Full cast announced for limited, pre-Broadway run of Harold Pinter’s play this August
Now playing in San Francisco, Berkeley and San Jose: A look at three shows worth checking out.
Acclaimed collaborators paint a portrait of renowned poets Robert Lowell and Elizabeth Bishop
“When you write an article, a piece of reportage, you have to stay within the limits of facts, of what really happened, [but literature] universalizes the truth.” – Oriana Fallaci
Featuring music by George Gershwin and Ira Gershwin The special presentation will land on the Thrust stage for two weeks in June. Hershey Felder stars as George Gershwin. Joel Zwick directs.
On the Stark Theater Radar: openings at Marin Theatre Company, Magic Theatre, and Aurora Theatre.
With Troublemaker, playwright Dan LeFranc has created an altogether new universe, with unique words, hipster expressions, and a lot of, well, a lot of… freakin freak.
Team Stark is on location for major theater openings across the San Francisco Bay Area including Troublemaker (Berkeley Rep), Next to Normal (SJ Rep), Somewhere (TheatreWorks) and 4,000 Miles (A.C.T.).
Adapted and directed by Emma Rice, The Wild Bride is a grown-up fairy tale that follows a girl’s journey through a visual wonderland.
Many refer to the story of The White Snake as “profound.” Yet I have another take on it. Like, how many times have us guys fallen for a woman who turns out to be a snake?