Michael Pearce's 'Beast' is a character study disguised as a murder-mystery, offering sharply drawn examinations of the black sheep boy and girl whom neighbors view with suspicion.
While many Berkeley residents are aware of the danger of earthquakes, few consider that they are at risk for a megafire, which could spread from the hills to the flats in minutes.
A new play at Shotgun, launch of a community seed bank, big band jazz, a free open house at the Lawrence Hall of Science, and more this weekend.
'Palace Wreckers' may be billed as a comedy only in relation to the tragedies on which it's based. But it's engrossing, in part because the actors gave first-rate performances.
Whether you’re into hip hop or folk, there’s live music for you this weekend. Or spend a productive Saturday at the Repair Cafe.
Berkeley Rep’s Tony Taccone delivers a memorable production aided by a marvelous cast and production staff. Don’t miss this significant contribution to 20th-century theatre.
The Bay Area Book Fair and independent bookstores galore appeal to the literati, plus Maori culture, a Vogue Ball, and track and field, all on your doorstep.
Playwright Jonathan Spector has created an exceptional play that is laugh-out-loud funny, yet with an intelligent and introspective perspective.
The “Hamilton” star, who came to town this week to support BHS, advised students at his old school to aim for “a rigorous pursuit of being exactly who you are.”