'The Events' is an ultimately humanitarian two-person play that should be seen for its fine acting, taut direction and vital message.
Dorothea Lange lived in Berkeley and donated her archives to OMCA as locality was important to her. We review her new show and interview Lange's god-daughter, Elizabeth Partridge.
This fact-based one-act drama presents a well-acted and enduring chronicle of individuals weighing difficult choices of conscience when there is no acceptable resolution.
The new show is one in a series of one-man musical biographies written and performed by the talented Hershey Felder.
This attractive production shows there's lots of life left in Ibsen’s 138-year-old creation.
'Leni, a powerful two-person high-wire act, examines the controversial Leni Riefenstahl, the extraordinary filmmaker and vilified Hitler propagandist.
'Roe' is an enthralling drama about the personalities behind a momentous decision, and an engaging exploration of the pro-choice and anti-abortion movements.
This outstanding production of Naomi Iizuka's 'Polaroid Stories' plays through March 12 at Zellerbach Playhouse on the Cal campus.
With a very talented cast and tight direction by David Ivers, 'Hand to God' is a sparkling 100-minutes of comedy and calamity.
If you remember the hippie days, prepare for nostalgia; others may see a reality beyond the Hollywood version of the era.
Tom Stoppard's 'The Real Thing' combines intelligence, emotion and wit in a multifaceted play about love.
A rare world premiere musical in Berkeley, Love Sick is the impassioned fable about a woman’s erotic love affair and the price she pays for it. But Love Sick defies classification as a typical musical.