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Friday, February 3, 2023

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Sketchfest greats: Cheech & Chong take the high road, Bruce Campbell gets roasted

The two stoner comedians celebrated 50 years together, and the beloved B-movie actor brought down the house

From whence comes wonder? Dacher Keltner and Michael Pollan opine on ‘Awe’

Keltner's new book examines the often-surprising sources of self-dissolving moments.

At SF Sketchfest, Upright Citizens Brigade reawakened communal laughter

Guests like Tim Meadows of SNL and Nichole Sakura of 'Superstore' kept the crowd rolling.

Don Reed’s ‘The Never Too Late Show’ rolls with the punchlines

The Oakland stand-up offers an intimate look at a career in perseverance.

In ‘Poetic Justice,’ notable seniors grapple with how they’ll be remembered

Two one-acts by Lynne Kaufman at the Marsh-SF pleasantly kick off 2023 with big themes and historic figures

2022’s highlights on stage, in a year of navigating theater’s return

The best (and worst) of welcome Bay Area productions—but let's remember that COVID is still with us, please.

Update on the Bard’s gender-bending ‘As You Like It’ is a year-end treat

... too bad the company fails to heed its Shakespearean warning.

Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice… Beetlemeh?

Blowing up the movie to musical size means the story loses much of its chaotic charm

Jeannine Anderson soars above white noise in ‘Halie! The Mahalia Jackson Musical’

Opera singer may have performance of the year in Darryl V. Jones’ long-gestating Lorraine Hansberry Theater project

Moors at 11: A dialed-up ‘Wuthering Heights’ boasts great music

But Emma Rice and Wise Children’s stripped-down, slapstick adaptation at Berkeley Rep can't escape tonal whiplash

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