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PerformanceStage Review

Stage Review

Pina Bausch’s ‘Rite of Spring’ matched tempestuous weather with fierce intensity

Dancers from 14 African countries—and a piece by legends Acogny and Airaudo—filled Zellerbach with light and heat.

Killing My Lobster sketches a decade of laughs, coked-up Spiderman and all

In 'Best of KML,' the venerable comedy troupe revisits some greatest hits—just don't toss that baby out the window.

Guess what, kids! Your family is a ‘Cult of Love’

Leslye Headland's new play at Berkeley Rep delves into the multifarious dysfunctions of a Jesus freak clan.

At SF Ballet, two very different sides of ‘British Icons’

Notoriously difficult, dissimilar pieces by Kenneth MacMillan and Frederick Ashton showed the company's versatility

It’s AI versus a good bowl of pho in ‘My Home on the Moon’

Minna Lee's Asian-focused queer sci-fi love story at SF Playhouse plumbs all-too-human depths of the uncanny valley.

Arts Forecast: ‘The Wiz’ whisks us right down that Yellow Brick Road

Plus: Danny Glover, Kafana Balkan, Valentine's Gay, Tongues Untied, parallax errors, Bob Dylan Center, more great things to do

‘Babes in Ho-lland’: Black lesbians deserve cute rom-coms, too

Unexpected love in the college dorm brings up memories of '90s sitcoms in Shotgun Players' latest.

‘Mere Mortals’ drowns its provocative beauty in noise and lights

SF Ballet takes on the promise/threat of Artificial Intelligence, but the digital onslaught is all too much.

Don’t mind the AI, ‘Mere Mortals’ is a human triumph

SF Ballet's techno take on the Pandora's box of Artificial Intelligence feels like something completely new

In ‘Match Girrl,’ Dance Brigade lights up a world of inequality

Taking off from Hans Christian Anderson's tale of poverty and abuse, while banging on the McMansion gates

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