Four very different individuals. Asif Khan is a bit of a chameleon. The Pakistani actor who is a first-generation Englander from Bradford, Yorkshire is having a blast, quickly becoming synonymous … Continue reading Khan uses ‘Love, Bombs and Apples’at Golden Thread to solidify his work as a soloist.
Jill Vice saunters onto the black stage, her razor red lipstick sharpened for a thorough examination of the heart. She speaks with a period-style trill, a trill that shakes the … Continue reading Review: Magnificent ‘feet’ is accomplished in The Marsh’s ‘A Fatal Step’
There is a powerful moment between the Playwright and his father, a moment that speaks volumes about their relationship. The father Quang, who was part of the April 1975 fall … Continue reading Review: ACT’s ‘Vietgone’ a brilliant, thrilling ride
There are a few things Maureen Langan does not endorse when it comes to achieving fame. They include, yet are not limited to the following, in no particular order: Showing … Continue reading ‘Fun, heart and smart’ are the centerpieces’ of Langan’s ‘Daughter of a Garbage Man’ at the Marsh
Stephen Sondheim fans are sort of like Disney fans. Disney fans spend an inordinate amount of time scanning blogs, engaging on message boards, and most importantly, wait for the next … Continue reading 42nd Street Moon’s ‘Saturday Night’ a thrill for director Weible
The ice at SAP Center in downtown San Jose is usually reserved to big dudes with bigger beards skating very fast, with solid, frozen rubber spheres flying around the rink. … Continue reading Review: Visceral beauty abounds in magical Cirque du Soleil ice extravaganza ‘Crystal’