Will Franken Crams His Multiple Personalities into a So-Called “One-Man Show”

The phrase “one-man show” is sometimes mistaken for nature's way of saying…

    Tue Dec 20th, 2011 9:30am By Paul M. Davis

Ladies in Waiting Finds New Life in One of the Oldest Tales

At the beginning of Woman Come Down, the young heroine (Kirsten Broadbear)…

    Fri Dec 16th, 2011 8:30am By Lily Janiak

Teatro ZinZanni Closing After New Year's Eve, Expected to Open New Location in Late 2012

Teatro Zinzanni, the nonprofit arts organization masquerading frequently as a circus-like dinner…

    Tue Dec 6th, 2011 1:00pm By Tamara Palmer

How Bill T. Jones Turned Radical African Music Into the Broadway Hit Fela!

It's easy to take for granted that Fela! would be a smash…

    Wed Nov 30th, 2011 11:30am By Jonathan Curiel

Annapurna Playwright Sharr White Says Unconditional Love Has Destructive Power

Playwright Sharr White (The Other Place, Sunlight, Six Years) lives in New…

    Mon Nov 7th, 2011 8:00am By Emily Wilson

Boxcar Theatre's Co-Founder Steps Down

Boxcar Theatre may have faced a heavy blow in June with the…

    Fri Oct 21st, 2011 9:30am By Ellen Huet

Two One-Act Plays Raise Interesting Questions but Come Up Short at Lorraine Hansberry

It's impossible to say why the Lorraine Hansberry Theatre decided to put…

    Fri Oct 21st, 2011 8:00am By Lily Janiak

Don Reed Talks About Having “Serial-Killer Looking People” as Co-workers in Kipling Hotel

Don Reed's first one-man show at the Marsh Theater was called East…

    Thu Oct 20th, 2011 9:00am By Emily Wilson

Horror and Gore Wear Pinstripes and a Fedora in Thrillpeddlers' Fear Over Frisco

It's 1920s Paris. It's 1940s and 1960s San Francisco. It's deviant, luscious,…

Space Hippies Battle the Enterprise Crew on Stage in Star Trek Live: The Way to Eden

In 1969, in one of the final episodes of the original Star…

    Wed Aug 31st, 2011 4:00pm By Michael Leaverton