The San Francisco Shakespeare Festival brings the last leg of its 29th season to the Parade Ground Lawn of the Presidio this month with a solidly entertaining production of “Cymbeline.”One of the Bard’s less-often-produced titles, it is listed as a tragedy, though it is really more of a romance. No one dies except the villains and it has a generally happy ending with lovers and families reunited. Read More
Dancing boys, singing Shakespeare and women dressed as men dressed as donkeys — it’s all business as usual on Bay Area stages. The summer months bring a bountiful bevy of outdoor productions, even though the weather doesn’t always cooperate. Fog can chill the air as often as the sun warms it, so be prepared.
2012 — The Musical!
It’s the end of the world as we know it … again. Read More