Theater

Movies and more in Max 2019: A Space Festival

Art, science merge in entertaining, educational programs

Stephen J. Dubner brings ‘Freakonomics Radio Live!’ to The City

Podcaster revamps popular program for the stage

  • May 12, 2019

Realism and superheroes don’t jibe in ‘Supremacy’

Playwright Jason Mendez tackles too much in Exit Theatre premiere

‘Life Sucks’ amusingly updates ‘Uncle Vanya’

Custom Made takes playful approach with Aaron Posner’s adaptation

Ancient poem becomes modern musical in ‘Weightless’

Kilbanes’ innovative rock opera onstage at ACT’s Strand

‘Significant Other’ a funny, tender look at love and friendship

San Francisco Playhouse production gets the details just right

‘We Have Iré’ shines light on local Afro-Cuban artists

Performers share stories of success in playwright Paul S. Flores’ multi-media premiere

Rain, romance don’t gel in ‘110 in the Shade’

Ugly duckling story hard to buy in 42nd Street Moon show

Yes, there are tickets to see ‘Hamilton’

Show extended through Jan. 5 at the Orpheum

‘Down Here Below’ a vivid look at lives of the homeless

Ubuntu Theater’s premiere is set in an Oakland encampment

Kate Hamill’s ‘Vanity Fair’ resonates in 21st century

ACT’s adaptation of Victorian novel is over the top yet amusing

‘Vanity Fair’ performer balances acting and activism

Prosthetic leg doesn’t hold Anthony Michael Lopez back

‘Undiscovered Country’ a Shakespeare-Wild West mashup

We Players’ period piece is evocative, unexpected

Lady Bracknell lights up Aurora’s ‘Earnest’

Sharon Lockwood steals show in Wilde’s classic comedy

Musical ‘Chocolate Factory’ missing Roald Dahl’s spirit

Shrill stage adaptation lacks joy of classic kids’ book

‘Beach Blanket Babylon’ to end 45-year run

Wacky, hat-filled musical revue closing Dec. 31

Director shifts smoothly from the palace to ‘The Jungle’

Justin Martin takes on royals, immigrants in recent projects

Love tempers immigrant experience in ‘Jungle’

Curran’s West Coast premiere a timely, vibrant true story