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12/4/2015

  A certain degree of planning is necessary in order to stage a death—but to stage eight? That is an exercise in nimbleness. And it... More»

11/13/2015

  Berkeley’s sociopolitical wisecracker W. Kamau Bell will debut United Shades of America, a “race and travel” (his... More»

11/10/2015

  Give your screen-weary eyeballs a break and let another sense take the lead. This month, SFMOMA and Fort Mason Center present sound artist... More»

11/9/2015

  A seated woman is suspended 16 feet up on a wall, her gown draping the floor and stained red at the hem. Repurposed tree branches resemble an... More»

11/6/2015

  This month, Ms. “Let It Go” herself, Idina Menzel, comes to our fair city in... More»

11/3/2015

  Times have changed since the ’90s, when Mission School artists reigned in the streets of San Francisco, but the godfathers of the... More»

10/15/2015

  When nine-time Tony Award–winning producer Carole Shorenstein Hays severed ties last year with the Broadway-production company she... More»

10/14/2015

  Forgo the corn maze—this year’s go-to spook fest is at an art gallery. Jules Maeght Gallery presents ... More»

10/7/2015

  Yes, Steve Jobs is the fourth movie about the late Apple founder since his death in 2011. Yes, we’re all a bit fatigued by the... More»