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UK and SF groups partner on performance-making
Oakland's SALTA collective plans to be 'always looking for a space'
'Hamlet, 'Hey, Slavs!' and other high points along the trail of a Russian theater excursion
Theatre Rhinoceros presents the Bay Area premiere of Caryl Churchill's 'Drunk Enough to Say I Love You?'
'Pageantry' highlights the reality between the lines
Passion meets intellect in Tom Stoppard's past-and-present tale 'Arcadia'
Black Watch shows, tells about young men drawn to war
Brava Theater introduces banned Pakistani political satire 'Burqavaganza' to an American audience
Campo Santo resurrects its own in Richard Montoya's 'The River'
Julie Marie Myatt recasts 1970s nostalgia for our own bleak times in 'The Happy Ones'
Lawrence Wright's new play falls flat at Berkeley Rep
George F. Walker's caustic comedy 'Dead Metaphor' brings it all back home
Hungary's premier stage offers a striking revival of Tony Kushner's groundbreaking play
The Wooster Group and New York City Players make a long overdue Bay Area appearance
'Se Llama Cristina' offers a sentimental story beneath a gritty exterior
Some highlights from New York's APAP-pourri
A a chameleon-like quality and versatile vocals that make her so compelling to watch on stage.
Cutting Ball's Ghost Sonata stalks the stage as the opening gambit of its Strindberg Cycle
Times change (but maybe not so much) in beautifully staged, Pulitzer-winning 'Topdog/Underdog'
The annual San Francisco Fringe Festival embraces humanity again
Mission gangs and tattoos are the stuff of a dynamic experiment in theater activism, as Paul S. Flores' Placas moves from page to stage
FALL ARTS PREVIEW: UK-based Action Hero collaborates with local artists on 'Stranger in a Strange Land' — plus more upcoming theater
'Project: Lohan' takes a second look at LiLo and finds a portrait of the times