Summer’s a bummer in all but music

Dec 05

<i>Summer’s</i> a bummer in all but music

For a terrible show, Summer: The Donna Summer Musical is fairly enjoyable, and that is for one reason alone: the music. As jukebox musicals go, this one is toward the bottom of the list, which is surprising given that director and co-writer Des McAnuff has two shows much (much) higher on that list: Jersey Boys and Ain't Too Proud: The Life and Times of the Temptations.

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Harry Potter grows up in magical Cursed Child

Dec 02

Harry Potter grows up in magical <i>Cursed Child</i>

Harry Potter, known as "the boy who lived," has continuously found life on the pages of seven best-selling novels, on the screen in eight blockbuster films, in theme parks both in Florida and California and now on stage in an epic two-part, five-plus-hour play that has to be seen to be believed.

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Of mice and music: Berkeley Rep’s Despereaux charms

Nov 26

Of mice and music: Berkeley Rep’s <i>Despereaux</i> charms

There are so many charming, astonishing, inspiring moments in PigPen Theatre Co.'s The Tale of Despereaux you have to stop logging them and simply realize that, from beginning to end, this is exactly the show we need this holiday season.

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Cricket tests history in ACT’s feisty Testmatch

Nov 08

Cricket tests history in ACT’s feisty <i>Testmatch</i>

You could say that Kate Attwell's Testmatch, the world premiere play at American Conservatory Theater's Strand Theater, is about cricket. You could also say it's about untangling the gnarly knots of history. But the impact, especially in the savvy way Attwell has constructed the play, comes from its emphasis on the deep interconnection of everything to everything.

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For the love of STOMP

Nov 07

For the love of <i>STOMP</i>

After a seven-year absence, STOMP has returned to San Francisco, but only for five days at American Conservatory Theater's Geary Theater. This touring production is top notch, and the two new routines – one involving rolling suitcases, the other involving a musician playing avortex of objects in motion – are thrilling.

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White Noise shocks, ultimately disappoints at Berkeley Rep

Oct 04

<i>White Noise</i> shocks, ultimately disappoints at Berkeley Rep

Suzan-Lori Parks' White Noise is an intensely interesting play. Just not a very good one.

And that's surprising given that Parks, a Pulitzer Prize-winner, has bent, molded and shaped contemporary theater to her will through sheer force of intelligence, powerful writing and the courage to configure theater as she needs it to be configured.

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Churchill is tops in ACT’s Top Girls

Sep 26

Churchill is tops in ACT’s <i>Top Girls</i>

The mind of Caryl Churchill is an extraordinary place to spend an evening. Happily, this theater season, the Bay Area will see an abundance of Churchill, beginning with American Conservatory Theater's season-opening Top Girls from 1982.

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