Bay Area theatre companies spark conversations with ‘Every 28 Hours’

“It’s a shame that our fathers and mothers are killed and we can’t see them anymore.” And on one evening, Zianna Oliphant had enough. If that name doesn’t spring to … Continue reading Bay Area theatre companies spark conversations with ‘Every 28 Hours’

Gorrebeeck works hard to handle the truth in Hillbarn’s ‘A Few Good Men’

There is a special challenge in performing a play known to so many from another medium. Playwright and revered screenwriter Aaron Sorkin wrote “A Few Good Men” in 1989, with … Continue reading Gorrebeeck works hard to handle the truth in Hillbarn’s ‘A Few Good Men’

Hedwig and Hall are a match made in rock and roll Heaven.

It’s been one helluva year for San Francisco native Lena Hall. She was part of an amazing run in Broadway’s “Hedwig and the Angry Inch,” where Hall played loyal husband … Continue reading Hedwig and Hall are a match made in rock and roll Heaven.

Review: Crowded Fire’s ‘The Shipment’ is effectively uncomfortable

I’m not sure what was more disturbing when watching Crowded Fire Theater’s production of “The Shipment.” First of all, there’s a comedian that delves into every offensive things known to … Continue reading Review: Crowded Fire’s ‘The Shipment’ is effectively uncomfortable