TheatreWorks Silicon Valley

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.

Once On This Island an eye opener

This high energy TheatreWorks production pulsates to a French Caribbean beat, radiating life force.

TheatreWorks unveils 45th season

Season lineup: The Great Pretender, Water by the Spoonful, Sweeney Todd, Peter and the Starcatcher, 2 Pianos 4 Hands, The Lake Effect, Fire on the Mountain, Fallen Angels.

The sky’s the limit

Given the general unfamiliarity with Henrietta Leavitt, Cepheid variable stars or the relationship between the period of a Cepheid and its luminosity, Gunderson brings the audience an amazing distance with this relatively complex material.

Theatre Magic: Little Women

The surprise of the evening was Elizabeth Palmer’s Aunt March. Who could imagine this dowager crone with such comic timing?

On Stage: Oy of Sex, Snow Queen, Little Women, A Christmas Carol, Swell Noel, It’s a Wonderful Life: A Radio Play

The annual Stark Insider don't-miss holiday show round-up. Including Oy of Sex, Snow Queen, Little Women, A Christmas Carol, Swell Noel, It's a Wonderful Life: A Radio Play.

Bay Area Stage: A Bright New Boise, Amaluna (Video), Underneath the Lintel, Little Women, The Snow Queen

This week's roundup features shows by Cirque du Soleil, TheatreWorks Silicon Valley, A.C.T., Magic Theatre, Aurora Theater and San Jose Rep.

J. Lohr wine on a roll

While we're soaking up enough Twitter news to almost (almost!) make us forget about 1999, it's enlightening to read a non-tech story about a local business making the right moves.

Taking the Political Drama Elsewhere: ‘Warrior Class’

Lin's created that most unlikely of beasts: a play that unwraps itself slowly and thoughtfully with nary a slow moment.

Other Desert Cities

Just when I thought the play was going nowhere fast comes the crisp, beautifully constructed second act. To use an oft-overused expression, there are, indeed, revelations.