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Wednesday, April 17, 2024

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Tagged with: Opera

Hilarious performances whisk you up a shaky ’39 Steps’

San Francisco Playhouse lampoons a ripe Hitchcock—but you may want to binge your noir beforehand.

Outsize passions of Carmen and Frida take centerstage in ‘Dos Mujeres’

Premieres by Arielle Smith and Annabelle Lopez Ochoa at SF Ballet bring two well-known women to vivid life.

Screen Grabs: Strap yourself in for a harrowing ‘Civil War’

Plus: 'The Beast,' 'The People's Joker,' 'Arcadian,' 'Do Not Expect Too Much from the End of the World,' more new movies

Beyoncé’s country swerve broke the charts—but don’t forget the Pointer Sisters

A preferential guide to previous artists who have spoken the same coded language of Americana roots music

Win free tickets to April concerts at Lost Church in North Beach!

Folk, rock, soul, and a Fleetwood Mac tribute are all on the menu at the intimate new concert venue.

Screen Grabs: Toxic masculinity meets queer desire in arresting ‘Femme’

Plus: Strikingly original 'La Chimera,' Woody Allen's all-French 'Coup de Chance,' Michael Snow tribute, more.

Don’t wake up from SF Ballet’s ‘Midsummer Night’s Dream’ too soon

Costumes by Christian LaCroix and excellent dancing quickly put viewers under Balanchine and Shakespeare's spell.

Arts Forecast: Remembering Jess Curtis

The groundbreaking dance-maker passed suddenly this week. Plus: St. Patrick's Day events, CCA MFA expo, Scourge of Worlds, more.

Screen Grabs: It’s all Greek (Film Fest) to us this weekend

Mythical monsters, immigration drama, gay romps (and history) are highlights. Plus: Animal Kingdom, The Sweet East, more movies

Screen Grabs: ‘Spartacus’ with sandworms—’Dune 2′ is a worthy spectacle

Just don't think too much about the optics of old-school fantasy. Plus: Animated Chilean docudrama 'They Shot the Piano Player'