Author: Lincoln Kaye

Not for nothing have I just dropped what might be the first ever F-bomb in these decorous columns. It’s there to prime you for “Accidental Death of an Anarchist,” a must-see at the Berkeley...

What do you get when the doyen of contemporary ballet meets the definitive playwright of our age? Neither a play nor a dance, but something new and marvelous — a multimedia staging of two...

Shakespeare’s “Taming of the Shrew” and Tennessee Williams’ “Streetcar Named Desire” at the Angus Bowmer Theater, Oregon Shakespeare Festival (OSF), Ashland. Nell Geisslinger, an eight year OSF veteran who virtually grew up in Ashland, is...

That’s vintage Chinglish (Chinese inflected English); a machine translation of daodixiaochaliaoqi — i.e. “to fall down, crack up and laugh yourself breathless.” More idiomatically, “to roll on the floor laughing your ass off,” or...

“The Very Merry Wives of Windsor, Iowa,” and “As You Like It,” by William Shakespeare (with assistance) at The Elizabethan Theatre, Ashland, Oregon. This season, aside from the brooding historical pageant of “Henry V,”...