Review: San Jose Stage’s ‘Boeing Boeing’ is slick and quick

  If I were a betting man, I would bet your enjoyment of San Jose Stage’s production of French playwright Mark Camoletti’s“Boeing Boeing” is based on your own taste in … Continue reading Review: San Jose Stage’s ‘Boeing Boeing’ is slick and quick

Strahl shares her love of singing in Opera San Jose’s ‘Streetcar’

Ariana Strahl gets plenty of double takes when people find out she makes her living as an opera singer. After all, opera is not exactly known for its bevy of … Continue reading Strahl shares her love of singing in Opera San Jose’s ‘Streetcar’

Review: City Lights’ ‘Elephant Man’ is effective, insightful

John Merrick stands firmly at attention, a pair of khaki shorts, no shirt, staring blankly into space. This particular tableau is a bit striking in its simplicity. But slowly, as … Continue reading Review: City Lights’ ‘Elephant Man’ is effective, insightful

Crowded Fire’s ‘I Call My Brothers’ spends 24 hours inside the mind of a man

Evren Odcikin has worked hard to make sense of the destructive rhetoric that has taken root in this year’s presidential election. As a Muslim-American born and raised in Turkey, Odcikin … Continue reading Crowded Fire’s ‘I Call My Brothers’ spends 24 hours inside the mind of a man