The Bay Area’s brand newest theater company, Indra’s Net, stages Michael Frayn’s cerebral play about German physicist Werner Heisenberg and Danish physicist Niels Bohr.
San Francisco Ballet’s "Cinderella" is already sold out. Before it opened, rumor has it, it was sold out. Don’t let that stop you. You must go.
American Conservatory Theatre’s presentation of the National Theatre of Scotland’s touring show "Black Watch," with a handsome cast of men in uniforms and sexy Scottish brogues, is guaranteed to be a great date night for gay theatre fans.
The Broadway musical "Kinky Boots" - with a musical score by Cyndi Lauper - has earned a leading 13 Tony Award nominations.
Christina Crawford endured a childhood both glamorous and frightening. She wrote about her experiences in "Mommie Dearest," her book about growing up the adoptive daughter of Joan Crawford. Now she’s coming to NYC with a show about her experiences.
"Kinky Boots," "Matilda" and "Pippin" received the most Tony nominations this year. Here’s the complete list.
The African American Shakespeare Company stages a very funny rendition of Shakespeare’s play about Falstaff’s attempt to seduce two rich married women.
Norman Jewison’s 1973 film, now in its 40th anniversary re-release, cast Ted Neeley as the white, hippie prophet in the last days of his life, told from Judas’ point of view (after all, the story wouldn’t exist without him).