Stories about American Conservatory Theater

‘Free For All’: Not your great-great-grandmother’s Miss Julie

Playwright Megan Cohen rewrites August Strindberg's problematic play—and yes, there's skiing on Nob Hill.

Tracking the human condition through a Nigerian family epic

Two installments of playwright Mfoniso Udofia's acclaimed nine-play Ufot Family Cycle—'In Old Age" and 'Her Portmanteau'—come to the Magic Theatre and ACT Strand.

Playwright Lauren Yee’s tribute to China Town community comes home to SF

'King of Yees' is a tribute to her father, community leader Larry Yee

Arts Forecast: Autumn Lights, Space Visitors, Clarion Alley Block Party …

Gathering of the Tribes, Liszt Gala, Open Carry Guitar Rally, Ed Asner, and more cool things ahead this week.

Posh and piffle

ACT's charming, frothy 'King Charles III' mixes speculative drama with royalist fervor

Digging deep, empowered by grief

In "Seed Language," 58 young performers explore society's violence against black and brown bodies.

The tragedy of InnerMission

How market-rate housing could wipe out a cultural landmark, destroy jobs, and undermine the history of the Mission District By Steven T. Jones MARCH 11, 2015...

Communities of color cut out of SF’s arts spending

By Tim Redmond It’s not a secret, and hardly news, that straight White people are a minority in San Francisco. Although the African American population...