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Lucas Hnath's drama The Christians focuses on Pastor Paul, the founding pastor of a mega-church who's suddenly hit with a crisis of faith. He feels compelled to lead his thousands-strong flock in a new and unexpected direction on its 20th anniversary -- one that directly conflicts with the former tenets of his ministry. When his motives are questioned, both his professional and personal relationships are put to the test. Backed by a live choir, The Christians is both epic and unexpectedly intimate. This provocative play now comes to San Francisco Playhouse, offering an unflinching look at faith -- of any denomination -- and its power to unite or divide.
This world premiere fuses a world music concert experience with a theatrical story of love and madness that bounces back and forth between ancient Jerusalem and modern-day Tel Aviv. Drawing from the ancient Hebrew text the Song of Songs, which celebrates love and intimacy, Love Sick follows one woman's journey through a relentless and fervent love affair that threatens to destroy her and her life. This musical play is directed by Broadway veteran Christopher Renshaw and stars Ofra Daniel and Ali Paris, the latter of whom has toured with Alicia Keys and Sting, and who also plays the Qanun, a 14th-century instrument that only a few dozen people on the planet play. Experience Love Sick at the Osher Studio in Berkeley.
Cult drag rock musical Above and Beyond the Valley of the Ultra Showgirls returns to Oasis in San Francisco, featuring D'Arcy Drollinger (Three's Company & Sex and the City Live!) and riding high on a wave of sex, drugs, cat fights, murder, seduction ... and that's just in the dressing room. Imagine Russ Meyer, Liberace and Hedwig collaborating on a rock musical starring Jem and the Holograms, and you'll have an idea of what awaits you. Shamelessly inspired by Beyond the Valley of the Dolls and Showgirls, this over-the-top dark musical comedy has enough poor taste references to satisfy any B-movie junkie.
"Are we there yet?" The journey is the best part -- or so they say. Are We Almost There? The Travel Musical is a hilarious revue of comedy songs and sketches about travel: the anxieties, annoyances, hassles and, yes, the occasional joys of going places. Topics range from group tours, traveling with friends and tourist ripoffs to Airbnb, economy class problems when you've got first class tastes and frantic packing. Are We Almost There? The Travel Musical at the Phoenix Theatre San Francisco is a rip-roaring musical adventure that anyone who's ever gone anywhere will relate to.
Pop icon Cyndi Lauper made history as the first solo woman ever to receive the Tony for Best Score thanks to her contributions to Broadway's high-heeled hit, Kinky Boots. The winner of six Tony Awards, including Best Musical, Kinky Boots tells the story (based on actual events) of Charlie Price, who has inherited his father's nearly bankrupt shoe factory. Trying to live up to his father's legacy and save his family business, Charlie finds inspiration in the form of Lola, a fabulous entertainer in need of some sturdy stilettos. As they work to turn the factory around, this unlikely pair finds that they have more in common than they ever dreamed possible. Along the way, Lola helps Charlie become the man he's meant to be. Featuring direction and Tony-winning choreography by Jerry Mitchell (Legally Blonde, Hairspray) and a spectacularly uplifting book by four-time Tony winner Harvey Fierstein (La Cage aux Folles), this red-hot musical smash has audiences dancing in the aisles. Join the celebration when Kinky Boots struts into the San Jose Center for Performing Arts with this special pre-sale offer.
Does art influence life? Can life imitate art? Henry is a playwright who draws on his unraveling marriage and troubled personal life to create his works, and razor-sharp drama The Real Thing uses the "a play within a play" device to tease the audience with the difference between semblance and reality. In a clever, poignant and entertaining examination of infidelity that The New York Times called "the most bracing play anyone has written about love and marriage in years," renowned British playwright Tom Stoppard writes about the passion and pain that love brings into ordinary lives. Deeply moving and bitingly funny, The Real Thing at Aurora Theatre Company in Berkeley brilliantly examines the complex nature of love, art and reality.
A huge hit when it debuted at the New York Fringe Festival, Silence! The Musical went on to enjoy several successful runs, and it now makes its way to The Victoria Theatre in San Francisco. Created by Jon and Al Kaplan (music and lyrics) and Hunter Bell (book) as a parody of the 1991 Academy Award-winning thriller The Silence of the Lambs, this wonderfully fun and over-the-top spoof features Clarice, Hannibal, Buffalo Bill and a singing chorus of tap-dancing lambs delivering outrageous songs and rapid-fire one-liners. In association with Ray of Light Theatre, this hilarious Cloud 9 production is positively going to slay you.