Robert Kelley

TheatreWorks’ ‘Tuck Everlasting’ warms the heart

For the holidays, TheatreWorks’ offers a handsome production of “Tuck Everlasting,” which…

 

Bay Area arts organizations see changes at the top

After years, sometimes decades, of steady leadership, major Bay Area arts organizations…

 

‘Two Minds’ glimpses at complex psychologists

The brain teasers come fast and furious in local playwright Lynne Kaufman’s…

 

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

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

‘Constellations’ melds science and matters of the heart

Everything that can happen does happen and is happening. If you can…

‘Outside Mullingar’ a touching slice of Irish life

Sentimental, yes, and predictable, yet altogether beguiling, John Patrick Shanley’s romantic comedy…

TheatreWorks’ comic ‘Cyrano’ stays true to original

“Cyrano” starts off in contemporary fashion, with the actors wandering casually onstage…

Chekhov’s soul goes missing in ‘Country House’

Parodies and adaptations of, and homages to, turn-of-the-century Russian playwright Anton Chekhov…

Theatreworks goes mod and musical in 'Being Earnest'

Start with the wit of Oscar Wilde, blend in an Austin Powers…

‘33 Variations’ hits right notes

“I have to understand why a genius becomes obsessed with mediocrity!” exclaims…

Steinbeck classic predictably tragic at TheatreWorks

“We got a future,” migrant farmworker George assures his companion, the mentally…

‘Secret Garden’ not so magical

Maybe I would have liked the current revival of the 1991 Tony-winning…

Theatrical ‘Sense and Sensibility’ misses Austen’s wit

In creating her story of two young women in love, Jane Austen…

Jane Austen’s ‘Sense and Sensibility’ comes to Bay Area stage

TheatreWorks founding director Robert Kelley has a theory why Jane Austen’s works…