ARTICLES BY Cy Ashley Webb

Cy spent the ‘80’s as a bench scientist, the tech boom doing intellectual property law, and the first decade of the millennium, aspiring to be the world’s oldest grad student at Stanford where she is interested in political martyrdom. Presently, she enjoys writing for Stark Insider and the SF Examiner, hanging out at Palo Alto Children's Theatre, and participating in various political activities. Democracy is not a spectator sport! Cy is a SFBATCC member.
celestial chorus
by on 12.15.14

The SFGMC never strays too far from that knowledge – which frees us to bring all of ourselves to the holiday.

Celestial
by on 12.09.14

If you balked at J.M. Barrie’s 1902 novel as a child, perhaps because families named Darling, dogs named Nana, and astral beings like Tinkerbell were a walk into the weird, this show is for you.

Christmas present, Christmas now
by on 12.08.14

Saying that this one-man show is about Copeland’s efforts to get his mother a jewelry box would be like saying Moby Dick is about a whale.

Nothing horticultural
by on 12.01.14

Kathleen Turner stars in ‘Red Hot Patriot’ at Berkeley Rep. “A perfect holiday show if you can’t countenance anymore Nutcracker saccharine.”

The Arts
by on 12.01.14

If Jingle Bell Rock rings your chimes, you’ll be as happy as an Elvis impersonator at Graceland.

Bring your hankie
by on 11.25.14

Wilder and Bracco’s play works so well because of the obvious lengths they’ve gone to make this historically accurate – to make it less of a fairy tale and more of a real-life miracle.

Meet the new boss - same as the old boss.
by on 11.24.14

Aurora Theatre in Berkeley consistently brings us smart, intelligent theatre – and ‘Breakfast with Mugabe’ is no exception.

Wish they all could be Italian girls...
by on 11.18.14

Stark’s acting chops absolutely made this performance, especially the end of the first act of which Hancock spoke so highly.

Nijinsky meets the aerialists
by on 11.17.14

Cirque du Soliel is unparalleled at creating fantastical environments peopled by surreal beings doing things barely imaginable.

San Francisco Arts
by on 11.17.14

Unlike the sitcom Ricky, Losada leads a real band and sings on stage, with a rich tenor that just might make you swoon.