Is it sheer coincidence that Ubuntu, Marin Shakespeare, can Cal Shakes are producing Othello? There may be underpinnings of Black Lives Matter and anti-Muslim backlash in the air.
Carnival of Stars takes place on July 30-31 at the Finnish Hall.
"Die, Mommie, Die!" runs July 9-Aug. 7 at the San Leandro Museum Auditorium.
Sarah Shourd's "The Box" rips the use of solitary confinement.
Tlaoli: People of the Corn shows at 8 p.m. on June 24-26 at La Peña Cultural Center.
Best known for the clever, barbed repartee of the battling lovers Beatrice and Benedick, Much Ado About Nothing is one of the few Shakespeare comedies that doesn’t involve cross-dressing, but it certainly does in this version.
Upcoming Cal Performances dates bode well for the current state of dance and filling big venues.
Immersive theater group Lucid Dream Lounge has big plans for the grand-again Spanish Colonial former movie palace in the San Antonio district.
Circle the dates for the East Bay’s most enticing art shows, dance performances, film festivals, lit events, and musical gigs.
Award-winning actor, director, and costumer Clay David vows more importance on education, accessibility, and diversity at the longtime Alameda theater company.