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After more than a year without indoor, in-person theater, actors performing right in front of you packs a surprise wallop.
John Wilkins and his reviews remain the same; it's my understanding that changed.
Though playwright John Wilkins identifies as African American, he is light-skinned enough not to get followed at the grocery store.
For too long now, the 62-year-old company has been coasting on nostalgia.
The $616 million allocation could herald a new era in how the state supports the arts.
First strangers met by phone. This time, audiences meet in person, separated by a pane of glass.
The company's in-person season starts in October. There are no plans to offer an online option.
Melusina Gomez, who both writes and directs, invites audience participation, but only of the gentlest sort.
What's best for the industry and the art form and what's best for individual careers and pocketbooks aren't always the same.
Applicants for grants administered by the Small Business Administration express frustration over delays and bureaucracy.
Performances for 'Dear San Francisco,' which succeeds Beach Blanket Babylon, begin Sept. 22, new producer Club Fugazi Experiences announced Tuesday, June 29.
The new version allows audiences to take in the entire "Cursed Child" story in one sitting.
In spring of last year, he got the idea to produce Naomi Wallace's "One Flea Spare" — and a new company, Remote Theater was born.
How does a theater leader know when her work is complete? Lily Janiak asked outgoing Golden Threads head Torange Yeghiazarian and her successor, Sahar Assaf.
Theatre Bay Area plans to select Erickson's successor by early 2022.
Even in-person shows on actual stages are making sure not to leave out their loyal patrons who are staying home.
Here are a few insights into the show as told by four Bay Area theater workers who've worked on "In the Heights" productions over the years.
Miranda says when he saw Ramos as Usnavi for the first time, "it was sort of like watching your kid try on your childhood clothes, and it fits him better."
The story of Gordon Hirabayashi, who fought his World War II internment all the way to the Supreme Court, is no mere artifact.
"Communion" celebrates that we can still believe and commune against the odds, even when we're told not to.
California Shakespeare Theater's program, which sent its first checks to artists in January, is among the first of its kind.
"We’re excited that 'Hamilton' is coming back to the Orpheum Theatre," said S.F. Mayor London N. Breed.
The production utilizes digital gadgetry that enhances storytelling in inventive ways, including a texting component that engages audiences.
If you discover a proscenium arch, try to break the fourth wall, but other warning signs might be more subtle.
Club Fugazi Experiences plans to make the by 7 Fingers show a love letter to San Francisco for both tourists and locals.
The Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice musical is going to be BroadwaySF's first production in the fall.
If you're comfortable going on a fully masked walk in a park, you'll likely feel safe at "Psychopomp."
"If all goes well in the world, our first production will open in person on Addison Street," says Josh Costello.
Being meta isn't the same thing as spending 94 minutes searching for something to be meta about.
In "Countercoup," Mark McGoldrick recounts being a reckless youth who suffered a paralyzing accident and then went to Harvard Law School so he could fight for others.
What distinct qualities would I get out of each separate medium, and what experiences would hold true across both?