Georgia Rowe

An uneven uncoupling in ACT’S ‘Last Five Years’

Time works in mysterious ways in “The Last Five Years.” Jason Robert…

Divine laughs with Sean Hayes in ‘Act of God’

God has landed in San Francisco, and he’s got issues. In “An…

‘How and Why’ explores issues of biology, and much more

Nature and nurture are in conflict in “The How and the Why”…

Star-studded ‘Macbeth’ never fires up

The new Berkeley Repertory Theatre production of “Macbeth” opens on a particularly…

‘Unfortunates’ a satisfying, surreal musical folk tale

The music moves in mysterious ways in “The Unfortunates.” So do the…

‘Little Erik’ updates Ibsen drama to modern-day S.F.

An unhappy marriage cracks like thin ice on a frozen river in…

‘Stage Kiss’ a charming valentine to theater

In “Stage Kiss,” a kiss is more -- much more -- than…

‘Monster-Builder’ a raucous romp about art and architecture

There’s a moment in Aurora Theatre Company’s production of “The Monster-Builder” in…

‘Riverside’ kicks off ACT season brilliantly

If the new American Conservatory Theater production of “Between Riverside and Crazy”…

Flight attendants’ lives come to light in ‘Mud Blue Sky’

It’s not all friendly skies for the women of “Mud Blue Sky.”…

Cal Shakes stages wild, wonderful ‘Irma Vep’

The weather was clear and balmy for last weekend’s opening of “The…

Anna Deavere Smith boldly seeks justice in ‘Notes from the Field’

Anna Deavere Smith is back at Berkeley Repertory Theatre, and that’s good…

Spain’s dramatic Golden Age comes to light in Cal Shakes’ ‘Dream’

The California Shakespeare Theater has built its reputation on works by its…

‘Love and Information’ pits humanity against data crush

“Is it better to know things or not to know things?” In…