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Sunday, July 25, 2021

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Onstage

Reading is fundamental: 44 years of the Bay Area Playwrights Festival

At nearly a half-century, this showcase of early-career playwrights must be doing something right. Find out what, starting Fri/16.

Porchlight, Bawdy Storytelling take stage at newly Mint-ed al fresco series

Courtyard Cabaret was the result of COVID downtime—but an outdoor drink and show sounds smashing for summer.

Comedian, nerd hero Brian Posehn returns with ‘a pandemic’s worth’ of new jokes

The Redwood City-born favorite talks 'Grandpa Metal,' Mary Jane, and performing live shows at Cobb's again

SF Opera returns—with a lakeside, drive-in production of ‘Barber of Seville’

Director Matthew Ozawa reflects on his art form's new normal: “Sometimes it gets cold at night, and there’s a lovely duck that loves to say hello.”

The strange and wondrous story of the Sick & Twisted Players

Thirty years ago, the troupe brought camp movie mashups, blazingly real talent, and guaranteed Splatterama to nightlife stages.

Review: ‘God of Vengeance’ still powerful 115 years later

Taboo-busting play about Jewish tradition and lesbian love shone online in Yiddish Theatre Ensemble production.

All the yuks: A history of stand-up comedy traces the artform’s evolution

Wayne Federman's 'The History of Stand-Up: From Mark Twain to Dave Chappelle' pays special attention to Bay Area

Internationally Black series ‘So Soul San Francisco’ opens up global arts discourse

Creator Edris Cooper-Anifowoshe and co-host Rotimi Agbabiaka's monthly interview show surveys Black expression worldwide

This weekend, The Breath Project streams 24 nationwide theater works in honor of George Floyd

"It’s another brick in the wall. Or rather, we’re taking the wall down, so it’s a brick out of the wall.”

[UPDATED] Arts festival sues city in push for safe live performances—before rain comes

City revokes SF International Arts Festival permit for weekend program as arts languish amid reopenings

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