Theater

This Woman’s Work in Shotgun Players’ Iron Shoes

Late in the second act of Iron Shoes, Kelly Atkins, a member…

 

Cause and The Effect, at S.F. Playhouse

In Lucy Prebble’s drama The Effect (through April 28 at S.F. Playhouse),…

 

The Uncertainty Principle Takes Over A.C.T., in Heisenberg

Georgie Burns (Sarah Grace Wilson) accosts a man in a train station…

 

Attack of the Clone, in Aurora Theatre Co.’s A Number

You’ll find the melodrama in Caryl Churchill’s A Number inside the play’s…

Qui Nguyen’s Vietgone Repudiates the Prevailing Vietnam War Narrative

Jomar Tagatac is in danger of being typecast. At the start of…

We Need to Talk About Office Hour at Berkeley Rep

Less than a month after this February’s Parkland, Fla., school shooting, a…

Eat Breakfast and Watch LGBT History Unfold, in The Compton’s Cafeteria Riot

When you come out as queer, the public announcement is only part…

G. B. Shaw’s Widowers’ Houses Should Resonate With Anyone Who Pays Rent

Blanche (Megan Trout) hates the poor. “At least, I hate those dirty,…

Lucia Berlin’s Emotional Baggage Was Not Light

Every weekday, my mother woke up coughing a few minutes before noon,…

Gay Millennials Grapple With AIDS, in Still at Risk

In the canon of AIDS literature, Tim Pinckney’s Still at Risk (at New…