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Tuesday, August 16, 2022

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Finally, ‘Follies’—a loving tribute to a theater era long gone by

SF Playhouse stages the Sondheim favorite after years of delays, with showgirls and old hoofers in spades

Going medieval on queer fantasy in ‘Deal with the Dragon’

Fire-breathing co-dependency and a fetching drag Maleficent in Kevin Rolston's solo show at the Magic

The buck stops and/or starts with gentrification in ‘Dream Hou$e’

Two sisters must decide to preserve a family legacy or jump at a possible payday in Shotgun Players' latest

In ‘Sanctuary City,’ the teetering fates of two star-crossed DREAMers

Martyna Majok’s play at Berkeley Rep offers a damning, impressionistic view of immigration policy post-9/11

‘I had a visceral response’: Bay Area Playwrights Festival boosts diverse voices

From 'A Jumping-Off Point' to 'An Arab Spring,' 45th annual fest brings five new plays to Potrero Stage

‘Boys Go to Jupiter’ asks, Can social media backlash really make someone more racist?

Word for Word's provocative staging of Danielle Evans’ short story delves into one of the era's obsessive questions

At Aurora Theatre, the ‘Wives’ shine through—and so do the mistresses

Jaclyn Backhaus' play brings historical women behind famous men to sad and hilarious life, with shining actors and direction

Home is fragile: ‘Sanctuary City’ director on anxiety and love in immigrant existence

David Mendizábal brings costume and choreography background to story of two entangled DREAMers at Berkeley Rep

Circus Bella climbs, clowns, contorts in ‘Flip * Flop * Fly’

13th season sees adventurous troupe out in the parks again, this time aiming to delight the little ones.

‘Good Medicine’ brings on the Native American laughs

'It's so rare for this to happen': The Bay Area's only comedy show of its kind comes to the Cal Shakes Theater

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