Like, Totally Killer!: ‘MacBitch’ by The Breadbox

Knowing when to forego Shakespeare proves the ultimate winning move in the final show from Breadbox Theatre. Continue reading Like, Totally Killer!: ‘MacBitch’ by The Breadbox

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In For a Penny: Bum-rush the Show!

Originally posted on San Francisco Theater Pub:
“A wise man told me ‘Don’t argue with fools ‘Cause people from a distance can’t tell who is who’ ” —Jay Z, “The Takeover”, The Blueprint This past week I went to the Berkeley Rep to catch a preview performance of Jeff Augustin’s Last Tiger in Haiti. The story revolves around a group of “restaveks” (child slaves) and the stories they tell themselves to cope with the horrors of their daily lives. The first act takes place 15 years in the past, the second in present day, with the shadow of the 2010… Continue reading In For a Penny: Bum-rush the Show!

Theater Around The Bay: Talk is Sheep

Originally posted on San Francisco Theater Pub:
Charles Lewis III brings us a special report on the rebirth of Theater Pub’s performance branch. Welcome back, old friend. Right now I have three distinct memories stuck in my head. The first takes place a few years ago when I found myself crashing on the sofa of Clint Winder (tech guru for PianoFight) and his roommate, Rob Ready (the artistic director). It had been a wild night of inebriated debauchery in which I probably did one or two things I’d probably regret if I could remember them. Needless to say, I was… Continue reading Theater Around The Bay: Talk is Sheep