Joshua Rotter

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Joshua Rotter is a contributing writer for 48 Hills. He’s also written for the San Francisco Bay Guardian, SF Weekly, SF Examiner, SF Chronicle, and CNET.

John Cameron Mitchell and the origin of ‘Anthem Homunculus’

The 'Hedwig' creator's star-studded podcast sweeps into town for a marathon listening party. (Laurie Anderson plays a tumor.)

Robbie Robertson on heart-wrenching The Band doc ‘Once Were Brothers’

After one last famous reunion in 1976, the seminal roots act was no more. A new film tells the story of era-defining 'brotherhood'

A pro-immigrant ‘sci-fi magical realism human cartoon opera’? Believe it!

Pantomime pioneer Sara Moore talks about refugees, clowns, and her new 'live silent film' at Z Space.

Trixie Mattel’s grown-up dream world

A house, a partner, a new album, and a gangbusters tour. Has the drag star left her Barbie life behind? No way!

Fiery flamenco meets rousing gospel in ‘Soul Y Alma’

Theatre Flamenco's Carola Zertuche speaks about collaborating with Glide Ensemble for a very unique show.

With ‘Butterfly Effect’ choreographer Krissy Keefer caps decades of eco-activism

New Dance Brigade show bridges aims to create a 'collective heartbeat' at the edge of apocalypse.

Midge Ure, titan of New Wave, will take your questions now

The Ultravox and Visage founder puts on a legendary show. Now he's adding Q&As and song requests for deeper connection.

Micky Dolenz on Monkeemania, Sketchfest, and the band’s enduring appeal

Appearing with Michael Nesmith, the beloved Monkee talks about his favorite songs and their new album.
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Kung Pao! Jackie Hoffman shoots from the hip before Kosher Comedy

The Emmy-nominated 'Feud' and 'Fiddler' star headlines the 27-year holiday tradition.

For San Francisco, the Gay Men’s Chorus brings the ‘Holigays’ home

"We first performed the Christmas Eve shows in 1991 when the AIDS pandemic was at its worst." Now, the annual shows are a mainstay.