Classic Whodunit 'Clue' Given New Life at SF Playhouse

A Cambodian woman in a red dress sings into a microphone while reaching to the ceiling; a keyboardist in dark blue lighting stands behind

In ‘Cambodian Rock Band,’ Joy Rises From Brutality

three people stand on a stage in a play -- an older white man, an Asian american younger man and a Black woman. they are looking at phones and pieces of paper

ACT’s ‘The Headlands’ Maps SF Through Fog, Flashbacks and a Cold Case

The Bay Area Was Hip-Hop Before There Was Hip-Hop

a white man speaks into a microphone on stage in a darkly lit room while the audience cheers, lit by pink light

PianoFight’s Theatre Was Independent, Creative, Accessible — and Necessary

A Black woman in a red dress stands against a parlor wall of deep red, adorned with paintings

A Tale of Two 'Traviatas'

Shotgun Players ensemble cast for the Great Comet of 1812 dancing onstage and leaping into the air with arms raised in stage jubilation

'Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812' a Grand Reunion for Dave Malloy and Shotgun Players

Three actors in 19th century colonial costumes rehearse a scene in a play.

‘Colonialism Is Terrible, But Pho Is Delicious’ Is a Play About Food and Ownership

Marcus Gardley’s ‘LEAR’ is a Culturally Rich Re-Imagining of Shakespeare