“Luna Gale,” the sun around whom all the characters in Rebecca Gilman’s impressive Bay Area premiere play rotates, is the…
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“Luna Gale,” the sun around whom all the characters in Rebecca Gilman’s impressive Bay Area premiere play rotates, is the…
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It’s three-for-three — all Cal Shakes’ plays have been winners so far this summer under the new artistic direction of…
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Hamlet is so iconic it’s easy to forget how iconic it is. You can barely get through a scene without…
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Psst! Looking for a sure bet? Put your money on the Old Globe’s rollicking, toe-tapping revival of “Guys and Dolls.”…
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Written in 1944, “The Glass Menagerie” by Tennessee Williams (1911–1983), still wields the power to convey truth about the way…
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From the opening minutes of “An Octoroon” when BJJ, the stand-in for author, MacArthur Fellow Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, appears on a…
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Four women wait in a luxurious yet austere room in an unnamed eastern European city waiting for an important man…
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