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‘Ghost of King’ channels radical speech by Civil Right leader to a T

Michael Wayne Turner III’s solo show at OTP masterfully evokes the Rev. Dr., but could go much further.

A time-jumping tale of environmental degradation in ‘Garuda’s Wing’

Gripping tale and great ensemble work from Magic Theatre drive home heavy subject without bumper sticker platitudes.

Never mind the capitalism… Here’s ‘The Lehman Trilogy’

Humanizing a rapacious clan of slavery profiteers... in this economy?

SF Opera tackles mass shootings and class privilege in ‘Innocence’

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Fresh Meat Fest chops it up with fierce bomba, deaf drag, queer taiko

23rd edition of groundbreaking queer-trans arts festival continues to grow with thrilling diversity and up-and-coming talent.

‘Best Available’: For theater lovers, uncomfortable in all the right ways

Shotgun Players' production wends through the tangle of absurdities of being artistic in a capitalist world.

When is a flute not a flute? SF Opera’s ‘Magic Flute’ pipes a wild tune

A blizzard of visual distractions—welcome, overwhelming—marks Suzanne Andrade's cinematic production.

With CubaCaribe Fest, an explosion of necessary joy and resistance

18th colorful installment will honor revolutionary expressions of culture across the Afro-Caribbean diaspora.

Life ends at 30? It’s complicated (and very Gen X) in ‘tick, tick… BOOM!’

Jonathan Larson's musical, which itself is turning 30, documents an artist's frustrations at a transitional age.

After nearly 50 years, a Mission tradition keeps the neighborhood spirit alive

No matter how else the city is hollowed out of its creativity, once a year there’s always Carnaval.

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