The Tony-nominated solo show mixes true-crime drama and theatrical magic, opening at Berkeley Rep June 3.
Adam Bock’s play, written years before the pandemic, was inspired by a stroke, but has new relevance.
A struggling jazz club and the appropriation of pho, a pared down Cyrano and a butch Greek goddess — all get their turn on the the stage.
Genre-defying and award-winning musical “Octet” by three-time Tony Award nominee Dave Malloy makes its West Coast premiere in April.
Opening in April, “The Incrementalist,” by Bay Area playwright Cleavon Smith, comes out of the theater’s incubation program for new works.
The musical of Avett Brothers songs is the work of a power-house, award-winning team and could be headed to New York.
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 first three months of reopening have also brought challenges dealing with safety requirements and COVID-related scheduling changes.
The School of Theatre continued to serve 20,000 students per year during the pandemic — online.
The music venue’s internship program brings a crew of underrepresented young people into the theatre to prepare them for concert industry jobs.
The live-music venue on University Avenue, is reopening on Sept. 3.