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Tagged with: Berkeley Rep

‘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.

Sound! Lights! Survival! It’s ‘Cambodian Rock Band’

Lauren Yee's play at Berkeley Rep uses Dengue Fever's music to tell a story of terror, resilience, and justice.

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.'

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

Moors at 11: A dialed-up ‘Wuthering Heights’ boasts great music

But Emma Rice and Wise Children’s stripped-down, slapstick adaptation at Berkeley Rep can't escape tonal whiplash

Naming the wave: Christina Anderson’s ‘the ripple’ dives into deep waters

World premiere multigenerational drama at Berkeley Rep swims through acts of righteous rebellion

In ‘Sanctuary City,’ the teetering fates of two star-crossed DREAMers

Martyna Majok’s play at Berkeley Rep offers a damning, impressionistic view of immigration policy post-9/11

85-minute lipsync becomes theater star’s joy in ‘Dana H.’

Jordan Baker speaks to the rigor involved in portraying the true-life tale of a chaplain counselor's five-month abduction.

‘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

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