For the past three years the Fresh Meat Festival has conducted its annual performances online. The festival returns to performing live and in person.
San Francisco Circus Center's upcoming productions of "The Secret Garden" will recreate the classic children's book through acrobatic storytelling, designed by longtime circus artist Evan Tomlinson Weintraub.
In Brandon Taylor's 'The Late Americans,' intelligent millennial characters argue with each other about race, power, politics, and especially class, trying to ascertain how social forces have shaped their identities, which seem in constant flux.
Imagine if John Hughes made a vampire movie, set in Sweden. Well, that's what's on the menu – along with big gulps of stage blood – at Berkeley Repertory, in the National Theatre of Scotland's mystifying production of "Let the Right One In."
We're off to see...the movie? That's the question that's been cycloning around my mind ever since last April, when American Conservatory Theater first announced its planned production of "The Wizard of Oz," now in previews with opening night June 7.
As summer events in Guerneville and Monte Rio return, it's worth looking back to see how Russian River venues have recovered from the pandemic and a series of floods and fires.
It's Pride Month! Happy 'What has the GOP done to take away more of our rights' month! Fortunately, some LGBTQ shows finished shooting before the Writers Guild strike.
From unique interpretations of classic plays and musicals, to fusion music concerts and site-specific performances, summer performing arts experiences offer a chance to immerse yourself in the spirit and energy of San Francisco.
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