SOURCE: San Francisco Chronicle at 03:12PM
Saturday, December 10, 2022

Review: S.F. Playhouse presents raffishly subversive ‘As You Like It,’ a Shakespeare musical by Steven Winn

If the show doesn’t always conjure the magic, to paraphrase one of its lines, you’d have to try hard not to have fun and have your heart tugged along the way.

SOURCE: San Francisco Chronicle at 01:59PM
Monday, December 5, 2022

Review: ‘Halie!: The Mahalia Jackson Musical’ features amazing singing yet still comes up short by Steven Winn

As a sustained feat of musical tribute, “Halie!” stakes its claim in clear and often stirring musical terms. It’s as a bio-musical that the show falters.

SOURCE: San Francisco Chronicle at 05:04PM
Wednesday, November 23, 2022

Review: Berkeley Rep’s energetic ‘Wuthering Heights’ mostly hits the mark by Steven Winn

If “Wuthering Heights” doesn’t equal the best of Emma Rice's works, it delivers plenty to savor and recollect. 

SOURCE: San Francisco Chronicle at 01:30PM
Sunday, March 13, 2022

Review: Roger Guenvuer Smith’s ‘Otto Frank’ a visceral exploration of human suffering by Steven Winn

"Otto Frank," a solo show starring the Berkeley-born actor, spreads out a cloak of human suffering and depravity from across the centuries and around the globe.

SOURCE: San Francisco Chronicle at 02:13PM
Friday, July 30, 2021

Jeri Lynn Cohen, actor who brought warmth to Bay Area stage, dies at 62 by Steven Winn

The cause was metastatic breast cancer. There are tentative plans for a memorial service at Z Space in October.  

SOURCE: San Francisco Chronicle at 06:26PM
Wednesday, June 9, 2021

S.F. Playhouse brings live theater back to city with ‘Hold These Truths’ by Steven Winn

Jeanne Sakata’s documentary solo play reopened mainstream, live in-person theater to San Francisco. The production runs through July 3.

SOURCE: San Francisco Chronicle at 03:13PM
Friday, May 20, 2011

'Tales of the City': ACT puts on final touches - SFGate by Steven Winn

San Francisco audiences are about to enter a theatrical time machine with the dial spun back 35 years. Where they land, in a warmly awaited musical "Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City" tha…

SOURCE: San Francisco Chronicle at 01:17PM

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