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Friday, March 24, 2023

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PerformanceStage Review

Stage Review

SF Playhouse’s staging of ‘Clue’ is a real whodunnit

Our critic finds the play's talented cast and director working with a proverbial dead body.

In ‘Mondragola,’ a young radical faces down—Machiavelli?

Central Works’ season opener lampoons theatre itself, just as much as politics.

Monk ado about belief and destiny in Luis Alfaro’s ‘The Travelers’

The playwright's recent work at Magic Theater followed a monastery suffering a crisis of faith and funds.

‘Cambodian Rock Band’ faces down terrors of genocide with zingers and jams

Lauren Yee's musical at the Berkeley Rep interrogates a terrible history with song.

Fizzy and full of song: You’ll get a kick out of ‘Anything Goes’

42nd Street Moon's production of the Noel Coward chestnut boasts a game cast and plenty of familiar tunes.

‘Getting There’ wove Ugly American tropes into Parisian storylines of love and loss

Dipika Guha’s world premiere one-act at New Conservatory entertained as it lampooned.

In ‘Crushing Wheelchairs,’ stinging tales of being unhoused, by the unhoused

Theatre of the POOR's production builds a sense of community while calling out 'the violence of looking away.'

Time is a queer and curious thing in Tom Swift’s ‘A Marriage’

World premiere at Live Oak Theatre has noble intentions, aiming to be everything, everywhere, all at once.

Culture on the precipice of gentrification in ‘Paradise Blue’

Dominique Morisseau's latest Detroit Cycle addition at Aurora Theatre highlights jazz as Black community safe space

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

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