A.C.T.’s fantastic ‘Gloria’ explores who can rightfully own a tragedy

NOTE: The final live performance of American Conservatory Theater’s production of “Gloria” took place on Wednesday, March 11th before being canceled from Covid-19 policies. The show, along with the company’s … Continue reading A.C.T.’s fantastic ‘Gloria’ explores who can rightfully own a tragedy

Review: The power of Berkeley Rep’s ‘An Octoroon’ is its duality of emotion

One of the most compelling moments in a play full of them takes place early between two playwrights in Berkeley Repertory Theatre’s production of “An Octoroon.” One is the 19th … Continue reading Review: The power of Berkeley Rep’s ‘An Octoroon’ is its duality of emotion

For Talai, Berkeley Rep’s ‘An Octoroon’ an opportunity to spark important conversations about race

Speak to Amir Talai for any amount of time, and you will learn quickly that he is a pensive man of great conviction and passion. Talai dabbles in many areas … Continue reading For Talai, Berkeley Rep’s ‘An Octoroon’ an opportunity to spark important conversations about race