Tag: Jomar Tagatac

Cal Shakes’ actors bring ‘Henry VI,’ ‘Richard III’ to life

When it comes to Shakespeare’s history plays, “Henry VI” has always been something of an outlier. Theater companies tend to…

4 weeks ago

Cal Shakes’ ‘Everybody’ ponders life and death

Taking an urgent, here-and-now approach, California Shakespeare Theater’s West Coast premiere of playwright Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ “Everybody” is a forceful, energetic…

2 months ago

‘Vietgone’ a funny, touching immigrant experience tale

Immigration is such a hot-button issue these days, it’s hard to find a play that doesn’t address it as anything…

7 months ago

Shotgun Players’ ‘Caught’ dazzlingly ponders nature of truth

There are very few things you can take at face value in local trickster-playwright Christopher Chen’s “Caught,” now in a…

2 years ago