Is truth more important than democracy? In Ibsen’s An Enemy of the People, a doctor discovers that a spa town’s water source is polluted. He makes enemies as he tries to spread the news, which is sure to hurt the town economy. The attacks make him realize that the problem...
It’s been less than a year since the U.S. election, and theatergoers are surely already tired of plays that tackle authoritarianism. While Camus’ State of Siege (presented by Cal Performances and performed by the touring French company Théâtre de la Ville) fits into that category, it’s different enough not...
What's happening around the San Francisco Bay Area including performances at SF Symphony, TheatreWorks, Aurora Theatre, SHN Orpheum, Cal Performances, Dragon Theatre.
Hubbard Street Dance Chicago was founded in 1977 by dancer and choreographer Lou Conte as part of his Lou Conte Dance Studio.
For one night only, Ross gives a whirlwind history of music as told through bass lines in a lecture titled Chacona, Lamento, Walking Blues: Bass Lines of Music History.
Cal Performances opens its 2010/11 Dance series with a triple bill of West Coast premieres by the distinguished Mark Morris Dance Group (MMDG), when the company makes its annual sojourn to Berkeley on Thursday–Sunday, September 30–October 3. Celebrating three decades of illustrious dance, the company will perform Socrates...
Cal Performances kicks off its 2010/11 season on Sunday, September 26, with its first Fall Free for All, a full day of free performances on the University of California, Berkeley, campus.
The dances in this act depict adventures on the high seas, the fun and excitement experienced by boatmen navigating rapids, and the exuberant combination of work and play that washerwomen find in their daily chores.
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