KML’s latest takes an hilarious look at a certain sexist director who loved to film in San Francisco. It’s grawesome!
Awkward tonal shifts and a jagged narrative sink this winner of the 2015 Pulitzer.
Young Jean Lee’s latest is only an hour, but it manages to dismantle a centuries of popular opinions about Christianity.
One of the most volatile events in US history is the backdrop for an ultimately toothless story at the Aurora.
Sarah Kane’s rarely-produced final work is the subject of a wonderfully haunting production by Anton’s Well.
An all-Asian cast empowers this hilarious satire of White privilege theatrical dramas. Only one fatal flaws keeps it from perfection.
This would-be satire of White progressivism soon devolves into a poor treatise on the evils of fascism.
Bitter Pill Double-Feature: ‘The Effect’ at SF Playhouse and ‘Eureka Day’ world premiere at Aurora Theatre
The idea of “better living through chemistry” results in an imperfect SF Playhouse show and an excellent Aurora show.
The acclaimed indie film – about a Jewish woman’s affair in the Summer of ’69 – becomes a rather lackluster musical at the ACT.
KML’s first-ever Pride show masterfully lampoons everything from hompophobic tech bros & Gay dating sites to str8 actors being awarded for playing LGBTQ+ characters.