Review: SF Playhouse’s ‘The Song of Summer’ hits notes, misses others

Pop music gets a bad rap. There’s delight in lyrics that are so basic, so anodyne, with pinpoint precise choreography, sharp duds and plenty of head-bopping. No groundbreaking intended, and … Continue reading Review: SF Playhouse’s ‘The Song of Summer’ hits notes, misses others

Review: Beautiful things come in tiny packages at San Francisco Playhouse

Early into the stellar San Francisco Playhouse production of “Tiny Beautiful Things,” Letter Writer #2 shares a devastating story of her miscarriage when she was six months pregnant. All her … Continue reading Review: Beautiful things come in tiny packages at San Francisco Playhouse