Stories about Opera

Singing ‘The Source’

A dazzling oratorio takes on the Chelsea Manning-Wikileaks saga at SF Opera Lab.

Screen Grabs: Three new films of note

Quick looks at a mermaid comedy horror musical, and animated "zucchini," and Gael Garcia Bernal's latest.

‘I want to be humble, but I want to be fierce’

Legendary choreographer and identity politics architect Bill T. Jones speaks about art, empathy, and the possibility of beauty in our present moment.

Latin lovers, shady players, and super Jeegs

New Italian Cinema festival zests up the screen at Vogue Theatre, Wed/16-Sun/20

3rd i opens up

14th annual San Francisco International South Asian Film Festival brings a wealth of diversity to local screens.

Return of the ‘Natives’

20 years after it shocked audiences, Nā Lei Hulu's 'The Natives Are Restless' comes back at an invigorating moment.

Posh and piffle

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

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.

The Agenda, Jan 4-11, 2016: Motorcyles and short-term rentals

Planning Commission hears a case of industrial displacement -- and a remarkable request to turn housing into legal hotel rooms
48 Hills:Big Week Halloween

BIG WEEK: 22 terror-ific Halloween events

From Motown maniacs and "boograss hillbillies" to glam rock ghouls and the Phantom of Grace Cathedral, SF's undead are dancing to a Beetlejuice beat. By...