A popular satirical musical about Mormon missionaries will play next year in Salt Lake City, just down the street from the worldwide headquarters of the faith it’s mocking.
Kat Evasco’s big voice arrived at the not-very-big EXIT Theatre on Friday. We’re not saying our ears are ringing, but if we did we might not be able to hear ourselves.
This innovative choreographer’s Joyce season showed her enamored of the use of color, film and some interesting music to get the point across that modern dance can still be interesting, fun, exciting and sexy.
Rounding the bend of A.C.T’s season comes a new translation of Eduardo De Filippo’s wartime dramedy about the terrible burden of lucky things happening to you.
As the Speakeasy Stage Company mounts its production of Samuel D. Hunter’s "The Whale," a designer works to make a man gain over 500 lbs. and an actor explores how the man got that way.
These seasons’ greetings are neither highly belated nor extremely premature, since it’s not sleigh bells we are hearing, but rather the trumpets of several area theaters heralding what shows will carry them through the 2014-15 season.
All three ballets on San Francisco Ballet’s third program were thrilling, each in its way, and in such different ways they make the case for the triple bill.