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4/12/2018

  Jill Kerttula never considered herself an activist artist. Until those 12 minutes on October 1, 2017. That’s how long... More»

4/11/2018

  Myles Thatcher is sitting on the floor of a windowless studio in the San Francisco Ballet building, knees splayed like a... More»

4/10/2018

The heart of the Oakland Museum of California is made of wood. It weighs two tons, measures 13 feet in diameter, and has been sitting in... More»

4/6/2018

  Two couples in the ancient Greek city of Arcadia make a pact to protect their secret love affairs. They speak in iambic... More»

4/5/2018

  Playwright Tony Kushner's masterpiece, Angels in America, is not only one of the crowning achievements of 20th-... More»

4/3/2018

Best Picture: Sorry to Bother You Boots Riley’s eagerly anticipated film debut, which made some... More»

3/21/2018

  Think techno-angst over the impending robo-AI apocalypse is unique to 21st-century San Francisco? The latest exhibition at the de Young,... More»

3/2/2018

  That Office Hour, the provocative new play from Julia Cho that opened at Berkeley Rep Thursday evening,... More»

2/13/2018

  OK, so we admit that T’Challa, the African prince turned superhero at the heart of Marvel’s latest comic book blockbuster, ... More»

2/8/2018

  Several times during John Kolvenbach’s Reel to Reel, which debuted Wednesday at Magic Theatre, the audience is instructed... More»

2/7/2018

  In 1944, while Recy Taylor, a 24-year old African-American sharecropper, was walking home from church in Abbeville, Alabama... More»

2/6/2018

  Casanova may well have been the original celebrity lecher. So in the era of #MeToo, a traveling exhibition hitting the Legion of Honor this... More»