Stories about ON STAGE

Of singing lambs and serial killers

'Silence! The Musical' is a surprisingly good spoof of a serious classic.

Juanga’s amor eterno

A young queer Mexican immigrant reflects on recently deceased singer Juan Gabriel's epochal influence

Party Radar: Can this colorful crew save the Stud?

Plus: DJ Sappho, Hot Chip, Juan Ramos, Psychemagik, and so much more. This week's nightlife agenda.

The straight dope

John Leguizamo's "Latin History for Morons" brings revelatory laughs to Berkeley Rep

Mime Troupe tackles ignorance at its root in 57th season

This year brings new outdoor show 'Schooled' and an expanded brick and mortar space.

Switchboard Music Fest lights up with new sounds

From a soaring girls chorus to electro-acoustical wizardry, Sat/18's daylong happening plugs in to the contemporary music scene.

SF responds to Orlando horror with dignity, resolve, and numbers

More than 5,000 take to the streets to defy homophobia and violence

Big night for progressives — Kim could even finish first!

Wiener slipping as gap is less than two points; Reform Slate may have enough votes to control DCCC

Black abstractions, charting a “Blank Map”

National Queer Arts Fest kicks off with a psychedelic experiment in collective artmaking, Fri/3-Sun/12.

Bernie comes to East Oakland — with Jane Kim — and talks about police killings and affordable housing

Frisco Five get a fist bump from presidential candidate as Sanders brings his progressive message to a diverse audience in a place where most national candidates never show up