One Man Performs All 31 Parts of “A Christmas Carol”

Say what you will about Christmas shows — that they're overly sentimental, moralistic, and...

Yes You Candide

Candide, an operetta based on the satirical, eighteenth-century novella by Voltaire, seems to be...

Review: Delicate Particle Logic by Indra’s Net Theater

Science has a woman problem. Or, perhaps it's more accurate to say that science...

Review: “Redwolf” by Ragged Wing Is a Modern, Sexy Take on the Classic Fairy Tale

Have you ever thought, while reading the classic fairy tale Little Red Riding Hood,...

Tricks and Treats

Christian Cagigal is an illusionist, theater artist, and magician who once described himself as...

Review: Lovebirds Is a Hilarious Romp Through the Swingin’ Seventies

Marga Gomez is back in the East Bay and better than ever. In Lovebirds,...

Teen’s Found Journal Inspires Modern Dance Performance

A couple of years ago, members of the local dance group Stranger Lover Dreamer...

Review: An Audience with Meow Meow at Berkeley Rep Is Not Quite Purrfect

When it comes to cabaret-style performances, you can't get more original than Meow Meow,...

Review: Altarena’s Boeing Boeing is Delightful Delightful.

By most rational measures, Boeing Boeing, a sudsy, French comedy from the 1960s, shouldn't...

Review: Cal Shakes’ Pygmalion Revives Witty Tale of Class and Feminism

Pygmalion, the classic, century-old George Bernard Shaw play about middle-class morality and gender returns...

Review: Brian Copeland’s The Scion is a grisly retelling of the San Leandro sausage factory killings.

In the year 2000, Stuart Alexander, owner of the Santos Linguisa Sausage Factory (and...

Review: Splathouse Double Feature Parodies B Horror Movies

Impact Theatre's Splathouse Double Feature with The Sadist and Eegah! is many things —...

Review: ‘Shrek the Musical’ at Berkeley Playhouse Is a Roaring Good Time

Traditional fairy tales are often snoozers, full of froufrou princesses that sing to rodents...

Review: ‘Daylighting: The Berkeley Stories Project’

For the last three years, writer Dan Wolf, director Rebecca Novick, and Shotgun Players...
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