The title, ‘POTUS: Or, Behind Every Great Dumbass are Seven Women Trying to Keep Him Alive,’ sets the tone for the play’s silly brand of political humor.
Watching Ari’el Stachel’s one-act, one-man play is a very intimate yet expansive experience.
Tony winner Ari’el Stachel comes home with a deeply personal one-man show, ‘Out of Character,’ opening June 28 at the Berkeley Rep.
The downtown Berkeley theater’s production of ‘Let the Right One In,’ based on the Swedish vampire novel ‘Let Me In,’ is as mesmerizing as it is horrifying.
The tightly written, well-paced production of Sanaz Toossi’s ‘English’ follows four students preparing for the TOEFL in an Iranian classroom.
The March 12 festival will feature five mini-plays by and about students at Berkeley High and four other Bay Area high schools.
Local playwright Lauren Yee pulls together these elements in her play that delve into the unimaginable horrors of Pol Pot’s Khmer Rouge at the Berkeley Rep.
Formerly incarcerated cooks make ordinary sandwiches while dreaming of creating superb, unique ones in Lynn Nottage’s Tony Award-nominated human comedy.
Academy Award nominee David Strathairn never overplays his role in a tour de force one-person performance of ‘Remember This: The Lesson of Jan Karski.’
The 45-unit complex includes classrooms, a gallery and studio space, offices, storage and outdoor courtyards.
Ten years in the making, this world premiere at Berkeley Rep combines a Kenyan myth with a modern twist.
Playwright Martyna Majok’s ‘Sanctuary City’ is an unsentimental drama that will seep into your soul.