This fascinating hour-long documentary highlights the art (and necessity) of being an independent Black mortician in an increasingly gentrified world.
LCTC stages a raucous, and somewhat bloated, retelling of biblical creation from the writer of ‘In & Out’.
What begins as an intriguing history lesson on The Bible quickly devolves into melodrama in Berkeley Rep’s latest.
Young Jean Lee’s latest is only an hour, but it manages to dismantle a centuries of popular opinions about Christianity.
Although the script veers into cliched (if not racist) territory, strong performances and lavish set design save Berkeley Playhouse’s production.
Martin Scorsese brings a lifetime of Catholic guilt to his latest masterpiece about the power (and fragility) of faith.
Yes, I can hear the people sing… I just wish Russell Crowe wasn’t one of them.