Small Mouth Sounds

Broad Stage, Santa Monica, January 11-28, 2018 AT&T Performing Arts Center, Dallas, January 31-February 4, 2018 Arsht Center, Miami, February 16-March 4, 2018 Philadelphia Theatre Company, March 13-April 1, 2018 “Small Mouth Sounds” is an extraordinary play that is both satirically funny and poignantly sad … all while the  ...

Suburbicon (2017)

Stop me if you've heard this one before, but apparently there's more to suburbia than meets the eye (and it's not always the wholesome Norman Rockwell painting it's cracked up to be)! That's right, folks: in his sixth feature behind the lens as director, George Clooney  ...

Mill Valley Film Festival 2017

Despite the devastating fires taking place just north of Marin County, where the Mill Valley Film Festival takes place, this year’s festival forged ahead to celebrate its 40th anniversary. They also made a valid point to remember their neighbors facing hardships in nearby Napa and Sonoma counties. Each screening was  ...

Imaginary Comforts

Daniel Handler, aka Lemony Snicket, author of the wickedly gothic children’s books, “A Series of Unfortunate Events,” is presenting his first play, the amusing “Imaginary Comforts, or The Story of the Ghost of the Dead Rabbit” in its world premiere production at Berkeley Rep, skillfully directed by Tony Taccone.  ...

The Killing of a Sacred Deer (2017)

In the contemporary footsteps of Michael Haneke, Gaspar Noe, and Lars von Trier and the more distant lineage of Luis Bunuel and Pier Paolo Pasolini comes Greek Yorgos Lanthimos as the latest buzzed auteur provocateur. His latest is "The Killing of a Sacred Deer," a movie  ...

Margaret Jenkins Dance Company

“The swirling winds, the fire, and the saved…” Michael Palmer A Mars-red sun stares at San Franciscans from a sky full of soot. Just miles away from the city another culture is going up in flames. The apocalyptic grey sky is palpable; a snow of ash is falling from  ...

Quixote: On the Conquest of Self

We are the authors of our own lives, mostly figuratively, but exceedingly literally in Writers Theatre’s energetic production of Mónica Hoth and Claudio Valdés Kuri’s Quixote: On the Conquest of Self, translated into English by Georgina Escobar and based on the classic novels written by Miguel de Cervantes in 1605  ...