The Romanian film puts the relatively minor sin of consensual sex in its proper perspective.
The early 1970s comic is among those discussed in UC Berkeley Professor Darieck Scott’s new book, ‘Keeping It Unreal: Black Queer Fantasy and Superhero Comics.’
A self-described “animal of the theater,” Medak will depart Berkeley Rep in August. She’ll pursue executive coaching.
Tony Award-winning director Michael Mayer returns with a captivating world premiere musical…
Jan 9, 2022–Feb 13, 2022
Anaïs Mitchell is the esteemed singer-songwriter whose Broadway smash “Hadestown” won 8 awards, including Best Musical, at the 2019 Tony Awards.
The UC Theatre
Jan 28, 2022
HOMESICK Featuring Ceremony, Mannequin Pussy and more
with Show Me the Body, Gulch, Spellling, Special Interest, The Umbrellas, Death Bells, Object of Affection
The UC Theatre
Jan 29, 2022
This Much I Know
The writer of Eureka Day returns to Aurora with an explosively theatrical interrogation of agency and culpability…
Feb 4, 2022–Mar 6, 2022
Berkeley Rep presents the world premiere of an exuberant new musical…
Mar 19, 2022–May 8, 2022
The donor-supported training program at the nonprofit music venue on University Avenue has a high placement rate for its graduates.
Giving Trees are decorated with wishes from organizations that provide housing, food, and support to at-risk members of our community.
The Bakar BioEnginuity Hub will open in February 2022 in the bunker-like concrete building on Bancroft Way, once home to the Berkeley Art Museum.
True love saves the day in Wong Kar Wai’s classic ‘Chungking Express,’ scheduled to screen 7 p.m. Saturday at the Pacific Film Archive.
‘Leda’ is a must-see film, but much other fantastic cinema is on offer at this year’s Another Hole in the Head festival.
The first three months of reopening have also brought challenges dealing with safety requirements and COVID-related scheduling changes.
The world premiere of ‘Father/Daughter’ at Berkeley’s Aurora Theatre twists the parent/child bond in several directions.
Charles L. Mee’s ‘Wintertime’ is the Berkeley Rep’s first live production since the beginning of lockdown.