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Lauren English stars as Lili in Magic's revival of Why We Have a Body.

Review: ‘Why We Have a Body’ at Magic, San Francisco

It all starts with the lesbian brain (memory/lust/hammering doubt) don't you know.
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.

San Francisco: Magic Theatre opens 2011-12 season with a legacy revival

Why We Have A Body centers around Lili, (played by Lauren English) a lesbian P.I. who stalks men cheating on their wives.
Luis Alfaro returns to Magic Theatre in San Francisco

Magic Theatre 2011-12 season marks return of Luis Alfaro, Lloyd Suh, Claire Chafee

The World Premieres include Annapurna by Sharr White, Jesus In India by Lloyd Suh (American Hwangap), and Bruja by Luis Alfaro (Oedipus el Rey). Also, Scotland’s leading playwright, Linda McLean, will hold her American Premiere of Any Given Day.
Oedipus el Rey wins Will Glickman award

Luis Alfaro’s ‘Oedipus el Rey’ wins Glickman Playwright Award

And it's a great choice - even if I hardly ever get the spelling right.
Magic Theatre - San Francisco

Magic Theatre secures special funds for Taylor Mac’s ‘The Lily’s Revenge’

NEA, Columbia and Kenneth Rainin Foundation Grants Total $120,000.
Maggie Mason proposal Magic Theatre

San Francisco: Magic Theatre post show marriage proposal stuns actress

He fell to his knees and began to recite rhyming couplets he wrote about their time together.
Natacha Roi playing Aphra Behn and Ben Huber playing King Charles II at Magic Theatre. Written by Liz Duffy Adams, directed by Loretta Greco. Photo by Jennifer Reiley.

Theater Review: ‘Or,’ is it just the beginning?

Once again, Magic Theatre stages a gem of a play.
Or, - Magic Theatre

West Coast premiere of ‘Or’ comes to Magic Theatre

In Duffy Adams’ comedic play, Aphra Behn is getting out of the spy game and into showbiz.

On Location: The Brothers Size in San Francisco

The performances by the three actors in this play are astonishing. And it was nice to see they were so cool off-stage as well. Hey, kind of like Frank Ferrante.