My very-late, but still-relevant review of the ACT’s show about this unsung heroine of baseball history.
Branden Jacobs-Jenkins leans too heavily on shock value and “death (wink, wink) of print” clichés in his latest show at the ACT.
ACT kicks off 2020 with Will Eno’s darkly comic one-act (and short) celebrating why the little things matter most.
The messy legacy of cricket and British colonialism is the focus of Kate Atwell’s fun-but-messy new play.
Caryl Churchill’s incendiary piece gets a gripping new production from the ACT.
Thackeray’s classic novel keeps the Victorian setting and adds modern gender politics in ACT’s lavish new production.
ACT’s latest is a so-so tale of American crass, Chinese refinement, and the universal language of competition.
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.
Awkward tonal shifts and a jagged narrative sink this winner of the 2015 Pulitzer.
The acclaimed indie film – about a Jewish woman’s affair in the Summer of ’69 – becomes a rather lackluster musical at the ACT.