Articles by Henry Etzkowitz

“The Yeomen of the Guard”. Review - A Merryman and His Maid Deconstructed

“The Yeomen of the Guard”. Review - A Merryman and His Maid Deconstructed In the capable hands of the Lam[lighters, "The Yeoman of the Guard" expresses a theme of economic as well as political transformation

San Francisco’s Symphony’s Anti-symphonic Soundbox Review - The Trombone Stars

San Francisco’s Symphony’s Anti-symphonic Soundbox Review - The Trombone Stars San Francisco Symphony’s Soundbox reverses the formal assumptions of the classic classical music venue - it is a great place to go

Pear Theatre’s "View from the Bridge" by Arthur Miller Review - No “Sanctuary City” Seen

Pear Theatre’s "View from the Bridge" by Arthur Miller Review - No “Sanctuary City”  Seen Don't miss Henry Miller's "The View From the Bridge" at the Pear Theatre 1110 La Avenida Street, Mountain View, CA 94043. The play astonishes until April 2

Pear Theater’s “Uncanny Valley” Review – Artificial Intelligence Start-Up Frontier Explored

Pear Theater’s  “Uncanny Valley” Review – Artificial Intelligence Start-Up Frontier Explored    Thomas Gibbons’ play, "Uncanny Valley", is a meditation on being humanoid and becoming human, the intersection and crossover between the artificial and the natural

t’s a Wonderful Nutcracker Review - The Americanization of a Classic Ballet

t’s a Wonderful Nutcracker Review - The Americanization of a Classic Ballet The Menlowe Ballet performs the 2nd year of its innovative interpretation of the "It’s a Wonderful Nutcracker" at the Menlo-Atherton Performing Arts Center

Pear Theatre’s Major Barbara Review - George Bernard Shaw’s 2016 Election Prediction

Pear Theatre’s Major Barbara Review -  George Bernard Shaw’s 2016 Election Prediction Silicon Valley’s Pear Theatre presents Major Barbara, George Barnard Shaw’s reflection on money, power, gender, religion and ethics as a ‘tip of the hat’ to the 2016 election season

The Lamplighter’s “The New Mikado” Review - Mikado Kidnapped from Japan to Italy

The Lamplighter’s “The New Mikado” Review - Mikado Kidnapped from Japan to Italy The Mikado has been kidnapped to Italy but Japan is still in the Mikado.The Lamplighter’s New Mikado reduces the distance between performance and audience, bringing the Mikado “closer to us” by changing the venue from a mythical early Japan

The Mobility Innovators Forum Review - Silicon Valley Dating Game, Hyundai Courts Start-ups

The Mobility Innovators Forum Review - Silicon Valley Dating Game, Hyundai Courts Start-ups A well-chaperoned Silicon Valley courting ritual took place this recently, introducing Hyundai, the Korean auto firm, to potential partners

New York Philharmonic Review - Spellbinds Davies Hall with Precise Clarity of Expression

New York Philharmonic Review - Spellbinds Davies Hall with Precise Clarity of Expression Seldom is the New York Philharmonic heard in all its glory as in this past Friday evening’s concert in San Francisco’s Davies Hall

SoundBox Redux Review - The San Francisco Symphony Goes Incubator Model

SoundBox Redux Review - The San Francisco Symphony Goes Incubator Model Beyond tweaking traditional concert hall formats by offering shorter playing times. film-concert events, and the like, the San Francisco Symphony has recently launched a new venue, SoundBox, to appeal to new audiences

Opera Khovanshchinaby Modest Musorgsky Review - Square in the Politico-Religious Operatic Tradition

Opera Khovanshchinaby Modest Musorgsky Review - Square in the Politico-Religious Operatic Tradition An operatic genre has brought old conflicts to life for the insights they may provide into contemporary events. Modest Musorgsky’s Khovanshchina is square in the politico-religious operatic tradition

Chekov’s Uncle Vanya at Silicon Valley’s Pear Theatre Review - Updated: Relevance over Orginalism?

 Chekov’s Uncle Vanya at Silicon Valley’s Pear Theatre Review - Updated: Relevance over Orginalism? Pear Theatre continues its 2015/2016 season with Anton Chekov's classic UNCLE VANYA, in a brand new translation by Bay Area writer, actor, and director Dave Sikula. Frustrated love, misguided impulses, and hope abound in this witty yet heartbreaking take on human experience

Stanford’s “Trouble in Tahiiti” Review - Jewel of the Valley:

 Stanford’s “Trouble in Tahiiti” Review  - Jewel of the Valley: Stanford students’ musical performances and art exhibits are a treasure, open for discovery

“The Mountaintop” Review - Martin Luther King’ Memphis Motel Rendezvous with Destiny

“The Mountaintop” Review - Martin Luther King’ Memphis Motel Rendezvous with Destiny Katori Hall’s “The Mountaintop,” a Realistic Progressive Realistic antidote to Magical Realism, articulates the existential dilemma obscured in Beckett’s bare stage Ashcans. Closes soon, see it now

Pinafore Review - HMS Pinafore Slips into San Francisco Bay

Pinafore Review - HMS Pinafore Slips into San Francisco Bay William S. Gilbert and Arthur S. Sullivan’s spoof of the British class structure, HMS Pinafore, at Mountain Views Performing Arts Center has a contemporary message

Lamplighters' The Grand Duke Review - Gilbert and Sullivan's Last Stand

Lamplighters' The Grand Duke Review - Gilbert and Sullivan's Last Stand Bay Area Lamplighter's production of Gilbert and Sullivan's "The Grand Duke" showed Gilbert and Sullivan to be incisive in questioning class and gender

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