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"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?
Ironically, if Circus Bella had waited to reclassify its workers, it might not be in this mess.
San José plans to continue to be a part of Campo Santo, the venerable theater company he co-founded in 1996.
Now the company presents its second public performance, "The Last Days of Judas Iscariot," hosted by the Streaming Theatre.
San Francisco actor Liam Vincent has gotten three groups of theater workers vaccinated.
The whole project, which began construction in September, is funded with a $2.2 million capital campaign.
Guaranteed income programs, no matter whom they support, must frequently battle the same zombie ideas.
The adaptation of T. S. Eliot's poem doesn't always live up to its innovative concept or Herculean effort.
The playwright had to choose what the play was about, "how young girls can’t be safe, because of racism."
Inside each kit are teensy envelopes and packages, a reading light, an mp3 player the size of a matchbox and headphones.
"Dear Evan Hansen" is also part of the lineup, with "Come From Away" as an add-on production.
"Fefu and Her Friends," the company's first immersive work, joins previously announced titles.
This spring, local theater grounds us in who we are outside of machines, in our foundational literature and in our ancestors.
Performing in 'God of Vengeance,' Naomi Newman reconnects with her Yiddish heritage.
San Francisco Playhouse's "Hieroglyph" might offer a preview of production methods for a hybrid time post-pandemic.
Early pandemic interviews with people in theater was like asking someone to peer off a cliff into an abyss and say what they saw. What do they say a year later?
Jay Yamada attended California Shakespeare Theater productions night after night until the COVID-19 pandemic put a stop to that. Here's how he's been filling that void.
The reports show how we must reinvent how we value and protect broad swaths of the labor market if we are to emerge from this pandemic.
YETTA GOTTESMAN who has the play's final moments to herself as "Ismelda" wordlessly communicates a thousand burdens. The whole casts' acting gets deep inside each character. Simpl, great ac…
Carole Shorenstein Hays, the founder, president and co-owner of SHN, the lead commercial theatre producer in San Francisco, is no longer with the company, its CEO Greg Holland confirmed last…