San Jose Repertory Theatre

San Jose Rep Resurrection News

Word is by summer we will know what will happen to the space formerly occupied by the San Jose Repertory Theatre.

So Long Friend: San Jose Rep declares bankruptcy

San Jose Repertory Theatre confirms the worst. The 34-year-old non-profit has ceased operation as of June 9, 2014.

‘The Big Meal’: More than a mouthful at the San Jose Rep

The emotional impact of all this action ripples across the audience, particularly during the past twenty minutes when sniffles become audible as yet another character removes himself from the table.

Things to Do: The Big Meal, ‘Chef’ the movie, Off the Grid, Santa Lucia Highlands Gala

New film alert: Chef, directed by and starring Jon Favreau, opens in San Francisco May 16. Also: Off the Grid, The Big Meal, Santa Lucia Highlands Gala.

Celebrating San Francisco Theater – Awards announced

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.

‘Game On’: Bugs take on whole new meaning in Silicon Valley show (Review)

Silicon Valley is an exciting place to be in 2014. The last time this much VC money flowed was 1999. 'Game On' brings entertaining start-up culture to the stage.

Game On: The Next Big Silicon Valley Idea Could Make You Laugh (Video)

Exploring the art of pitching VCs, chasing the next big idea, and, of course, cheering and complaining about the San Francisco Giants. Plus: Nachos and crickets!

Bay Area Stage: Game On, Every Five Minutes, Live in the Vineyard, Hound of the Baskervilles

Spring is here, see a show! Silicon Valley this week: San Jose Rep, Magic Theatre, Live in the Vineyard, TheatreWorks.

Bug Out! Actors spotted backstage at San Jose Rep eating crickets! (VIDEO)

Where do you draw the culinary line? Watch as the cast of GAME ON feast on crickets. It's all about the protein boost.

Alive & Kicking: ‘Forbidden Broadway’ at San Jose Rep (Review)

Having hit on a formula that works (two men, two women, one on-stage piano), Gerard Allessandrini’s shows are like a Saturday Night Live takedown of Broadway's greatest.