San Francisco Theater News and Reviews

Tony Winners Bill Irwin and David Shiner Take Old Hats to the American Conservatory Theater
By Hayley Levitt · Feb 12, 2014 · San Francisco

The award-winning clowns will reprise their 2013 off-Broadway roles in San Francisco.

Emmy Winner Leslie Jordan to Perform Show Pony One Night Only at Feinstein's at the Nikko
By Bethany Rickwald · Feb 6, 2014 · San Francisco

The autobiographical show includes personal stories from the sets of The Help, American Horror Story, and more.

Broadway's Terri White to Perform at Feinstein's at the Nikko
By Hayley Levitt · Jan 9, 2014 · San Francisco

The Drama Desk nominee was most recently seen on Broadway as Stella Deems in the revival of Stephen Sondheim's Follies.

Cheyenne Jackson to Make His Feinstein's at the Nikko Debut
By Hayley Levitt · Dec 4, 2013 · San Francisco

The Broadway heartthrob will make his first-ever appearance at the San Francisco nightclub.

American Conservatory Theater to Present George Bernard Shaw's Major Barbara
By Hayley Levitt · Nov 12, 2013 · San Francisco

The San Francisco theater will collaborate with Canada's Theatre Calgary on Shaw's religious send-up.

Tales of the City
By Robert Sokol · Jun 2, 2011 · San Francisco
Wesley Taylor and Betsy Wolfe in Tales of the City (© Kevin Berne) San Francisco continues its love affair with the denizens of 28 Barbary Lane in T
Hugh Jackman in Performance
Hugh Jackman (© James Houston/Corbis Online) Hugh Jackman may never be a Grammy-winning recording artist but the Tony-winning stage and film star has somethin
No Exit
By Robert Sokol · Apr 15, 2011 · San Francisco
Andy Thompson and Jonathon Young in No Exit (© Barbara Zimonick) Jean-Paul Sartre's 1944 play No Exit has occasionally bee
The Tosca Project
By Robert Sokol · Jun 15, 2010 · San Francisco
Sabina Allemann and Jack Willis in The Tosca Project (© Kevin Berne) Among the first performances at the newly built Columbia Theatre on Geary Street in
Peter Pan
By Robert Sokol · May 11, 2010 · San Francisco
Jonathan Hyde and Nate Fallows in Peter Pan (© Kevin Berne) The tale of J.M. Barrie's beloved boy who won't grow up has been a relatively indestructible

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