Awesome Theatre brings their dark and twisted new office comedy to PianoFight.
An uncompromising new drama on race and our quickly devolving social contract comes to Berkeley Rep.
Enter the Friday Forty for $40 tickets ($20 per Part) to Harry Potter and the Cursed Child in San Francisco.
Pablo Picasso and Albert Einstein teach each other about art, science, fame, and more in the brilliant "Picasso at the Lapin Agile."
Hillbarn Theatre presents the laugh-out-loud comedy "It's Only a Play" by playwright Terrence McNally.
San Francisco Playhouse presents this Bay Area Premiere about ambition, growing up, and how to find our souls in the heat of it all.
Inspired by Edgar Allan Poe, devised by Theatre of Yugen, enacted with post-consumer material puppets.
Caryl Chruchill's "Cloud 9" comes to Custom Made Theatre Co., exploding all our assumptions about sex and gender.
San Francisco Playhouse presents a world premiere play exploring identity, gender, and sexuality across generations.
Left Coast Theatre Company's newest show asks the question: can two gay couples find God?
Join Pianofight for "More Human than Human," a journey with the replicants from the "Blade Runner" universe.
Pear Theatre presents the Pulitzer Prize-winning drama about friendship in the face of politics.
Arabian Shakespeare Festival brings its signature small cast style to Shakespeare's most beloved play.
Leavened with humor and insight, playwright Lloyd Suh explores the way we consider both ourselves and others in his new play.
See Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: Parts One and Two in San Francisco.
Join PianoFight for a riveting deep dive into a dirty but glamorous chapter of San Francisco history: the roaring 1970’s.
A.C.T.'s "Testmatch" asks: how can we understand the present, if we won’t acknowledge the past?
This comedy-dance-theater show takes you behind the curtain, beyond the wings, and back into the performers' dressing room.
Ubuntu Theater Project presents this centuries old epic in a one-actor adaptation of the longest poem ever written.
Ubuntu Theater Project presents "Long Day's Journey into Night," one of the most powerful American plays of the 20th century.