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A prominent businesswoman launches a consensual affair with her young male employee and experiences fireworks from her husband, lesbian daughter and public opinion. This sexy, funny, thought-provoking new work was co-created by Glickman Award-winning playwright Lynne Kaufman (Acid Test, The Couch) and the improv actors of San Francisco's Un-Scripted Theater Company. This unusual and exciting collaboration marks the first time in its 15 years of existence that Un-Scripted has gone scripted! Directed by Erin Gilley (The Speakeasy, The Lily's Revenge), Sex Scandal brings the worlds of scripted and improvised theater together like never before.
It's 1985 and aspiring rockstar Robbie Heart lives in his grandmother's basement biding his time as New Jersey's favorite wedding singer. He's the life of every party -- until his fiancee leaves him at the altar. Robbie promptly falls for Julia, an admiring young waitress. Unfortunately, Julia is about to be married to a Wall Street tycoon, and unless Robbie can pull off the performance of a decade, the girl of his dreams will be gone forever. Based on the hit Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore romantic comedy, with a score straight out of the 1980s pop songbook, The Wedding Singer at San Francisco's Victoria Theatre takes audiences back to a time when hair was big, collars were up and greed was good.
At the forward-thinking Eureka Day School, all decisions are made by consensus and everyone's opinion is valued. But when a crisis puts their children in danger, it turns out that Eureka Day parents have different definitions of safety. The debate over vaccinations hits home in this comedy of liberal manners, as the school community confronts the central question of our era: How do you find consensus when you can't agree on the facts? Aurora Theatre Company proudly presents the world premiere of this funny, poignant, and oh-so-Berkeley play.
Riffing on life on growing up young and black in America, this dark comedy sets its sights on mistaken identity, incarceration, Greek gods, interracial adoption and more. With its multi-ethnic cast, Hooded: Or Being Black for Dummies is filled with arresting stylistic turns and outrageous comedy. When two 14-year-old black boys -- one from the inner city, the other from a suburban private school -- wind up in the same holding cell, they debate what it means to be black in a sharp discussion that veers from 2Pac to Nietzsche. Catch the regional premiere of Hooded: Or Being Black for Dummies on the stage of the Custom Made Theatre in San Francisco.
Award-winning vocalist Nina Causey will star as Lena Horne in the new stage musical Horne to Strayhorn, which follows the life of the legendary actress-singer through her music, her time in Hollywood, her civil-rights activity, and her relationship with the musical composer and love of her life, Billy Strayhorn, who was openly gay. This production also features a video journey conveying the spirit of the times and the courage needed to persevere, as it comes to the stage at Berkeley's Black Repertory Group Theater.
What if when Harry met Sally, he also met Phil? What if Juliet's true love was Rosaline and not Romeo? Join Un-Scripted Theater Company as we explore the love stories Hollywood rarely tells. Love at First Sight is the improvised rom-com for the modern age. Experience this unconventional production in San Francisco.
If you're slow on the social media uptake, not up on apps and still can't figure out how to pronounce "gif," Megabytes! is the production for you. This musical revue features comedic songs and sketches that delve into the frustrations, annoyances and occasional joys of surviving in a high-tech world. Playwright Morris Bobrow ushers you through the kinds of relatable situations your basic, everyday non-techie person knows all too well. Log off from swiping, scrolling and surfing and spend a little quality analog time at San Francisco's Shelton Theater.
In a Vietnamese refugee camp in Arkansas circa 1975, two bereaved Saigon natives find love in a strange new land. So goes Vietgone, a bold new romantic comedy by "geek theater" impresario Qui Nguyen, an artist famous in New York for productions packed full of martial arts, sword fights and puppetry. Based on the lives of his own parents, Vietgone is a slightly more subtle affair, but still reflects Nguyen's irreverent humor and pop-culture-obsessed aesthetic as it crisscrosses between the traumatic evacuation of Saigon and a turbulent yet passionate tale of love in the rural United States. See American Conservatory Theater's production of this wildly imaginative, "culturally savvy comedy" (The New York Times) at A.C.T Strand Theater in San Francisco.