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PerformanceStage Review

Stage Review

What makes humans unique? ODC/Dance answers with fun and play

Forget AI and robotaxis. The joy and humor of movement were on full display in the company's 'Summer Sampler.'

Don’t cry for barebones ‘Evita’

SF Playhouse's spare production of the crowdpleaser could use some more fireworks, but it's still a bold move.

SF Mime Troupe’s ‘American Dream’: Palestine, AI, and those two old white guys

Ever topical, the troupe's annual free park show is one of the liveliest and most realized in years.

‘The Lifespan of a Fact’ finds journalism at a perilous juncture

A fascinating play about fact-checking? Believe it.

Load up the truck with family drama, it’s time to hit ‘Mother Road’

Octavio Solis’ latest at Berkeley Rep puts a racial spin on father-son dynamics and the burden of inheritance.

Circus in the Sun: Bella’s outdoors show is a ‘WOW!’

At local parks, the troupe's summer show brings welcome laughs, along with rola bola, lyra, and the Big Juggle.

SF Opera’s ‘Partenope’ offers Old Hollywood glamour, little subtext

With a full century behind them to choose from, SF Opera’s 2023-24 season has had a feeling of “throw things at the wall and...

‘Ghost of King’ channels radical speech by Civil Right leader to a T

Michael Wayne Turner III’s solo show at OTP masterfully evokes the Rev. Dr., but could go much further.

A time-jumping tale of environmental degradation in ‘Garuda’s Wing’

Gripping tale and great ensemble work from Magic Theatre drive home heavy subject without bumper sticker platitudes.

Never mind the capitalism… Here’s ‘The Lehman Trilogy’

Humanizing a rapacious clan of slavery profiteers... in this economy?

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