Stories about Theatre

Robbie Robertson on heart-wrenching The Band doc ‘Once Were Brothers’

After one last famous reunion in 1976, the seminal roots act was no more. A new film tells the story of era-defining 'brotherhood'

WIN a pair of tickets to see a classic Fellini movie on March 7!

Choose from one of three luscious Italian films showing at the Castro Theatre, celebrating the maestro's 100th birthday.

A pro-immigrant ‘sci-fi magical realism human cartoon opera’? Believe it!

Pantomime pioneer Sara Moore talks about refugees, clowns, and her new 'live silent film' at Z Space.

Never mind the Brexit, here’s Mostly British film fest

A gig-economy takedown, inappropriate romance, off-kilter comedy, wild flights of greed—there's plenty of tea in this year's cuppa.

You’ve never seen a ‘Gatsby’ like this

One entire classic book, six hours, rave reviews. Elevator Repair Service brings its Fitzgerald treatment to Berkeley Rep.

Arts Forecast: Welcome to the ‘Manifesto’

Plus: Pop-Up Magazine, The End of You, a double shot of Kronos, Fog City Magic Fest, Kafana Balkan, Moodymann, more.

In ‘The Children,’ nuclear disaster, strange twists, and surprising humor

Director Barbara Damashek and star Anne Darragh talk about the 'astonishing' heart in Aurora Theatre's new eco-thriller.

Review: Get up, go out, see ‘Wakey, Wakey’

Will Eno's tender, hyperreal play at ACT reflects the uncanny experience of being a contemporary human.

Fiery flamenco meets rousing gospel in ‘Soul Y Alma’

Theatre Flamenco's Carola Zertuche speaks about collaborating with Glide Ensemble for a very unique show.

Arts Forecast: A whole weekend with Laurie Anderson and more

Edwardian Ball, Movement Arts Festival, Lyrics Born, Mercury Soul, Pink Mammoth, and so much to do this weekend