Adams delves into new phase of his career with SF Playhouse’s ‘Promises, Promises’

Jeffrey Brian Adams is entering a very special phase of his fledgling acting career. The San Jose native and alumnus of Bellarmine College Prep and Santa Clara University has made his … Continue reading Adams delves into new phase of his career with SF Playhouse’s ‘Promises, Promises’

Review: Siguenza channels his inner Picasso for a very special weekend in San Jose

Pablo Picasso is a man in constant motion. A spry man of 76 and living on the pristine coastline of France in the 1950’s, Picasso is very aware of his … Continue reading Review: Siguenza channels his inner Picasso for a very special weekend in San Jose

City Lights’ ‘Truce’ a reminder of what is possible in times of war

The holidays have long been a magical time of year. Despite the annual cynicism that comes with Christmas songs in August and Black Friday that starts on regular Wednesday, the … Continue reading City Lights’ ‘Truce’ a reminder of what is possible in times of war

Backstage news and notes – Nov. 12th

Time to empty out the press releases… Sad news out of the South Bay, as it relates to another theatre. Renegade Theatre Company, which works out of the Hoover Theatre in … Continue reading Backstage news and notes – Nov. 12th

Review: All that jazz in SHN’s ‘Chicago’ still sounds great

The John Kander, Fred Ebb and Bob Fosse masterpiece “Chicago” certainly covers a lot of bases, a showcase for plenty of mediums. You name it; it’s there – powerful choreography, … Continue reading Review: All that jazz in SHN’s ‘Chicago’ still sounds great