Review: Surrounded by plainness, ‘The Revolutionists’ at Palo Alto Players is a story full of colors

Late in the Palo Alto Players’ succulent production of Lauren Gunderson’s “The Revolutionists,” the author Olympe de Gouges engages in a debate with Black revolutionary Marianne Angelle, a fictional composite … Continue reading Review: Surrounded by plainness, ‘The Revolutionists’ at Palo Alto Players is a story full of colors

Review: Discoveries aplenty in compelling ‘Catastrophist’

In the fantastic production of “The Catastrophist,” it does not take long for virus hunter Nathan A. Wolfe to drop his bona fides on the audience. It is 2016, and … Continue reading Review: Discoveries aplenty in compelling ‘Catastrophist’

Review: A beautiful ‘Silent Sky’ at City Lights shines bright

What is it about the stars that inspires endless fascination? Peek into the vast darkness that hovers above on a clear night, and the magical wonderment of the hundreds of … Continue reading Review: A beautiful ‘Silent Sky’ at City Lights shines bright