A feminist manifesto play and a gender-swapped submarine drama make for two bold (if uneven) evenings of female-driven theatre.
A Black woman aims for biting social commentary, but winds up giving herself the “All Lives Matter” treatment in this uneven new satire by Luna Malbroux and Faultine Theater.
Racism, sexism, classism, and privilege are given the mature examination they deserve in this SF Playhouse world premiere.
Imagination is key – both in the script and in the set design – in Breach Once More’s low-budget take on Noah Haidle’s dark social satire.
Though the performances are uneven, strong direction and social commentary bolster Cutting Ball’s take on the classic Greek myth.
Two beloved film properties prove to be past their prime in this ho-hum day at the multiplex.
Originally posted on San Francisco Theater Pub:
Charles Lewis III, giving us another look at Paul Flores. Paul Flores in character, in public. “There will be no pictures of pigs shooting down Brothas on the Instant Replay” – Gil Scott-Heron, The Revolution Will Not be Televised On-site theatre…
Sofia Coppola makes her first great film with this story of privilege and entitlement.
Rich White woman says a something bad and doesn’t see what the big deal is. There’s a reason for that…