Exploration of self-hating white guy is alternately dope and wack.
Our critics weigh in on local theater.
Choreographer Erika Chong Shuch imagines a strange future.
Music and poetry, not plot, create A Place to Stand's emotional impact
Moving Hamlet to Oakland doesn't show us anything new
Fury, injustice, humiliation and humor in Campo Santo's four-story program
When authors stand up for a cause, the unexpected happens
An epic reading for the 50th anniversary of Allen Ginsberg's "Howl"
The power -- and limitations -- of good acting over bad writing
Theater set in the Tenderloin
Yes, Dave Eggers has written a play, too. Get over it.
Sex and death on the Mexican border
How an S.F. theater troupe helped turn a reclusive novelist into a full-fledged playwright
The Mission's stories come alive in this clever but distracting puzzle of a play
Thick Description's operatic Dreamlandia strains to realize its complex vision
Sean San José moves from raw nerve to whole person in this band-backed play about AIDS
The characters of a first- time playwright choose their own slavery
One horny soldier and his lonely, imaginative wife conjure an energetic world, but abruptness cuts it short
Is Denis Johnson's new work one play -- or three?