Stories about Onstage

Crip wisdom, alive and dynamic

'Sins Invalid' returns to ODC with a galvanizing new show, celebrating bodies at society's vulnerable intersections.

Posh and piffle

ACT's charming, frothy 'King Charles III' mixes speculative drama with royalist fervor

‘Type/Caste’ is a curtain call for theater stereotypes

Rotimi Agbabiaka's solo show dissects onstage, backstage issues of race and sexuality.

You’ve never seen (or heard) ‘Showgirls’ like this

Drag twist on camp classic makes "Showgirls: The Musical" a topless, bottomless delight

Is SF done with Pocha Nostra? (Is Pocha Nostra done with SF?)

Two upcoming performances aside, the world-renowned art troupe isn't quite sure it fits in anymore.

The straight dope

John Leguizamo's "Latin History for Morons" brings revelatory laughs to Berkeley Rep

Mime Troupe tackles ignorance at its root in 57th season

This year brings new outdoor show 'Schooled' and an expanded brick and mortar space.

Madness, yet with method in’t

Shotgun Players' exhilarating "Hamlet" roulette throws game actors to the mercy of fate.

Pulsing onward

After losing its SoMa lease, cutting-edge arts space CounterPulse launches a vibrant 25th season in fresh new Tenderloin digs.

Digging deep, empowered by grief

In "Seed Language," 58 young performers explore society's violence against black and brown bodies.