San Francisco Playhouse
64 awards were handed out last night at a gala celebrating the best in San Francisco theater. Here's the list of winners. Plus some thoughts.
When we hear of "tortured souls" surely artist Rudolph Bauer would rise to the top of the list. Guggenheim called him "the greatest living painter." So why did Bauer stop painting?
Bay Area Stage: ‘Accidental Death of an Anarchist’ at Berkeley Rep, ‘Bauer’ at San Francisco Playhouse
Stark Insider celebrates 5 years of San Francisco theater with shows at Berkeley Rep and San Francisco Playhouse.
Dykstra’s performance draws much from a young Marlon Brando’s Stanley Kowalski, such was the combination of sexuality, bourbon, and bombast.
Falling between someone’s vision of Eurotrash crossed with lounge lizard, Koch one of the highest energy performers on the stage, strutting the stage and offering a peek into a fascinating world of Saddam’s palace with gold toilet seats and gold-plated weapons.
The SF Playhouse version of 'Camelot', with its knife's edge violence at the surface, comes closer to the feel of this period – further illustrating why the Arthurian ideal was so important – and so improbable.
By the time Andrew Jackson opined “I’m so that guy,” one wished that Romney or Obama had Davaran’s kind of energy.
SF Playhouse's 'My Fair Lady' is such a purified extract of the Lerner and Lowe original that you'll be clapping along with the audience, and singing "Get Me to the Church on Time" for days afterwards.
A rock musical starring the first "populist" President and founder of the Democratic party, a beautiful witch with a conscience struggling to weild her powers morally, and a play with a NSFW title are just a few of the shows coming to San Francisco.