Tag: Tony Taccone

Berkeley’ Rep’s ‘Angels’ righteous and relevant

There’s a poignant sense of déjà vu in the Berkeley Repertory Theatre’s new production of “Angels in America.” There’s also…

5 months ago

Daniel Handler’s ‘Dead Rabbit’ an absurdist delight at Berkeley Rep

“I am the ghost of the dead rabbit!” proclaims an earnest actor in a goofy, long-eared rabbit mask (the inimitable…

11 months ago

Scoop: Countersuit claims Johnny Depp responsible for his own spending woes

Now Johnny Depp is in hot water about too much spending. TMG, his former business management company, says he spent…

2 years ago

‘It Can’t Happen Here’ oddly irrelevant in today’s troubled political times

When the large, multi-racial cast assembles onstage at the start of Berkeley Repertory Theatre’s world-premiere adaptation of Sinclair Lewis’ 1935…

2 years ago

John Leguizamo’s funny, educational ‘Latin History’

For many of us, back to school is still some weeks away. But John Leguizamo is getting the jump on…

2 years ago

Berkeley Rep’s ‘Aubergine’ tasty and satisfying

“Aubergine,” Julia Cho’s lovely theatrical meditation on food and family, goes down easy. Directed by Tony Taccone, the Berkeley Repertory…

3 years ago

Scoop: Clay Aiken says final ‘Idol’ season begins with a yawn

“American Idol” season 2 runner up Clay Aiken had a few harsh words about the first episode of the show’s…

3 years ago

Moscone’s moving memories fuel ‘Ghost Light’

The 1978 assassinations of Mayor George Moscone and Supervisor Harvey Milk marked a grim day in San Francisco history. Gunned…

7 years ago