In the adolescent language of sarcasm and self-consciousness, ‘Heretics Anonymous’ follows teenage characters as they figure out what, and who, they really believe in.
A new oral history traces the difficult, uplifting and triumphant history of the seminal play which has been produced around the globe in both elaborate and minimalist productions.
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.
After Daniel Handler’s (aka Lemony Snicket) father died, he wondered about what would happen if a rabbi ruined a memorial service. The whimsical “Imaginary Comforts” is the result
Under Taccone’s tenure, Berkeley Rep has sent many plays to Broadway.
Sarah Ruhl’s evocative play is a heartfelt tribute to family and the ways in which loved ones may ease the pain and loneliness of aging and mortality.
A new play by MacArthur Fellow and Tony Award-winner Mary Zimmerman is always a reason to celebrate.
Elmwood’s location of La PanotiQ and the downtown Berkeley McDonald’s are both getting close to their opening days. These details, and much more East Bay food news, in this week’s Bites.