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Monday, December 6, 2021

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‘Plot Point in Our Sexual Development’ dissects a history of trans love

Definitions of "comfort" are contested as a couple rolls through their sexual triumphs and trials.

Review: ‘Father/Daughter’ challenges audiences with surprising double roles

The first Aurora Theatre Company show for live audiences since February of 2020 explores serious daddy issues.

Thank you for being a queen: “Golden Girls Live!” returns to save Christmas

Founder Heklina dishes BTS tidbits from SF's silver-haired "ho ho ho" tradition.

Review: Berkeley Rep reopens with fluffy ‘Wintertime’

The company's welcome return is a farce full of slamming doors and convoluted coupling that never quite snowballs.

With conch and shimmer, a taste of queer fantasy ‘TRY’

At an 'In Process' viewing at Z Space, Circo Zero and Ishmael Houston-Jones' 'deep collaboration' unfurled in a gorgeous atmosphere.

Review: In Post:ballet’s ‘Lyra,’ a myth immersed in Eastern California’s beauty

A dance film with live score broadcast through 75 speakers, this spin on the Eurydice and Orpheus tale was breathtaking

A shining ‘Noche de Oro’ planned for Ballet Hispánico’s 50th anniversary

The lauded company—fresh from an unexpected windfall—brings 'Tiburones,' the King of Mambo, and 'flamenco eyes' to Zellerbach.

Building new plays at Berkeley Rep, from the Ground Floor up

An innovative program helps artists and writers develop ideas for the stage—and you can apply.

Review: SF Playhouse gallops toward big themes in ‘The Great Khan’

Some spot-on dialogue, dedicated performances, and a solid premise—but Michael Gene Sullivan's play is trying to do too much.

Review: ‘The Claim’ captures the hurricane of immigration red tape

Shotgun Players return with a rapid-fire examination of the limits of bureaucratic and romantic language.

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