Set in 1890s Cuba, the story features a young widow who runs a local pharmacy and faces decisions of personal and political dimensions.
A new production at African American Shakespeare Company has a Chitlin’ Circuit flavor.
Noah Haidle’s newest play Smokefall, which features two fetuses discussing the outside world, “only makes sense in the context of theatre.”
Diane Glancy’s new play explores Native issues.
In ‘Somewhere,’ Matthew Lopez dramatizes the tradeoffs of gentrification in the name of the arts.
When San Francisco’s venerable but ailing flagship theatre hired a 32-year-old neophyte to lead it, they didn’t know what they were in for. Neither did she.
The ‘House’ actor on Shaw, the high of theatre acting, and getting sloppy.
Shotgun Players mounts Robert Wilson and Tom Waits’s fragmented rethink of Büchner’s thorny classic.
Des McAnuff will direct “Yoshimi” at La Jolla Playhouse through Dec. 16.
The Imaginists will present “The Ratcatcher” this December.