42nd Street Moon presents Stephen Sondheim's 1981 Musical "Merrily We Roll Along," in repertory with the 1934 Play of the same name.
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42nd Street Moon presents the 1934 play "Merrily We Roll Along," in repertory with the 1981 musical of the same name.
MacArthur "Genius" winner Branden Jacobs-Jenkins brings his scalpel-sharp dark comedy to A.C.T.'s Strand Theater.
Bay Area Musicals presents the electrifying musical comedy of the winter!
"Radical" is a biting satirical drama from John Fisher, the author of the award-winning "Action Hero" and politically timely "Transitions."
Come laugh, gasp, and fall in love as the Polite Society Players improvise a full-length musical!
Pianofight presents "Daytime Talk at Night," an improvised, explosive daytime talk-show. You won't want to miss any of the action!
Magic Theatre premieres this wickedly funny tragedy featuring Bay Area luminary Wilma Bonet.
Tori Scott takes audiences on an irreverent musical journey through the ups and downs of life, love, and vodka at Feinstein's at the Nikko.
A dark, satirical look at influencer culture and the difference between who we are online and who we are IRL.
In Ubuntu's innovative and darkly magical take on Shakespeare’s "Macbeth," the three witches embody every character in the drama.
Winner "2016 & 2018 Best Place for Comedy" - East Bay Express Readers Poll
Pink Floyd's masterpiece "Dark Side of the Moon" is brought to life in this spectacle for the senses, featuring a circus show and live band.
Berkeley Rep brings the award-winning, infectious comedy with teeth to East Bay.
A union strike at a pajama factory generates plenty of steam heat in this toe-tapping, comedic love story at 42nd Street Moon.
Award-winning magician Ryan Kane brings his fresh, new, one man show to San Francisco.
One-part karaoke, one-part concert, and all parts thrilling! Introducing an electrifying evening at Feinstein's at the Nikko!
TheatreWorks presents the incredible true story of a woman who dreamt of stars, only to wake in a country that couldn’t see the light.