Stage: Black and White

‘Everyone’s a little bit racist” sing the puppets in the musical Avenue Q. Playwright Greg Kalleres takes that thought and runs with it in...

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...

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...

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...

Arts: Family Stage

Actor Nate Currier of San Rafael has played many Shakespearean characters over the course of his 26 years of life—Romeo, Laertes, Prospero, Lord Capulet,...

Feature: ‘Abba’cadabra

“I have been a fan of Abba for years, but for a long time I wasn’t sure how to tell people that,” confesses Jon...

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...

Arts: Theater Activism

On Friday, April 20, Marin Theatre Company (MTC) acknowledged the 19th anniversary of the 1999 Columbine High School shooting in Colorado, with a casual...

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...

Theater: Two Paths

Jonathan Spector’s Eureka Day, onstage at Berkeley’s Aurora Theatre, may not be a play for the ages, but it definitely is a play for...