This attractive production shows there's lots of life left in Ibsen’s 138-year-old creation.
Our picks: two plays to catch before they close, a one-night-only comedy show, island dancing, and a talk about Berkeley during wartime.
There is a lot of bas relief sculpture in Berkeley and almost all of it is quite beautiful. Here's a look at just some the gems that we may often walk right by without noticing.
We're spoilt for choice in the coming days for musical offerings in Berkeley, with performances from, among others, Vinícius Cantuária, Rent Romus and Bows.
‘Bird on a Wire,’ a concert film about Leonard Cohen, took 40 years to reach the big screen. And don’t miss ‘My Love Affair with the Brain’ on TV.
British group brings its rock & roll sensibility to Shakespeare at Cal Performances.
Berkeley’s TheatreFIRST is dedicated to bringing underrepresented voices and stories to the stage.
Josh Kornbluth talks about his art, his inspirations and why he likes to present himself as a screwup. The Berkeley comic and filmmaker is at the Elmwood Rialto tonight, Monday.
‘Leni, a powerful two-person high-wire act, examines the controversial Leni Riefenstahl, the extraordinary filmmaker and vilified Hitler propagandist.