Michael Gene Sullivan

Hilarity ensues in TheatreWorks ‘Around the World in 80 Days’

TheatreWorks Silicon Valley deserves to have a holiday hit on its hands…

 

Ancient myth, modern-day Oakland meld in ‘black odyssey’

In Homer’s ancient epic “The Odyssey,” Ulysses sails slowly back to Greece…

 

SF Playhouse’s ‘She Loves Me’ a sweet holiday treat

Look out, Ebenezer Scrooge, and move over, Nutcracker. “She Loves Me,” which…

 

SF Mime Troupe tackles politics of education in ‘Schooled’

Even though the San Francisco Mime Troupe’s 57th season production “Schooled” focuses…

‘Colored Museum’ a sharp, spot-on satire

The abundant acting and directing talent on display in African-American Shakespeare Company’s…

‘Freedomland’ asks tough questions amid music, laughs

How can we live in a world like this? That’s the question,…

Mime Troupe’s ‘Freedomland’ explores the farce of racism

Producing a play about racism in the summer of 2015 might seem…

‘Recipe’ a witty comedy about revolutionary bakers

“The nose is in the box with the chicken,” whispers nonprofit radio…

SF Mime Troupe takes to the Bay in ‘Ripple Effect’

“Ripple Effect” is a different kind of San Francisco Mime Troupe show,…

Acting elevates adaptation of Dostoevsky’s ‘Grand Inquisitor’

Occasionally actors appear in roles they seem born to play. Such is…

‘Wonderful Life’ hits airwaves

The talent assembled at Marin Theatre Company for “It’s a Wonderful Life:…

San Francisco Mime Troupe skilled in subtle satire

On opening day at Dolores Park, during the San Francisco Mime Troupe’s…

A highly charged, compact 'Julius Caesar’

If you doubt whether six actors can effectively play all necessary roles…