Theater

One Man’s Hot, and Frustrating, Pursuit to Find His Significant Other

Will (August Browning) is Jordan’s (Kyle Cameron) obscure object of desire. His…

 

Is Weightless Based on the Bloodiest Myth of All Time?

The myth of Philomela and Procne is as disturbingly violent as it…

 

Vanity Fair Is Probably Most Enjoyable If You Haven’t Read the Book

Kate Hamill‘s loose adaptation of William Makepeace Thackeray’s largely unclassifiable but mostly…

 

Finding a Measure of Ease, in In Old Age

Only Abasiama (Nancy Moricette) hears the steady booming sound that rises up…

You Do Have to Live like a Refugee in The Jungle

Late in the three-hour production of The Jungle (at the Curran through…

There’s No Place Like Home

Geoff Sobelle begins his genteel performance art piece Home (at Berkeley Rep…

Two Truths and a Lie, in Actually

Amber (Ella Dershowitz) drinks too much the night she meets Tom (Michael…

‘Namaste’ is a Dirty Word, in Yoga Play

When the new CEO of an athleisure wear company asks, “What is…

The Great Leap Trips and Stumbles Forward

Hana Kim’s hypnotizing projection designs provide color, light and motion every time…

The Things She Carried, In Her Portmanteau

The blood running through Iniabasi’s (Eunice Woods) veins has turned to ice.…