My first-ever Quantum Dragon show is hindered by – of all things – TOO MUCH world-building.
Dan Giles’ hilarious domestic comedy benefits from a great cast and creative set design in this excellent FaultLine Theater production.
The stage may be new for Af-Am Shakes, but August Wilson’s script is as timely as ever.
The dark social satire hasn’t lost any of its edge in Custom Made’s take on Wendy MacLeod’s one-act.
The classic rapid-fire comedy is inexplicably slowed to a snail’s pace at the SF Playhouse.
A mediocre script is just one problem with this world premiere Transgender tale by New Conservatory Theatre.
The AIDS-era satire gets a somewhat uneven revival as part of Magic’s Legacy Series.
Emotions are far too restrained in Shotgun’s sterile revival of Ibsen-by-way-of-Bergman.
Annie Baker couldn’t commit to writing one play, so she combined all of them into one interminably long ACT production.
A uniquely Asian-American immigrant tale is the focus Crowded Fire’s touching new production.