‘Carmelina,’ an overlooked romantic musical from Lane, Lerner, and Stein, gets a revival in San Francisco.
‘Party People’ focuses on American revolutionary movements from the 1960s and ’70s.
How a new musical about the WWII-era internment of Japanese Americans came together.
The human condition gets a workout at 2 festivals: Humana and Pacific Playwrights.
Their much-anticipated ‘Tales of the City’ musical will debut—where else?—in San Francisco.
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.
An actress rides shotgun on the rough-and-tumble development of David Edgar’s epic ‘Continental Divide.’