Who is the mysterious ghost bride of California Street and what is she looking for?
The Jenkins Johnson Gallery in San Francisco and New York is featuring artist Ben Aronson in conversation with gallerist Karen Jenkins-Johnson via Zoom on Friday, July 17th. Aronson is considered to be an "artist's artist." In his work he combines abstract expressionism with precise realism. You may be viewing a still life,...
Theater News: Magic Theatre announces 2020-2021 season featuring world premiere of Sam Chanse’s ‘Monument’
As San Francisco Bay Area theater companies struggle to bring shows to a new, online-only audience we see different approaches being employed to keeping us engaged. Many have turned to streaming and virtual experiences -- given social distancing these seem like pretty much the only viable alternatives. Meantime, others, like...
San Francisco Playhouse has just announced its upcoming season. This will be their 18th season, and their most ambitious one yet. In fact, the announcement was made the previous night at their first-ever live streaming season announcement party. On the mainstage will be Jez Butterworth’s The Ferryman in its west...
All headliners have confirmed for new October 2-4, 2020 dates.
You can support the arts and enjoy theater from your home.
In response to COVID-19 San Francisco theater is streaming shows, asking buyers to choose price point
Virtual tickets to 2 American Conservatory Theater productions are now on sale.
Happy! Broadway! Musicals! Lots of excitement today as BroadwaySF revealed its 2020-2021 line-up. Moulin Rouge! The Musical and Oklahoma! lead the shows headed to San Francisco. Rounding out the seven show season are Ain't Too Proud, Hadestown, The Cher Show, The Prom and To Kill a Mockingbird. See below for the details. Per...
Film Review: ‘Jill Bilcock: Dancing the Invisible’ a fascinating look at the little-known world of film editing
An icon of Australian cinema.
These are the souls of the broken town.