Shotgun hosts the West Coast premiere of James Ijames’ scathing satire of White privilege in art.
Sorry, Frank – it was NOT “a very good year”.
Still, there were bright spots to be found.
Bold acting choices, creative set design, and an intriguing-if-uneven script make for an interesting show by Gritty City Rep.
The sets are amazing and the songs are classics, but Dominique Morisseau’s truncated script shortchanges its subjects in this Berkeley Rep world premiere musical.
Marcus Gardley’s play is so close to perfection that it’s enough to drive you crazy that it doesn’t quite get there.
Fine acting and great Berkeley Rep production values can’t save Branden Jabobs-Jenkins’ God-awful script.
A strong director and able cast elevate a clichéd story in this Shotgun show.
A Black woman aims for biting social commentary, but winds up giving herself the “All Lives Matter” treatment in this uneven new satire by Luna Malbroux and Faultine Theater.
The San Francisco theatre institution marks its return with this stripped-down revival of Samm-Art Williams’ critically-acclaimed play.
The stage may be new for Af-Am Shakes, but August Wilson’s script is as timely as ever.