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Brian Copeland's The Waiting Period Extended Through September 29 at The Marsh
By Bethany Rickwald · Aug 10, 2012 · San Francisco
Brian Copeland's solo show The Waiting Period, which is currently running at The Marsh, has been extended through September 29 with an additional Thursday ...
Vincent Kartheiser, Amy Pietz, Vaishnavi Sharma Set for San Jose Rep's The Death of the Novel
By David Gordon · Aug 10, 2012 · San Francisco
Vincent Kartheiser (© Joseph Marzullo/WENN) Full casting has been announced for San Jose Rep's production of Jonathan Marc Feldman's new play The Death of t
6th Street Playhouse to Present Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
By Emma Cohen · Aug 9, 2012 · San Francisco
A publicity image for Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (Courtesy of the company) 6th Street Playhouse opens their 2012-2013 season with Seven Brides for Sev
Cavalia San Jose Engagement Extended Through August 26
By Bethany Rickwald · Aug 9, 2012 · San Francisco
A performer and his horse in Cavalia (© Frédéric Chéhu) Cavalia: A Magical Encounter Between Human and Horse has announced t
Plays by Martín Zimmerman, Meghan Kennedy Win Marin Theatre Company's New American Play Prizes
By Bethany Rickwald · Aug 9, 2012 · San Francisco
Marin Theatre Company has announced the winners of its fifth national new American play prizes. Martín Zimmerman's Seven Spots on the Sun, a play ab
INTERVIEW: The Kinsey Sicks Win Their Battle With Electile Dysfunction
By Robert Sokol · Aug 8, 2012 · San Francisco
The Kinsey Sicks in Electile Dysfunction (© Kurt Peschke) Take four singing activists, add high hair and high heels, sprinkle with camp, carefully strain
Sheryl Crow and Barry Levinson's Diner to Postpone SF Engagement, Open on Broadway April 10, 2013
Sheryl Crow (© Mark Seliger) The new musical Diner, featuring a book by original screenwriter Barry Levinson and music and lyrics by Grammy-winning sing
INTERVIEW: Helen Reddy Wants to Help On and Off the Stage
By Robert Sokol · Aug 3, 2012 · San Francisco
Helen Reddy Even before she became the voice of the women's movement with her 1972 anthem "I Am Woman," Helen Reddy had scored a 1971 chart hit with a cover of "I ...
ACT's Young Conservatory Explores Issue of Bullying in The Secret of Asteraceae
By Emma Cohen · Aug 2, 2012 · San Francisco
The Secret of Asteraceae promotional picture American Conservatory Theater's Young Conservatory presents The Secret of Asteraceae at the Hasting Studio ...
The Wild Bride Returns to Berkeley Repertory Theatre in 2013
By Emma Cohen · Aug 2, 2012 · San Francisco
A scene from The Wild Bride (Courtesy of the company) The holiday hit The Wild Bride returns to Berkely Repertory Theatre, January 26-February 17, 201

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