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Tagged with: Opera

Artist, mother, wife, and cat: SFMOMA Joan Brown retrospective celebrates a shapeshifter

Beginning within the Bay Area Figurative Movement, Brown's career defies simple classification.

Screen Grabs: ‘Users’ tackles life on tech, Spielberg makes a ‘small’ film

Plus: 'A Couple' gives voice to Tolstoy's long-suffering wife, and 'The Swimmers' beats the crowdpleaser formula.

Ignore the plot: ‘The Great Comet’ seeks to entertain

With a cast of two dozen, the Shotgun Players have a blast. Shame about the dropped COVID restrictions.

SF Opera dazzles with new ‘La Traviata,’ ‘Orpheus and Eurydice’ productions

Centennial season swings for the fences—and freshens up two traditional classics.

Screen Grabs: Two Mexican heavyweights go big

Iñárritu and Del Toro aim high with "Bardo' and 'Pinocchio.' Plus: 'Dos Estaciones,' 'There There,' and 'The Menu'—new movies!

Seeing ‘La Traviata’ anew, through the lens of a feminist reckoning

Shawna Lucey's production at SF Opera focuses on courtesan Violetta's agency to control her own life and decisions.

Trans power takes center stage in ‘The Red Shades’ and ‘Pony’

Cutting Ball's identity-oriented murder mystery and a 'superhero rock opera' at Z Space show why SF's theater scene is unique

Screen Grabs: A lost local ’90s gem finally gets a revival

Plus: A Lebanese all-woman rock band doc, the return of Dario Argento and Claire Denis, and 'All Quiet on the Western Front"

Screen Grabs: A revisionist Western that still shines bright

'McCabe and Mrs. Miller' at the Roxie. Plus: Korean monster mash 'Project Wolf Hunting,' bloody 'Piggy,' fascist foreshadowing in 'Riotsville U.S.A.'

Screen Grabs: Festivalpalooza! Mill Valley, Latino, Short, Green, Drunken

Brendan Fraser, Cate Blanchett, Jose Feliciano, Fantastic Negrito, and a lot of cocktails make for one wild week of film