Science has nothing to do with this poorly-written May-December rom-com at the ACT.
A feminist manifesto play and a gender-swapped submarine drama make for two bold (if uneven) evenings of female-driven theatre.
You wouldn’t think “rom-com” and “Vietnam War drama” would go together, but the ACT pulls it off well.
Strong performances carry Breach Once More’s take on David Lindsay-Abaire’s Pulitzer-winning heartbreaker.
Berkeley Rep veteran Julia Cho returns with a school shooting drama that’s both impotent and exploitative.
Though the script is over-packed with characters, the combination of great direction, performances, and tech make this another winner for Berkeley Playhouse.
Toxic masculinity is taken to task in this SF Playhouse world premiere dramatizing the #GamerGate controversy.
The innovative use of technology never gets in the way of the love story in this Magic Theatre world premiere.
Ubuntu’s attempt to deconstruct Tennessee Williams’ classic paradoxically reveals how little they understand of the material.
Though Garson Kanin’s old play feels fresher than ever, not even Millie Brooks’ winning performance can save SF Playhouse’s stale production.