Yasmina Reza’s clunky script is given an equally shaky production for SF Playhouse’s virtual season-opener.
Cheryl Strayed’s tenure as an advice columnist makes for an excellent 2020 opener for the Playhouse.
Tim Minchin amps up the darkness of the classic film in SF Playhouse’s (mostly) well-organized production.
The US may have forgotten its first Chinese immigrant, but her tale is beautifully told by the Magic Theatre.
Clare Barron weaves a darkly comic tale of teen dancers under immense pressure in this Playhouse show.
Megan Cohen turns ‘Miss Julie’ into a pre-apocalyptic farce of class warfare and fine dining.
The SF Playhouse’s great new revival is a reminder good times never last, no matter how good they are.
Lauren English’s light-touch direction can only do so much with this confused script about “singles rage”.
Solid direction elevates Dipika Guha’s “okay” script about the endless cycle of cultural commodification.
Belated Black History Month Double-Feature: ‘The Last Sermon of Sister Imani’ by TheatreF1rst and ‘Her Portmanteau’ at ACT
In which I catch up with two brand new Bay Area shows based exclusively around Black women.