Center Repertory Company

Social Media Use Continues to Rise Across San Francisco Venues

Why are sports writers and political pundits able to stir up active online debate whereas their counterparts in theater cannot?

SF Bay Area theaters see 12.5% monthly increase in Twitter followers

Theaters with the largest growth in followers include SF Playhouse (23%) and Marin Theatre Company (53%).
My Weekend with Picasso - Herbert Siguenza as Pablo Picasso (photo

Review: ‘A Weekend with Pablo Picasso’ an engaging masterstroke

"Painting is the nearest we can get to the truth."
Spring Awakening

Bay Area Stage: Spring Awakening, Rita Moreno, Why We Have a Body

Fall theater season kicks off. Early themes appear to be: (1) strong, independent women; (2) powerful music; and (3) intelligent comedy.
Pablo Picasso

Bay Area Premiere: ‘A Weekend with Pablo Picasso’ at Center Rep

Picasso is widely known for co-founding the Cubist movement and for the wide variety of styles that he helped develop and explore.

SF Bay Area: Center Rep announces 2011-2012 season

Center REP’s 2011-2012 mainstage season includes two musicals, the Regional Premiere of Herbert Siguenza’s (Culture Clash) new one man show, a classic by George Bernard Shaw, a comedy by Neil Simon, the holiday favorite: A Christmas Carol, and two Off Center shows that include a West Coast Premiere and a Tony Award-winning musical
To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee - First edition cover, late printing

Center Rep to present Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize winning drama ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’

"I’m not even sure Atticus is really the central character of the story," says actor Dan Hiatt.
Alitalia air hostess Gabriella and Bernard twist the night away. Left - Right: Jessica Lynn Carroll, Liam Vincent

‘Boeing-Boeing’ is shagadelic, baby!

Before the Internet, there was the "timetable."
Keith Pinto, Molly Bell In the Fringe NYC production Photo credit: Dixie Sheridan

Theater Review: ‘Becoming Britney’ has pop

I don't think I will ever see a hospital delivery scene ("Push It Out") that tops the one in Becoming Britney.
Eugene Brancoveanu

Theater Review: ‘Dracula’ is slick, sensual

Seductively crafted, beautiful to watch, the performances are energetic, never too serious.