Our critics weigh in on local theater
George Bernard Shaw tackles Brit reserve during the American Revolution.
A new production of a difficult Ibsen classic helps with the play's slippery heroine
A short "trifle" about Napoleon is witty as hell but very dry
Two poor old folks with grand dreams people this farce about middle-class vanity
The Aurora inaugurates its new space with the story of a brilliant zealot
Berkeley Rep's Oresteia is gorgeous to look at, but its spots of good acting get drowned by the staging
The Aurora Theater infuses Shaw's battle of the sexes with lively grace
Transcendental Wild Oats, Yu San (Harmony), and Who's Afraid of Edward Albee?
The first SF Weekly Black Box Awards
Spectacular visual effects invigorate An Ideal Husband; the doggish antics of Kingfish
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