Warming up to Climate's SOMA home.
Pigeonholing Muslims doesn't help the cause or the play.
Two thieves, six actors, and one enduring Mission District legend
Our critics weigh in on local theater
What starts out as an intriguing standoff becomes a predictable tirade
A spiraling, syncopated riff on the relationship between people and their jobs
Psychos is as Gothically improbable and florid with blood as a Tarantino film
Sex and death on the Mexican border
Denis Johnson's third Cassandra play is a long, dark -- and hilarious -- journey
Falling under the creepy spell of Dreams of the Salthorse
Don't Make Me Look Too Psychotic & Hidden Parts
Friend of My Youth plus Book of the Dead