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Tuesday, May 17, 2022

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Onstage

‘Octet’ unleashes the demons of Internet obsession, in song

With a solid cast, Dave Molloy's play at Berkeley Rep takes on addiction to 24/7 digital culture—but should come with a tl;dr

‘The Incrementalist’ contrasts Black activism then and now, radical or from within

Cleavon Smith's world premiere at Aurora Theatre aims for 'meet me halfway' dialog on Berkeley campus turmoil

For Rinabeth Apostol, acting meets activism in acclaimed ‘Fun Home’

A star of the 42nd Street Moon production delves into its essential representation, as a queer Filipina-American.

In ‘Endlings,’ a humorously profane dive into a vanishing Korean way of life

Ferocious Lotus and Oakland Theater Project collaboration highlights indelibly foul-mouthed seaside workers

Time-tripping back to the height of AIDS in ‘PrEP Play’

'Peggy Sue Got Married' meets pre-exposure prophylaxis in Yilong Liu's relevant tale of generational disconnect

After a long wait, we finally glimpse ‘Intimate Apparel’

Pandemic-delayed Lorraine Hansberry Theatre production features some strong turns in this Lynn Nottage play at new home

Will BenDeLaCreme finally put a ring on it?

The 'terminally delightful' drag queen confronts the madness of love and marriage at Oasis, in 'the strangest show I've ever done.'

Review: ‘Water by the Spoonful’ weaves a web of addiction and Internet

Quiara Alegría Hudes' 2011 Pulitzer winner at SF Playhouse feels technologically dated—yet alarmingly still relevant

With new doc and big plans, BeBe Zahara Benet is forging a legacy

The Cameroonian-American winner of RuPaul's Drag Race's first season talks 'Being BeBe' and hitting the road

Review: Vivid ‘Passing Strange’ gets a timely revival from Shotgun Players

Stew's 2007 musical is an essential expansion of Black representation—stretched out, however, it loses some power

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