Review: Viewing the way we connect in strong ‘Language Archive’ at TheatreWorks Silicon Valley

One of the most tender moments in a play loaded with them takes place between the linguist George and his wife Mary, a couple in danger of becoming two passing … Continue reading Review: Viewing the way we connect in strong ‘Language Archive’ at TheatreWorks Silicon Valley

Love, Francis: Jue brings his passion for communication to TheatreWorks’ ‘The Language Archive’

Francis Jue loves to love. If there’s ever a time you come across a comment he makes on Facebook, you’ll know it’s him. It’s not because his name and picture … Continue reading Love, Francis: Jue brings his passion for communication to TheatreWorks’ ‘The Language Archive’

Tachis returns as the infamous Crumpet in TheatreWorks Silicon Valley’s ‘Santaland Diaries’

One of the first things that strikes you when it comes to meeting Crumpet the Elf is his ability to throw back the booze. His traveling bar, with plenty of … Continue reading Tachis returns as the infamous Crumpet in TheatreWorks Silicon Valley’s ‘Santaland Diaries’

Review: Curmudgeonly Crumpet searches for humanity in TheatreWorks Silicon Valley’s delightful ‘Santaland Diaries’

There is a serious drinking game going on right now at TheatreWorks Silicon Valley. It involves an elf by the name of Crumpet. In the pantheon of great elf names, … Continue reading Review: Curmudgeonly Crumpet searches for humanity in TheatreWorks Silicon Valley’s delightful ‘Santaland Diaries’

Review: The question of cultural portrayals at the heart of Los Altos Stage’s satire ‘Yellow Face’

“Get your asses on stage, I’m raising cash tonight!” In the early moments of the Alain Boublil and Claude Michel Schonberg hit “Miss Saigon,” the Engineer barks these commands to … Continue reading Review: The question of cultural portrayals at the heart of Los Altos Stage’s satire ‘Yellow Face’