Stories about Theater
From the groundbreaking Women's March to the shocking death of Mayor Ed Lee, 48 Hills continued to cover the stories that mattered.
1941 play at Berkeley Rep makes for gripping theater, and poses prescient questions about power, politics, and sacrifice.
With outstanding young lead Katie Maupin, 42nd Street Moon's production of this classic has charm -- and lovely voices -- to spare.
Larry Kramer's searing 1985 play about the dawn of AIDS melds anger and anguish into powerful theatre -- and remains sadly timeless.
David Sedaris, 3rd-i South Asian Film Fest, International Tea Fest, "Mumu," and more upcoming arts picks.
Heralding a return to her childhood home after 15 years, the local favorite brings family together on new album 'Arrullo.'
"The Eva Trilogy" at Magic Theatre follows a prickly, fascinating woman's lifelong journey to shake off a Catholic childhood.
Fourth annual "The French Had a Name for It" floods the Roxie screen with famous stars, troubling plots, and breakout roles.
... Infinite Wrench, Multiverse, The Bad Plus, Born In Flames, and more fantastic upcoming arts events.
Our readers' picks for Best Music Festival, Best DJ, Best Drag Queen, Best Dance Party, Best Literary Night, and more.