The healing power of theater, vibrators.
Triumph bombed when it premiered in 1732, but this bonkers love story has aged well
Our critics weigh in on local theater
This visceral punch to the privates has produced some strong reactions
A drunk, irresponsible prince and a dull king waiting for him to grow up. Sound familiar?
Our critics weigh in on local theatre
This savage little comedy about suburban wives is a small delicacy
A short "trifle" about Napoleon is witty as hell but very dry
In Shaw's genre-busting play of ideas, the world rights itself just in time
After 20 years, Caryl Churchill's farce about sexual hang-ups has lost its ability to shock
In Berkeley Rep's Shakespeare, all's fair, but love isn't war
Despite some too-restrained performances, the power of Ibsen's classic Hedda Gabler shines through
Can't you make fun of tech industry greed without resorting to fairy tales?
To some people, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead is still avant-garde
Steven Skybell stars in Hamlet
The Taming of the Shrew