Stanford’s Summer Theater celebrates a milestone with its 15th anniversary

When Rush Rehm first embarked on an opportunity to begin a theatre festival at Stanford University, he did not plan to see that festival celebrating its 15th birthday this year. … Continue reading Stanford’s Summer Theater celebrates a milestone with its 15th anniversary

Review: Aurora’s ‘Goes’ does not shy away from exploring race

One of the most fascinating pieces of watching a play at Berkeley’s intimate Aurora Theatre is the fact that while the show goes on, you can see the audience react … Continue reading Review: Aurora’s ‘Goes’ does not shy away from exploring race

Review: A graceful and charming ‘Minister’s Wife’ at San Jose Rep

There is much to be said about grace and charm. San Jose Repertorty Theatre’s production of “A Minister’s Wife,” conceived by and directed with graceful charm by Michael Halberstam, ditches … Continue reading Review: A graceful and charming ‘Minister’s Wife’ at San Jose Rep