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Tagged with: Stage

Queer identity churns beneath religion, politics in ‘Drowning in Cairo’

Adam Ashraf Elsayigh's new time-jumping play examines the lives of three complex Muslim characters

Live Shots: 21st Edwardian Ball brought grand whimsy back to SF

Feathers, wigs, codpieces, corsets, and plague masks filled the Regency Ballroom for steampunk-Victoriana fun.

Review: Shotgun Players’ ‘Cassandra Sessions’ reminds us we’re not out of the woods yet

Poetically nailing the COVID era in all its claustrophobia, futility, and mansplaining... with Malvina Reynolds' folk songs.

Taking in Outside Lands, at a pivotal moment for San Francisco

At a peak of inequality—and the city just waking up from COVID—how did it feel to dive into the raucous fest?

Review: ‘The Claim’ captures the hurricane of immigration red tape

Shotgun Players return with a rapid-fire examination of the limits of bureaucratic and romantic language.

Poems for the big one: Kim Addonizio’s latest radiates ‘mortal life’

In 'Now We're Getting Somewhere,' the lauded local poet (and recent banjo enthusiast) sparks the political and personal.

Remembering Spain’s 15-M Movement, Occupy’s scrappy precursor

As the US looks back a decade later, a necessary reminder that Occupy was a reverberation of a global movement.

Under the Stars: St. Vincent, Thao, Eris Drew, more musical highlights

A funky new release from KAAM and Andy Schauf's live show are among this week's releases and appearances.

Sean San José: ‘There needs to be a home for more people’ in local theater

The new Magic Theatre Artistic Director builds on his deep roots with a passion for actual—not superficial—inclusion.

Screen Grabs: Queens on parade, from Capote to ‘Jamie’

Plus: SF Short Film Fest, Crossroads Fest, and a very terrible 'Malignant'