“Gloria,” a 2016 Pulitzer Prize finalist, starts off on an average day in the culture department of a dysfunctional New…
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Don’t think that the movies have exclusive title to making bio-pics. Opera has been at it for years. Donizetti set…
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We are inclined to follow Johnny Eliasen anywhere. In his staging of this special delivery rendering of “Études,” our devotee…
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“Gatz,” the extraordinarily creative and intelligent combination of an oration and recreation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic novel, “The Great…
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“A Thousand Thoughts, a thousand questions, mine, yours, ours, theirs, questions that perhaps open up things that definitive answers would…
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Hurricane Diane is about two-thirds satirical comedy and one-third social activism. The comedy part is fantastic. Set in a (mostly)…
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It was a pleasure to watch some of my favorite Bay Area artists and director doing their best work at…
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The Wilma Theater has been redesigned as a multi-tiered amphitheater to frame Rajiv Joseph’s provocative 2017 political play ‘Describe the…
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“If you allow me the time to exist, everything will be all right,” announces a gregarious gender fluid puppet. Inspired…
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The extraordinary and applauded theatrical production of “Gatz” has played to sold-out theaters in the United States and Europe since…
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It’s still the same old story, a search for love and glory. Okay, so I paraphrased it. To hear playwright…
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