Tim Minchin amps up the darkness of the classic film in SF Playhouse’s (mostly) well-organized production.
A good cast can only do so much of this “satire” of rom-coms that supports their worst tropes.
Rachel Bublitz returns to SF to premiere a funny, sad, humanizing tale of campus sexual assault.
Lauren English’s light-touch direction can only do so much with this confused script about “singles rage”.
The Lobster’s claws go after holiday rom-coms in their latest hilarious show.
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.
Science has nothing to do with this poorly-written May-December rom-com at the ACT.
You wouldn’t think “rom-com” and “Vietnam War drama” would go together, but the ACT pulls it off well.
The innovative use of technology never gets in the way of the love story in this Magic Theatre world premiere.
Though Shotgun pulls off some grand production design, Madeleine George’s script doesn’t successfully tackle the themes it ponders.