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…

11 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…

1 year 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…

3 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