Racism, sexism, classism, and privilege are given the mature examination they deserve in this SF Playhouse world premiere.
Not even amazing set design and two-out-of-three great performers can save an unforgivably terrible script in this Magic Theatre world premiere.
I spotlight two shows in Playground’s “Best Of” festival, both of which focus on Bay Area neighborhoods.
One is a hypocritical gentrification drama, the other is a creative (if flawed) crime story.
Some head-scratching directorial choices are the only thing keeping this world premiere musical from being perfect.
Youth Theatre Double-Feature: ‘Macbeth’ at Gritty City Rep and ‘Fly Guy’ at Bay Area Children’s Theatre
A Caribbean take on Shakespeare and an adorable adaptation of a children’s book made for an interesting weekend of theatre.
Creative production values can’t save a muddled script in this Central Works show.
A mediocre script is just one problem with this world premiere Transgender tale by New Conservatory Theatre.
Allison Page’s latest full-length is an intriguing tale of a Millenial sleuth trying to solve the Jazz Era death of her literary hero.