Robert Sokol

New musical ‘Guppy’ bravely swims upstream

A Theatre Near U performers show spirit

African-American Shakespeare Co. sharpens Macbeth’s dagger

Modern translation of classic tragedy resonates

Sweet, loving words spoken in ‘Language Archive’

TheatreWorks mines comedy in quirky Julia Cho script

TheatreWorks wins Tony, opens Rajiv Joseph’s ‘Archduke”

South Bay troupe celebrates 50 years with regional award, premiere

‘Kiss My Aztec’ turns the historical hysterical

Berkeley Rep Mesoamerica-set premiere cheerily takes on colonialism

ACT’s ‘Rhinoceros’ director doesn’t strive for creature comforts

Frank Galati calls Ionesco classic ‘a philosophical romp’

Burlingame native mothers all Caroles equally in ‘Beautiful’

Suzanne Grodner enjoys long run in tour of popular 1960s-set musical

‘American Psycho’ the musical stands tall in shallow ground

Ray of Light production is a guilty pleasure and thrill-ride

Melissa Errico celebrates a Legrand night for singing

Broadway vocalist, composer were ‘friends and conspirators’

Ancient poem becomes modern musical in ‘Weightless’

Kilbanes’ innovative rock opera onstage at ACT’s Strand

‘Chocolate Factory’ producer holds golden ticket for screen-to-stage musicals

Show based on Roald Dahl’s classic a case of evolution

‘Vanity Fair’ performer balances acting and activism

Prosthetic leg doesn’t hold Anthony Michael Lopez back

Director shifts smoothly from the palace to ‘The Jungle’

Justin Martin takes on royals, immigrants in recent projects

‘Falsettos’ hits high notes for chosen family values

Creating a chosen family is a concept that blends well with progressive…

‘Black Eagles’ tells sadly timely Tuskegee Airmen story

Injustice is a fertile seed for good drama. So is aspiration. Both…

‘Working is the best thing’ for Chita Rivera

By the time most people see their 80s, thoughts of work are…

Laughs abound in NCTC’s ‘Steve’

Meet Steven (Greg Ayers), a quip-prone, middle-aged gay man with middle-aged angst…

Yee’s ‘Great Leap’ mixes hoops and hopes at ACT

Politics, culture clashes and generational divides are recurring themes for playwright Lauren…

‘Great Leap’ mixes hoops and hopes at ACT

Politics, culture clashes and generational divides are recurring themes for playwright Lauren…

Steves and laughs abound in NCTC’s ‘Steve’

Meet Steven (Greg Ayers), a quip-prone, middle-aged gay man with middle-aged angst…