Category: Theater

Time-traveling ‘Reel to Reel’ gets lost in the future

If you can never know what another couple’s marriage is like, your own can be a mystery, too. You never…

2 months ago

‘Megabytes! The Musical’ magnetically takes on tech

There’s a charm about “Megabytes! The Musical,” a low-tech revue about the high-tech world onstage in the basement of San…

3 months ago

SF Playhouse’s funny ‘Born Yesterday’ strikes modern note

As San Francisco Playhouse Artistic Director Bill English explains in the program for the company’s current production of Garson Kanin’s…

3 months ago

Jill Vice shows versatility in ‘Fatal Step’

“A Fatal Step,” which Jill Vice calls “the outrageous one-woman noir,” plays like a mini-movie in which the wildly talented…

3 months ago

Curran announces music-filled 2018 season

Tony-winning “Dear Evan Hansen” is in the lineup of the Curran’s 2018 season. Impresario Carole Shorenstein Hays held a party…

3 months ago

ACT masters nuances in Pinter’s ‘Birthday Party’

The second act of the late British playwright Harold Pinter’s three-act play “The Birthday Party,” now at American Conservatory Theater,…

3 months ago

Felder in sensitive tune in ‘Great Tchaikovsky’

We in the Bay Area have had the privilege of seeing only a few of the many solo shows by…

3 months ago

‘Stroke of Luck’ a story of family, survival

In her solo show at The Marsh, Diane Barnes asks some provocative questions, such as: “Did I need a stroke…

3 months ago