Theater: Brave staging

By David Templeton “I wear the chains I forged in life!” This ghostly report from the...

Theater: comedy vs. drama

By Charles Brousse The people who bring you live theater will tell you that comedy...

Theater: Double dose

by David Templeton Two entertainingly hard-punching comedies by Theresa Rebeck are hitting the North Bay...

Theater: Their world

By Charles Brousse For the first 80 minutes of its 90-minute running time, Marin Theatre...

Theater: Changing faces

by David Templeton From new faces on the management team to a new face on...

Theater: Portrait of Americana

by Charles Brousse For months we’ve been hearing about the American Conservatory Theater’s new second...

Theater: Tiny fragments

by David Templeton In Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, as everyone knows, a creature is assembled from...

Theater: Meeting the challenge

by David Templeton When 2005’s The Light in the Piazza first materialized on Broadway, there...

Theater: Courageous effort

by Charles Brousse It’s 1967. A pair of previously unacquainted American war veterans—one from Korea,...

Theater: Broken promises

by Charles Brousse Whatever its shortcomings, Peter Quilter’s play Glorious!, currently on view on weekends...

Theater: Lasting recognition

by Charles Brousse Ever since Edward Albee settled into semi-retirement, American playwrights have been engaged...

Theater: Murder and mayhem

by Charles Brousse Excepting the comedies, there’s no scarcity of villains in Shakespeare’s 37-play canon....

Theater: Falling short

by David Templeton If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, then perhaps disappointment is...

Theater: Local legend

by David Templeton Perhaps you remember this. There was once a tiny theater tucked into a...
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