.Charles Brousse

Aug 1, 2018

Stage: Sunday’s Best

San Francisco Playhouse is celebrating summer with Sunday in the Park with George. In the mid to late 1880s, as the impressionist movement was beginning...
Jul 25, 2018

Hard Win

After 28 years avoiding it, the Marin Shakespeare Company finally brings Pericles, one of the playwright’s seldom-performed “difficult” plays, to the stage of the...
Jun 27, 2018

Stage: Bill’s Will

If the night is warm, and the cast and play are strong, attending a summer Marin Shakespeare Company production “under the stars” in Dominican...
Jun 7, 2018

Theater: Youthful Vibe

In his opening-night, pre-show banter with the audience, Marin Shakespeare Company (MSC) artistic director Robert Currier observed that many believe Hamlet is the greatest...
May 31, 2018

Theater: Second Chance

Some bad news/good news for supporters of the spunky Ross Valley Players (RVP): Even though the current production of Sean Grennan’s The Tin Woman...
May 23, 2018

Theater: Colorful Spectacle

To get right down to the nitty-gritty, here’s a prediction: In a few weeks, when the last rumble of cheers and applause dies down...
May 16, 2018

Theater: Prime Time

Watching Jordan Harrison’s Marjorie Prime unfold as the final entry in Marin Theatre Company’s (MTC) 2017-2018 season, I was reminded of Winston Churchill’s inability...
May 2, 2018

Theater: Zeitgeist

There are many lists of “America’s 10 Best Plays,” but all that I’ve seen agree on one thing: Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman...