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Charles Lewis III

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Charles Lewis III is a San Francisco-born journalist, theatre artist, and arts critic. You can find dodgy evidence of this at thethinkingmansidiot.wordpress.com

‘Plot Point in Our Sexual Development’ dissects a history of trans love

Definitions of "comfort" are contested as a couple rolls through their sexual triumphs and trials.

Review: ‘Father/Daughter’ challenges audiences with surprising double roles

The first Aurora Theatre Company show for live audiences since February of 2020 explores serious daddy issues.

Review: Berkeley Rep reopens with fluffy ‘Wintertime’

The company's welcome return is a farce full of slamming doors and convoluted coupling that never quite snowballs.

Review: SF Playhouse gallops toward big themes in ‘The Great Khan’

Some spot-on dialogue, dedicated performances, and a solid premise—but Michael Gene Sullivan's play is trying to do too much.

Review: ‘The Claim’ captures the hurricane of immigration red tape

Shotgun Players return with a rapid-fire examination of the limits of bureaucratic and romantic language.

Review: In ‘Interlude,’ swept back to Kansas by COVID

Harrison David Rivers' intriguing play explores the frustrations of sheltering in place in your parents' home—especially when you're gay and Black.

‘Dear San Francisco’: breath-taking style with little City substance

‘Beach Blanket Babylon’ successor is an exhilarating 'high-flying love story'—but of what, exactly?