A play's 'playwright' can't keep his mind focused on the subject at hand in 'The Late Wedding'
Peter Brook's spare but resonant 'The Suit' takes its Bay Area bow
Comedian Paco Romane bids farewell to his Romane Event — for now
Skewering the absurdities that inconvenience our daily lives
Unique performance group driven by collaboration and a creative sense of place
"I romanticize the outsider. There's always going to be this running theme of me versus the world."
Lily Tomlin takes her classic characters on the road
Dan Harmon charts his own course through the comedy universe
SF Sketchfest's yearly gamut of comedy formats includes a remounting of 1998's off-off-color hit, 'SEX a.k.a. Wieners and Boobs'
Upstage/Downstage Awards: theater's best and worst of 2012
Shotgun Players mount Tom Waits' 'Woyzeck' for the holidays
A multi-faceted, multi-armed organization of sketch comedy, original drama, new play festivals, and comedy-horror-ballet about ducks
Drag-rooted performance works that question the egotism of the artist and the role of the audience
Experimental choreographer Melinda Ring on metamorphoses and process as performance in Mouse Auditions
Negotiating crisis and 'Turbulence' at Portland, Ore.'s TBA Festival
'Marat/Sade' channels revolutionary yearnings and glorious excess from 1789 to 2012
Truth and artifice propel history and 'The Scottsboro Boys' musical at A.C.T.
Burlesque revivalist extraordinaire Dita Von Teese reveals all!
Cutting Ball's docudrama Tenderloin explores its own backyard
The spirit of Michael Jackson returns with Cirque du Soleil
Mugwumpin's Future Motive Power play at SF's Old Mint unearths the buried passions of Nikola Tesla
Dark Porch Theatre explores familial foreignness in Tutor
Zahra Noorbakhsh takes on the NY International Fringe Festival, parental disapproval, and religious tradition