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.
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.
'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.
Tom Stoppard's 'The Real Thing' combines intelligence, emotion and wit in a multifaceted play about love.
Under Taccone's tenure, Berkeley Rep has sent many plays to Broadway.
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.
Sandra Tsing Loh, performer, writer and comedian, is a bright, gutsy woman whose newest on-stage memoir, The Madwoman in the Volvo, reveals much more about a person’s private life than an audience is accustomed to learning. But we are lucky to be able to experience such a courageous, funny and perceptive woman, one who’s not ashamed to share menopause’s trials, tribulations and treats. (OK, so what if the treats are largely food-related?)