SF Indiefest’s 2022 opener starts off strong before falling on its face.
(Belated by embargo) The centerpiece film of SF Indiefest 2021 is a vibrant poetic love letter to the City of Angels.
George Bernard Shaw’s classic satire gets an unfortunately sour reading as part of ACT’s new series.
Aurora’s audio show – originally intended for a live production – adds to the dreamlike quality of Toni Morrison’s debut story.
The inaugural entry in the ACT’s new reading series is Alice Childress’ all-too-relevant 1957 classic.
Can’t read the Writing on the Wall: [hieroglyph] world premiere by SF Playhouse and Lorraine Hansberry Theatre
Two great companies collab for a show that uses a popular lie to tell a troubling rape narrative.
NCTC world premieres an audio solo play about Black pain during the pandemic.
Jennifer Sharp’s Hollywood satire is two interesting films that make up a single uneven film.
The gripping true story of Fred Hampton’s final days gets a dull adaptation that does the story no justice.
Writer-director Eugene Ashe is far too in love with his own style to create any real love between his two leads.