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Theater Dogs · 3d ago

Hamilton in SF: Re-creating America

If you love Hamilton, and let me say for the record that I love Hamilton, there's a whole ...
Theater Dogs · 1W ago

Aurora’s Leni asks: Great artist, Nazi sympathizer or both?

As a dramatic work, Sarah Greenman's Leni about the German filmmaker Leni Riefenstahl, has to juggle history, artistry and, now, discomfiting parallels to our own time. Was Riefenstahl the r...
Theater Dogs · 1W ago

Sisters’ paths diverge in Crowded Fire’s You for Me for You

Sort of an Alice in Wonderland for our topsy-turvy times, Mia Chung's You for Me for You t...
Theater Dogs · 2W ago

Eclipsed demands attention at the Curran

Danai Gurira's intense, harrowing drama Eclipsed really only appeals to two kinds of peopl...
Theater Dogs · 2W ago

Division on display in fascinating Roe at Berkeley Rep

There is so much event and detail in Lisa Loomer's Roe – a brisk re-telling of the events ...
Theater Dogs · 2W ago

A spooky, funny slow burn in ACT’s John

There are two Johns in Annie Baker's John, neither of whom we actually meet. One wreaked m...
Theater Dogs · 2W ago

Fractured fairy tales shine in stripped-down Woods

You've journeyed Into the Woods, but you haven't ever been into these woods. When great mu...
Theater Dogs · 1M ago

Humanity shines in ACT’s Splendid Suns

Let's be honest: sitting in a beautiful theater watching a well-crafted play is an absolut...
Theater Dogs · 1M ago

Hellishly fun Hand job at Berkeley Rep

Hand to God is just the spiritual exploration we deserve at this point in our sordid human...
Theater Dogs · 1M ago

Sacred and profane: much to mull in Playhouse’s Christians

While the San Francisco Playhouse audience was delving into Lucas Hnath's The Christians, ...