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Mr. In-Between

John Fisher's adaptation of The Picture of Dorian Gray casts bright light on murky morals

The final act

FALL ARTS: Bay Area stages cover the gulf and cruise the outer limits this fall

New and improv-ed

San Francisco Improv Festival returns to link past and future

Put on a happy face

Paul Rudnick's tonics for gay solemnity lack fizz at New Conservatory

Deep red bells

Crowded Fire premieres Enrique Urueta's "psycho-Southern queer country dance tragedy"

Sexy, seedy, comical

Capitalism is a wild ride in The Apotheosis of Pig Husbandry

Butoh, and beyond

San Francisco International Arts Festival: theater highlights

Are you experienced?

Theatre Rhinoceros mounts Sexrev: The José Sarria Experience

Happy returns

ACT mounts Morris Panych's likeable Vigil

There be more

Dan Carbone reclaims the Dark Room's late-night stage with wild fits of storytelling and subconscious reverie

Fo sho

Eastenders' "Fo/Faux!" revisits, and riffs on, Dario Fo's We Won't Pay! We Won't Pay!

Underground and proud

Dan Carbone evokes the most unconventional of worlds -- and does it his way

Schooling the teacher

Aurora Theatre's The First Grade tackles life lessons

Curtain calls

The year that almost ate China, or after the deluge

Revisiting the ReOrient

Golden Thread's festival of plays exploring the Middle East turns 10

Beth Wilmurt

GOLDIES 2009: An unexpected approach to acting which animates devastatingly unassuming characters


GOLDIES 2009: Buzzers, blackouts, spook shows, and a thrilling resuscitation of "marginal" traditions

Teeny ‘Tiny’

Berkeley Rep's "Tiny Kushner" shows the towering playwright in lest than statuesque form

Night of the living theater

Sleepwalkers' Zombie Town has brains (and eats them, too!)


Sins Invalid puts the spotlight on sexuality and disability

Musical melange

Brief Encounter and South Pacific hit low and high notes

Fringe follies

Sizing up SF's eclectic theater festival

Velvet goldmine

THE QUEER ISSUE: Thrillpeddlers revive a Cockettes classic

Home run

American Hwangap a winning homecoming dramedy