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Tagged with: Magic Theatre

Eviction breeds guerrillas as the people fight back in ‘Dirty White Teslas Make Me Sad’

Ashley Smiley's world premiere at Magic Theatre presses hot button issues through the lives of Black San Franciscans.

Playwright Ashley Smiley takes on neighborhood diplacement and Tesla-stamped MDMA

Her 'Dirty White Teslas Make Me Sad' at Magic Theatre is a personal take on gentrification and the city's loss.

‘Babes in Ho-lland’: Black lesbians deserve cute rom-coms, too

Unexpected love in the college dorm brings up memories of '90s sitcoms in Shotgun Players' latest.

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.

Lorraine Hansberry Theatre stages Black women’s healing with joyful jeté

Artistic director Margo Hall celebrates company's mentorship opportunities and high-spirited holiday production 'Soulful Christmas.'

Jasmine Milan: Best of the Bay 2023 Editors’ Pick

Standout Oakland actress shines light on stories of Black and queer liberation—and even crafts dreamy costuming.

Screen Grabs: American Indian Film Fest 48 brings superheroes and reckonings

The longest-running showcase of its kind kicks off with 'Bones of Crows,' about the devastation wrought by state residential schools

An influencer meets her maker in Crowded Fire’s ‘Edit Annie’

Mary Glen Fredrick's long-gestating West Coast premiere is a sharp look at female scrutiny in the Instagram Age

What we saw at the Toronto International Film Festival

No starry red carpet, but plenty of dazzle in thoughtful new films by Anna Kendrick, Ava DuVernay, Wim Wenders, more

Just like a real family get-together, ‘Josephine’s Feast’ is both cringe and sweet

All-Black cast at Magic Theatre navigates generation gaps and gender roles around the table in Star Finch's latest