Theater

Check out Play at Home, Mime Troupe, Summer Briefs

Radio serials, new short scripts, and more

 

Affordable, accessible ‘Hamilton’ streams July 3

B’way hit screens on film, captured live from 2016 with original cast

 

SF Playhouse hosts Zoomlets, David Hirata does magic

If being a fly on the (digital) wall at a first rehearsal…

 

Larry Kramer’s persistence opened doors, achieved lasting results

Feisty advocate-writer left indelible impact on SF, the world

Local theaters unite for Black Lives Matter

Stage-screen star Colman Domingo appears in new AASC online talk-back

From ‘Rhinoceros’ to Chekhov and Black Lives Matter

Theater classics go online, troupes take viewers behind the scenes

PlayGround celebrates 25 years with big Zoom Fest

Local theaters expand online activity with plentiful offerings

Podcasts, performances from Marsh, SF Playhouse, Magic and more

Theaters cleverly transition from stage to small screen

The fight isn’t over for this San Francisco venue

PianoFight finds new ways to keep the show going

  • Mar 27, 2020

Attractions, theaters, galleries serve up virtual diversions

Winchestery Mystery House, arts groups move to video, online gatherings

Local arts groups stream canceled productions

Berkeley Rep, ACT selling tickets to see recorded shows

San Francisco run of ‘Book of Mormon’ canceled

Broadway SF shuts ‘Hamilton’ through April 30

Most shows not going on in Bay Area and beyond

Some local troupes offering live-streaming alternatives

‘Toni Stone’ tells story of little-known baseball hero

ACT to provide recording of show to ticketholders

BroadwaySF cancels ‘Hamilton,’ ‘Last Ship’ through March 25

Presenter will continue to ‘monitor the situation closely’

  • Mar 11, 2020

Magic Theatre’s ‘Mangos’ a rich, memorable family tale

Ricardo Pérez González premiere cleverly weaves varied tones

Keala Settle lives the greatest showman’s rule

Singer overcomes fears with success of ‘This Is Me’

‘Retablos,’ ‘On the Periphery’ explore life on the border

Word for Word, Golden Thread, Crowded Fire dramas set in Texas, Turkey

Comedy, tragedy and lived experience explode in ‘Gloria’

Playwright Jacobs-Jenkins asks pointed questions about telling, and owning, stories

Sting builds tuneful ‘Last Ship’

Vivid score, great singers buoy pop star’s musical