“Tree” at SF Playhouse Takes On Race and Family

Growing up white, in a fairly segregated small town in southern Louisiana,…

    Fri Jan 23rd, 2015 8:54am By Emily Wilson

Video Game Designer and Playwright Aaron Loeb Draws From Life for His New Work: “Ideation”

Sitting in a conference room at the San Francisco-based Kabam, where he’s…

    Tue Sep 9th, 2014 12:18pm By Emily Wilson

“Seminar” at the SF Playhouse Deals with Writers' Fragile Egos

Director and San Jose State theater professor Amy Glazer is beyond enthusiastic…

    Fri May 2nd, 2014 8:00am By Emily Wilson

A Non-Conformist, Anti-Hero Grabs the Spotlight in “Jerusalem”

In “Jerusalem,” Jez Butterworth's Tony and Olivier winning play, Brian Dykstra enjoys…

    Thu Feb 6th, 2014 12:00pm By Emily Wilson

“Storefront Church” is the Last in John Patrick's Trilogy on Church and State

Along with winning a Tony and a Pulitzer for his play, “Doubt,”…

    Wed Dec 4th, 2013 2:15pm By Emily Wilson

Grounded: Drone Pilot Drives Home From War Every Night

To play the role of a fighter pilot who gets sent to…

    Thu Aug 29th, 2013 2:45pm By Emily Wilson

Un-Scripted Theater's Improvised Dickens Musical Is Hard Times Indeed

Here's a testament to the make-it-up-as-it-goes ethos of improv. If a show…

    Fri Dec 2nd, 2011 8:30am By Alan Scherstuhl

Light Is Heavy — and Light Again

Comedy is not what we associate with Tennessee Williams. But Period of…

    Wed Nov 9th, 2011 4:00am By Lily Janiak

Improvised Horror

Remember sitting in the dark with friends, turning off all the lights,…

    Wed Oct 19th, 2011 4:00am By Chantal Jolagh