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Tagged with: Burlesque

Live Shots: 23rd Edwardian Ball was a sensory feast

Mystery, magic, daring feats, and great looks came to the Regency Ballroom on January 27.

All hail the warm-hearted holiday chaos of ‘A Very Merry Misfit Cabaret’

Krampus, acrobats, Boba Fett, Gremlins, and Jeffrey Dahmer's cousin bring good ol' mischief to Kat Robichaud's annual show

No words: Savor the Castro’s last moments as movie palace with ‘A Day of Silents’

Start off with 10am all-cartoon bill, and stay for slapstick, swashbuckle, and romantical burlesque on the beloved screen.

What’s up, THEYFRIEND? Dive into the fierce nonbinary performance festival

Co-host LOTUS BOY fills us in on third annual International showcase for nonbinary artists.

We’re reopening the Stud—here’s why it matters

Amid the global backlash to LGBTQ rights, one of SF's oldest queer bars returns as a beacon of safety and love

Confronting decline while flying through the air in ‘the Curve’ at Fringe Fest

Circus acrobat Genie Cartier's show combines gravity-defying feats with candid tales of a body slowing down

Electrifying lead and stellar music deserve more from ‘Tina’

Fresh approach is needed for jukebox musical's tale of monumental singer. Plus: David Bowie tribute brings fireworks

Suck on this: The eviction-fueled, Web 1.0 dykesploitation of ‘Sugar High Glitter City’ returns

Directors of iconic 2001 lesbian ensemble film reflect on the eve of its SF PornFilmFestival screenings.

Party Radar: Hey, ghoul. It’s Monster Mash time.

All the Halloween wing-dings you can squeeze into your Google cauldron. No sexy Steve Bannon costumes please.

Bringing back the va-va-voom with four nights of Burlesque Extravaganza

Expect titillation, empowerment, creativity—and possibly even Cthulhu and corgis, says organizer Red Velvet.