The First Step: Diary of a Sex Addict

Sometimes, before you’re able to confront a problem, you must admit the problem exists. It can be easier said than done. That is what writer/director Michael Leeds conveys in his honest, funny, vivid and unapologetically shameless and bold  ...

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

I'm a huge Harry Potter fan. The two terrific full-length plays (one matinee and one evening performance, separated by about two hours) that comprise “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” are  ...

The Most Happy Fella

Stage Door Theatre’s breathtaking production of “The Most Happy Fella” offers some of the strongest singing you’ll hear on a stage. And you’ve got a little less than a month to hear the gorgeous voices belonging to members of a  ...

A Non-Equity Tour of “42nd Street”

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. -- It’s a safe bet to assume many people see “42nd Street” to “come and meet…those dancing feet.” Current non-equity national tour director Mark Bramble doesn’t disappoint in a mostly commendable production that played a  ...

The Mad Woman in the Volvo

Sandra Tsing Loh, performer, writer and comedian, is a bright, gutsy woman whose newest on-stage memoir, “The Madwoman in the Volvo,” reveals much more about a person’s private life than an audience is accustomed to learning. But we  ...

946: The Amazing Story of Adolphus Tips

The Kneehigh Theatre of Cornwall (“The Wild Bride,” “Tristan and Yseult,” “Meow, Meow”) in association with Birmingham Repertory Theatre is back in Berkeley for the holidays, before traveling to Los Angeles and New York City.  ...

Pygmalion

Remy Bumppo Theatre’s new production of George Bernard Shaw’s “Pygmalion" is a sparkling, proto-feminist version of the classic 1912 script. Director Shawn Douglass makes sure we capture every word of the linguistic interplay in scenes where Henry Higgins (Nick  ...

Seuls survivor

Writer Harwan is so preoccupied with his 15,000 page thesis on theater and director Robert Lepage that he barely notices the odd things that are happening in his dingy hotel room- an old phone rings without being plugged in,  ...

King Charles III

In "King Charles III", Chicago Shakespeare stages a story of future history. Queen Elizabeth has just died and, finally, Prince Charles will come in to his own as King Charles III. But an unruly Parliament and his two sons intervene  ...