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Tagged with: Berkeley Rep

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.

The best (and the rest) on local stages in 2023

A wealth of productions highlighted the vitality of Bay Area theater in a year of protest and continued pandemic.

Billy Crudup lands the grift in Berkeley Rep’s ‘Harry Clarke’

Solo show is funny, well-produced, stars an award-winning actor—does that explain its wild popularity?

‘Bulrusher’: A California story that wades into fetid weeds

Eisa Davis' 2007 Pulitzer nominee at Berkeley Rep is engrossing, until it succumbs to colorism and misogynoir.

‘Nollywood Dreams’ sends up a fly-by-night film industry with knowing delight

Jocelyn Bioh comedy-drama at SF Playhouse lovingly skewers a ripe target with sharp wit and a plum cast.

‘POTUS’ may be a dumbass, but the satire is toothless, alas

Berkeley Rep comedy wants to show how hard women work behind powerful men, yet lands in generic sitcom territory.

Speculative Shakespeare, and a cocky Kit Marlowe, in Aurora’s ‘Born with Teeth’

Two giants of literature bicker literately in Liz Duffy Adams' entertainingly tinfoil-hat take on the Bard

Despite funky promise, ‘Hippest Trip’ plays like Black history written by ChatGPT

'Soul Train' tribute at ACT jumps the rails when it comes to representation, power, and even music

An excellent ‘Odyssey’ of surprises at Marin Theatre Company

Lisa Peterson puts the Western classic in the hands of four refugee women, who bring it to deeply resonant life