Arts & Entertainment

Dramatic Mouthful

In late 1942, when our country was a year into World War II, Thornton Wilder’s The Skin of Our Teeth opened on Broadway. Wilder,...

Sacred Land

In 1998, big-city community organizer Steve Costa and his wife, Kate Levinson, moved to Point Reyes Station, and in 2002 bought the town’s only...

Space Force

Expert script-flippage gives texture to the heartfelt female empowerment message in Captain Marvel. It begins as a war-on-terror movie, with an extraterrestrial military gearing...

Habit Forming

There was a time when Hand Habits was reserved for the bedroom. That’s where guitarist and songwriter Meg Duffy would craft melodic homespun folk...

Telling Tubbies

Wine country tourism has “relaxing” in its mission statement, and the latest addition to the leave-your-troubles-behind premise is apparently a bathtub. But unlike the...

Poisoned Milk

New in New York, poor, callow Frances (Chloë Grace Moretz) is just out of Smith College and devastated by her mother’s untimely death, when...

Rhythm Rustler

“My older brother was the only white kid in an all-Filipino gang in Vallejo,” says Kevin Russell, in one of the most unexpected openings...

Early Bloomers

“Totally fucked.”That, dear readers, sums up the teen angst expressed via song in Spring Awakening, Marin Musical Theatre Company’s latest offering. It runs at...

Down Home Stars

Sonoma County vocalists, multi-instrumentalists and songwriters Erin Chapin, Caitlin Gowdey and Vanessa May have already made a name for themselves in the Bay Area...

Vintage Broadway

Anyone going to a performance of Hello, Dolly!—running now at the SHN Golden Gate Theatre through March 17—with an appetite for an enlightened look...