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Wonderful world of Charles & Ray Eames

By Sura Wood | Tuesday Oct 23, 2018
a comprehensive, wide-ranging touring exhibition at OMCA surveys the careers and multidimensional practice of the influential, Southern California-based, husband-and-wife design team Charles & Ray Eames.

Remember me: Sasha Waltz's 'Körper'

By Paul Parish | Tuesday Oct 23, 2018
"Körper" played last weekend in Berkeley, where Cal Performances presented Sasha Waltz's masterpiece in Zellerbach Hall for the first time.

Strauss' comedy of errors

By Philip Campbell | Tuesday Oct 23, 2018
If you believe in love at first sight or you're just a pushover for the lyricism of Richard Strauss, San Francisco Opera has a production of his flawed but charming "Arabella" set to seduce you once more.

DC museums entice us

By Roberto Friedman | Tuesday Oct 23, 2018
As the swallows return to Capistrano, every fall Out There returns to the Baltimore-Washington metropolitan area, site of our misspent youth.

Domestic unrest

By Jim Gladstone | Tuesday Oct 23, 2018
A world-premiere family drama by Ashlin Halfnight, developed through Magic's own Virgin Play Festival, touches on suicide, homosexuality and pedophilia.

Black mirror

By Jim Gladstone | Tuesday Oct 23, 2018
"Fairview," the exquisitely constructed drama now at Berkeley Rep, requires concentrated observation.

SFGMC marks 40 years

By David-Elijah Nahmod | Tuesday Oct 23, 2018
The San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus celebrates its 40th anniversary this month with special events during the weekend of Oct. 26-28.

Emotional breakdown in Montana

By David Lamble | Tuesday Oct 23, 2018
The subject of the new drama "Wildlife" (opening Friday) is achingly familiar to many LGBTQ filmgoers.

'Alice' in La-La Land

By Jim Gladstone | Tuesday Oct 23, 2018
"Waitress," the hit Broadway musical now playing at the Golden Gate Theatre on its first national tour, opens with a chiming refrain.

Melissa McCarthy shines in 'Forgive'

By David-Elijah Nahmod | Tuesday Oct 23, 2018
Best-known for her appearances in over-the-top comedies such as "Life of the Party," Melissa McCarthy is given a rare opportunity to play a dramatic role in the new film "Can You Ever Forgive Me?"

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