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Santa Claws: Killing My Lobster’s ‘A Very Special Holiday Special’ is merry and bright

The lauded sketch comedy troupe knows just how to mine seasonal frustration for laughs and pathos

Buster Keaton is the GOAT (and Pola Negri slays) in ‘Day of Silents’

This time around, the annual Castro showcase of delectable rarities also gives two Asian actors their due, among other wonders

Screen Grabs: Another Hole in the Head fest brings indie nightmares before Christmas

From Satanic Hispanics to SAWrannosaurus Rex, local theaters—including the reopened 4 Star—flow with fake blood. Plus more!

Ignore the plot: ‘The Great Comet’ seeks to entertain

With a cast of two dozen, the Shotgun Players have a blast. Shame about the dropped COVID restrictions.

The shapeshifters of Masako Miki

The artist expresses complex bicultural identity through works both miniature and monumental.

Sympathetic ‘A Picture of Two Boys’ tells story of friendship under fire

It's a tale that will feel familiar to many—but does the play have what it takes to do the trope justice?

Screen Grabs: Two Mexican heavyweights go big

Iñárritu and Del Toro aim high with "Bardo' and 'Pinocchio.' Plus: 'Dos Estaciones,' 'There There,' and 'The Menu'—new movies!

‘The Lost Art of Dreaming’: Power of queer-trans reverie, now in real life

'We need expansive imagination, now more than ever' says Sean Dorsey of his dance troupe's latest, finally on stage

A hot splash of Viêt history in ‘Colonialism is Terrible, but Phở is Delicious’

Dustin H. Chinn's often hilarious, scalding play at Aurora takes on gentrification and cultural erasure

Screen Grabs: Transgender Film Fest celebrates 25 eye-opening years

Plus: Canadian legends in 'Moments of Perception,' Housewife Aryan Nation in 'Soft & Quiet,' Jennifer Lawrence in 'Causeway,' more