Get SF Weekly Newsletters

You searched for:

  • [X]Chris Jensen
Start over

Search for…

Narrow Search

Culture, Encore

More Theater Reviews

Vice Palace. Combine Poe's "The Masque of the Red Death" with Fellini's La Dolce Vita, persuade most of your actors to show off their peens, then stage the whole thing as a '30s musical revue. You might end up with…
Tags: , , , , ,
Culture, The Exhibitionist Review: <i>Free Range Thinking</i> at The Marsh Berkeley

Review: Free Range Thinking at The Marsh Berkeley

Free Range Thinking isn't just missing a hyphen. It's missing a point. Robert Dubac's one-man show, now playing at The Marsh Berkeley, tackles a whole mess of topics no less daunting than religion, race, sex, media, and politics. The result…
@The Exhibitionist  Tags: , , , , , , ,
Culture, Encore

More Theater Reviews

Dirty Little Showtunes. What if Riff and Tony borrowed 'Nardo from Anita?" Either you get that reference or you don't — and if you don't, then you might consider skipping Dirty Little Showtunes. But if you have even a cursory…
Tags: , , , , ,
News, Letters

SF Weekly Letters

Not So Faust The banality of evil: I must disagree with this reviewer , who must be an English major, for he has supplied us with a review of the literature, and even liked…
Tags: , , , , ,
Culture, Encore

Also Playing

Too Big to Fail. Theatrically speaking, Too Big to Fail is as solid as anything you'll see in the Bay Area this summer. The newest production from the Tony Award–winning SF Mime Troupe — now in its 50th season —…
Tags: , , , , ,
Culture, Feature

Fall Dance Picks

The Chitresh Das Dance Company: Sita Haran If any classical Indian choreographer is qualified to stage this favorite story from India's famous ancient Hindu text, The Ramayana, it's Kathak master Das. Sept. 26-27, Cowell Theater, Fort Mason Center (Marina and…
Tags: , , , ,
Culture, Feature Stage Sage

Stage Sage

First, a familiar caveat: You can't really "preview" theater. You can talk about which directors are worth following, and you can interview playwrights, and you can discuss which companies have or haven't been up to snuff lately. But you can't…
Tags: , , , ,
Culture, Encore

Also Playing

Too Big to Fail. Theatrically speaking, Too Big to Fail is as solid as anything you'll see in the Bay Area this summer. The newest production from the Tony Award–winning SF Mime Troupe — now in its 50th season —…
Tags: , , , , ,
Culture, Encore

Also Playing

Now and at the Hour. Calling it just a "magic show" doesn't seem quite right. Christian Cagigal's Now and at the Hour is part sleight of hand, part personal revelation, and part straight-up creepiness. Some magicians look and behave as…
Tags: , , , , ,
Culture, Encore

Also Playing

I'm Yours! Or: Deranged by Love. In Precarious Theatre's original production, it's all fun and games until people start singing. Freely adapted from an episode in Don Quixote, the show concerns two pairs of young lovers who stumble through a…
Tags: , , , , ,