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.).
On stage at San Francisco Symphony, San Jose Rep, 42nd Street Moon, and TheatreWorks Silicon Valley. “Movies will make you famous; Television will make you rich; But theatre will make you good.” ― Terrence Mann
In ‘Freud’s Last Session’ at San Jose Repertory Theatre the issue becomes more palatable wrapped as it is in everything from Freud’s ‘Moses and Monotheism’ to stories about Joseph Pujol, the “fartiste.”
At heart, Pete Campbell and Sebastian Justice are not that different. While Justice has an idiosyncratic, intelligent wit that Campbell lacks (which makes justice far more entertaining), neither character gets beyond his own narcissism.
With the success of Mad Men, Vincent Kartheiser now has a “resting play” that affords him the ability to take on projects that might not make a huge splash in the L.A. or New York scenes. He’s now turning his energy to the stage with the world premiere of The Death of the Novel.
Bucking the trend — led by the likes of Ashton Kutcher, Shaq, Lady Gaga — Vincent Kartheiser eschews social media. Facebook, he says, is like “a bunch of people on their soapbox in the park, screaming that they’re having a taco on Third Street.”