Tag: Dan Hiatt

ACT’s ‘Father Comes Home’ a gripping Civil War epic

In Suzan-Lori Parks’ engrossing drama “Father Comes Home from the Wars, Parts I, II and III,” the ambivalent enslaved man…

5 months ago

David Allen’s ‘Ghost Light’ photos illuminate Bay Area actors

For his exhibit “Ghost Light,” performing arts photographer David Allen went old-school: He shot the 20 images of local professional…

7 months ago

John Douglas Thompson scores with subtlety in ACT’s ‘Hamlet’

Recent performance practice seems to demand that every Hamlet go ballistic. No one is happy unless Shakespeare’s tragic hero is…

12 months ago

O’Neill comedy ‘Ah, Wilderness’ comes to life at ACT

In his only comedy, “Ah, Wilderness!,” written in 1932 in the midst of the Depression but set in 1906, the…

3 years ago

‘Upright Grand’ hits right notes

Don’t be fooled by the deceptively simple opening of playwright Laura Schellhardt’s father-daughter drama, now onstage in a TheatreWorks premiere.…

6 years ago