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Fashioning a new ‘Wuthering Heights,’ from hand-me-downs and reclaimed fabrics

Costumer Vicki Mortimer talks about the importance of sustainable and vintage outfits in adaptation at Berkeley Rep

Seeing ‘La Traviata’ anew, through the lens of a feminist reckoning

Shawna Lucey's production at SF Opera focuses on courtesan Violetta's agency to control her own life and decisions.

Building an architect: Novelist imagines the Bay Area youth of Julia Morgan

In 'Drawing Outside the Lines,' Susan J. Austin sketches a foundation for the mind behind Hearst Castle.

“I’ll make it even wilder”: Bill Irwin takes ‘On Beckett’

The accomplished physical comedian brings his ever-changing relationship with the Irish playwright's work to the A.C.T.

Feminist faith founders, community archivists: APAture highlights remarkable creators

Asian Pacific American arts organization Kearny Street Workshop celebrates 50 years with festival themed 'autonomy'

‘What might the world look like?’: Displaying the breadth of Faith Ringgold’s art and life

Curator Janna Keegan speaks about the 91-year-old artist-activist's breathtaking retrospective at the de Young.

Scream something: BAMPFA projects women’s rage in ‘Outcry’

Photographer Whitney Bradshaw's series captures a range of bellows against the patriarchy.

‘Lear’ comes to the Fillmore: A Bay take on Shakespeare’s great tragedy

Cal Shakes' new production centers Blackness, and features live accompaniment by jazz favorite Marcus Shelby.

All aboard the TNT Traysikel for some karaoke, Filipino street-style

One of the city's favorite mobile interactive sculptures is at the Asian Art Museum—and you can sing along.