It’s early in the theatrical season but there is no doubt in my mind that I have seen the best…
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In the early days of the American Civil War, a political appointee with no military experience is placed in charge…
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What an absolute delight it was to see this sensational revival of the legendary 1956 Lerner and Loewe musical, “My…
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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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