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Wednesday, October 5, 2022

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Tagged with: Theater

Transporting ‘Passengers’ comforts as it thrills

Acrobatic fantasia at A.C.T. gets plenty of steam from romantic train imagery and talented 7 Fingers company

At Cal Shakes, a ‘Lear’ set adrift in Black San Francisco

Marcus Gardley's play moves Shakespeare's royal tragedy to the Fillmore in 1969, with much pontificating.

Arts Forecast: SF Fringe, Mill Valley Fall Arts Fest, Dark Side of the Circus…

Push It Forward, Flamenco Sin Fronteras, Club Pansy, Hobbit Hole, Portion Control, more great events this week

Police racism, police violence, a hiatus on the Amazon tax ….

... and gee, they are so nice in Sacramento. Guess that's why the landlord lobby keeps on winning.

Screen Grabs: SF Porn Film Festival kicks off with the Bay’s erotic history

Plus: Welcome evolution of Hollywood's Black protagonists via 1972's 'Blacula' and Edris Alba's new action-horror 'Beast.'

Artist Emmy Lou Packard shines in overdue expo—but she never left SF walls

She apprenticed with Diego Rivera, and mentored the Mission's mural movement.

Screen Grabs: The saga of Chol Soo Lee—and the arrival of Cinequest

Plus: 'Big Trouble in Little China' gets a screening worthy of a cult fave, and this week's new releases.

Screen Grabs: Family dysfunction, with all the yikes

Patton Oswalt's 'I Love My Dad,' Lena Dunham's 'Sharp Stick,' teen pregnancy fallout in 'Icon,' more cringey relations

Jewish Film Fest returns with big names—and timely themes

Radical feminism, gay gentrification, ethnic cleansing, plus David Straitharn, Ken Burns, Leonard Bernstein, more in 42nd installment

Screen Grabs: A golden rep house reopens, and golden oldies pour forth

Plus: Thor's latest hammering, a 'Poser' on the Columbus indie scene, and a Leonard Cohen-copia