Stage favorite Wilma Bonet on playing the matriarch of a Puerto Rican family during a hurricane in the Magic's new play.
An innovative program at the de Young, whose staff is mostly white, brings diversity to Black Power and Frida Kahlo exhibit staff.
Artist Ana Teresa Fernández collaborates with the nonprofit's developmentally disabled artists for a show about migration and home.
De Young show features works from height of the Movement, including SF's Mike Henderson and the Rainbow Sign gallery.
At SF Playhouse, playwright Rogelio Martinez explores the time the Boss played behind the Iron Curtain.
One entire classic book, six hours, rave reviews. Elevator Repair Service brings its Fitzgerald treatment to Berkeley Rep.
Director Barbara Damashek and star Anne Darragh talk about the 'astonishing' heart in Aurora Theatre's new eco-thriller.
Iranian revolution, Spanish flamenco, and US '80s pop collide in acclaimed solo show about her family history.
In a book and show at the Cartoon Art Museum, illustrator Harmony Becker realizes a US tragedy in fine-grained detail.
In 'A morta,' Cinthia Marcelle fuses art, theater, and telecommunication—and yes, you can play at home.