San Francisco’s Performers Under Stress explores into the unknown and unexpected.
Commercial and not-for-profit theatres can’t do without each other, but hooking up can be as profitable as it is problematic.
The kind of tension his plays provide may be just what contemporary audiences are looking for.
How Oregon Shakes is using coproductions to help create a body of American history plays.
A behind-the-scenes look at a prolific playwright’s process.
When the Polish theatre guru came to teach in Irvine in the 1980s, he turned the group into a new experiment in mystery and discipline.
By trading in its old home for the 13,000 square feet Theater Artaud, the 20-year-old Bay Area theatre sees an opportunity to intensify its commitment towards new work.
Jeremy Bloom’s ‘Peter/Wendy,’ at San Francisco’s Custom Made Theatre Company, distills J.M. Barrie’s tale down to its essentials, with just seven actors and some happy thoughts.
The playwright and the actor talk about their collaboration.
Teatro Visión adapts a classic Mexican film for the stage and explores how hunger has defined—and still defines—low-income communities.