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Rumi’s favorite 12th century epic comes to musical life in ‘The Language of the Birds’

Composer Sahba Aminikia blends Farsi vocals blend with AI animation for Persian mystic Farid ud-din Attar's storied tale.

Ambitious ‘Galileo’ discovers a musical universe all its own

Composers Michael Weiner and Zoe Sarnak take off from rock and pop to explore more celestial sounds.

US Artists Fellowship brings trans choreographer Sean Dorsey ‘ability to provide for my future’

$50K award comes at a time when the groundbreaking dancemaker is expanding his own voice.

‘¡Golondrina!’ flies on the wings of Latinx California music history

Liliana Herrera's 'funkloric' play at Brava views migration, and its criminalization, through a sonic kaleidoscope.

After ‘painful’ preparation, ‘Blue Door’ opens onto Black men’s complex life in US

Director Darryl V. Jones on creating the soundtrack of generational haunting at Aurora Theatre Company.

‘Portrait of a Woman’ tells of unlikely champ for 18th century art equality

Bay Area-based author Bridget Quinn explains why she visited one of her subject's paintings 'every day for years.'

For actor John-Andrew Morrison, ‘A Strange Loop’ is a brilliant, emotional rollercoaster

The Tony nominee returns to Michael R. Jackson's lauded play at ACT—and brings a deep connection to his mother.

The Great Migration travels beyond South to North in ‘Movement in Every Direction’

A BAMPFA show expands how we think about one of the biggest mass movements in US history.

102-year-old heroine Betty Reid Soskin’s journey premieres on Bay Area stage

Writings and songs by the nation's oldest park ranger and longtime activist form base of 'Sign My Name To Freedom.'

After 65 years, Alvin Ailey Dance Theater still exalts Black life and modern movement

Duke Ellington, Alonzo King, and six decades of classics are on tap for company's latest Cal Performances residency.