It was thrilling to see a live Shakespeare play at California Shakespeare Theater’s Bruns Amphitheater in Orinda. “The Winter’s Tale”…
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Live theater is back at The Old Globe after a 17-month pandemic hiatus with an exuberant full-scale, outdoor production of…
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A principled, duty-bound man takes a step out of his lane and loses his moral compass in the engrossing world…
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Among the hallmarks of 1980s culture were big hair, shoulder pads, yuppies, MTV and a middle-aged Jewish woman with a…
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TheatreFirst’s 2020-21 virtual season is presenting six world premiere plays and visual essays. Initially, the theater company aired online chapters…
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“The Waves in Quarantine,” Berkeley Rep’s artistic and impressionistic, although somewhat puzzling, series of six linked documentary films, was shot…
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First-day-on-the-job jitters take on new meaning when your boss was a judge at the Nuremberg trials for Nazi war criminals….
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This remarkable English language presentation of the 1906 Yiddish play, “God of Vengeance” (“Got Fun Nekome”)was written by Sholem Asch…
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The streaming production of “[hieroglyph]” is the story of a bright, artistic, but traumatized 13-year-old girl, Davis (outstandingly impressive work…
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A woman sits on the floor and stares out towards the left.
“Remind me again.” “About what.” “About it they say it feels like.” “Skin against skin.” In the opening scene of…
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