. . . all we have to do to meet Colette, in person, is go to see Holt in “Colette Uncensored” at The Marsh in the Mission. Paris is that close.
You will enjoy these shows because each play is unique, stylish, and timely.
by Barry David Horwitz Director Stuart Bousel offers a fast-paced, witty production full of satire and humor. “Six Degrees of Separation” by John Guare made its debut in New York in 1990, and was later made into a stylish film with Will Smith and Stockard Channing. “Six Degrees” has won many awards and become a […]
by Barry David Horwitz Rating: **** (For an explanation of TheatreStorm’s rating scale, click here.) What makes a great show in the Park? Well, this ain’t the ballet or the Opera or ACT. It’s the SF Mime Troupe in its 56th Season offering Free Agit-Prop political theater all summer long. They are still doing it—and […]