The Chron likes us, too.

Last week (and, hey—last year!) I let you know that we made it onto the year-end “best of” lists for both the East Bay Express and Theater Dogs. Today I’m happy to report that, over at the San Francisco Chronicle, Uncle Vanya made Robert Hurwitt’s Top Ten for 2008, and Cal Shakes was named “Most Improved” as a whole. (See previous blog entry for Theater Dogs and East Bay Express accolades.)

Thanks to everyone—audiences, critics, staff, and artists alike—for making 2008 such a magnificent year.


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