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Saturday, May 25, 2024

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Dance

‘The People’s Palace’ injects missing diversity into City Hall’s storied architecture

Choreographer Joanna Haigood of Zaccho Dance aims 'to provide a more accurate picture of vibrant San Francisco.'

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.

Unmasking a modern predator through dance in ‘The Soul Catcher’

Annika B. Lewis and Kassandra Production dissect a violent relationship at SF International Arts Fest

‘Never too late’: Grannies of Grant Avenue Follies dance onto the airwaves

PBS highlights the Chinatown-based cabaret troupe of 11 spirited grandmothers keeping local history alive.

Outsize passions of Carmen and Frida take centerstage in ‘Dos Mujeres’

Premieres by Arielle Smith and Annabelle Lopez Ochoa at SF Ballet bring two well-known women to vivid life.

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.

Don’t wake up from SF Ballet’s ‘Midsummer Night’s Dream’ too soon

Costumes by Christian LaCroix and excellent dancing quickly put viewers under Balanchine and Shakespeare's spell.

Arts Forecast: Remembering Jess Curtis

The groundbreaking dance-maker passed suddenly this week. Plus: St. Patrick's Day events, CCA MFA expo, Scourge of Worlds, more.

Degenerate Art Ensemble processes trauma through Butoh-inspired dance

Company's 'Skeleton Flower' at ODC confronts harsh experience but is also 'wrapped in love.'

Robert Moses’ ‘New Legacies’ takes on the specter of censorship

'There’s a body to culture and we’re cutting off the legs and arms,' says choreographer about latest innovative work.

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