SF Fringe Festival tells it like it is with random tales from the service sector and beyond
Class and solidarity are a makeshift matter in David Lindsay-Abaire's Good People
FALL ARTS: THEATER Onstage highlights of the coming season
With Wet the Hippo, big-top veteran John Gilkey and associates explore the big bottom
CounterPULSE's Performing Diaspora explores the state (and states) of ethnic dance in the Bay Area
Teatro Jornalero Sin Fronteras makes common cause with the Imaginists
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
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'
Thomas Bradshaw's 'The Bereaved' sends-up the breakdown of the American middle-class
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