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Wednesday, October 5, 2022

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Naming the wave: Christina Anderson’s ‘the ripple’ dives into deep waters

World premiere multigenerational drama at Berkeley Rep swims through acts of righteous rebellion

At Cal Shakes, a ‘Lear’ set adrift in Black San Francisco

Marcus Gardley's play moves Shakespeare's royal tragedy to the Fillmore in 1969, with much pontificating.

‘Man of God’: High school avengers seek to slay for thousand sexist cuts

Trigger warning: This review and the production it covers address the topics of sexual harassment, sexual assault, incest, and eating disorders. At the traditional pre-show...

Keith Hennessy set the pandemic to dance at CounterPulse with ‘Back’

The choreographer finds joy—and a fanciful stage wardrobe—in early COVID memories.

Live Shots: Oakland Pridefest’s Big Freedia, Crystal Waters, and more shimmered onstage and off

Captures from the fest really "harness" The Town's afternoon energy.

Going hard for the Bard: SF Opera’s jaw-dropping ‘Antony and Cleopatra’

John Adams' latest transports Shakespeare to 1930s Europe—and set designer Mimi Lien nearly steals the show

‘Moulin Rouge’ and ‘The Empire Strips Back’: two bonkers spectacles on SF stages

If you're the type of Star Wars fanboy who gets his Underoos in a twist about the franchise "going woke" by including diverse actors...

‘Lear’ comes to the Fillmore: A Bay take on Shakespeare’s great tragedy

Cal Shakes' new production centers Blackness, and features live accompaniment by jazz favorite Marcus Shelby.

When familiar feels fresh: World premiere of ‘Goddess’ transcends

Now when can we get that original cast recording?

14 can’t-miss fall concerts, from Grace Jones to Lucibela

These are the tickets, featuring Santogold, Sweater Funk, and the B-52's farewell tour.

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