On the stage she and her husband founded, Alaskan artists and themes are right at home.
For generations of Asian-American artists in the Bay Area, life in the theatre has meant a passionate struggle for opportunity and change.
From underground L.A. emerges an auteur with music in his veins.
The Berkeley Rep artistic director has made playing well with others his specialty.
A new cycle of plays about religious belief prompts L.A.’s Cornerstone Theater Company to rethink some definitions: of community, of tolerance, of Cornerstone itself.
Anthony Clarvoe takes flight to ‘Our Practical Heaven.’
Cheryl L. West is unafraid to go where her work take her, whether it’s the front lines of the HIV/AIDS crisis or the lives of generations of black women.
As the planet burns, what can art do that activism can’t? Perhaps, as the work of 3 path-breaking companies attests, that’s a false choice. Plus: a to-do list for green theatre, and sketches toward an eco-canon.
A new adaptation of ‘McTeague’ is more about longing than greed.
The shock tactics of Reza Abdoh push audiences to the edge.