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Sunday, September 25, 2022

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Tagged with: Theatre

‘Lear’ comes to the Fillmore: A Bay take on Shakespeare’s great tragedy

Cal Shakes' new production centers Blackness, and features live accompaniment by jazz favorite Marcus Shelby.

Truth, as viewed through a tangle of perceptions, in ‘This Much I Know’

Two things came to mind as I sat down to write this review. The first was a line from Indiana Jones and the Last...

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

Screen Grabs: The government is no one’s friend in ‘Costa Brava, Lebanon’

Plus: Heavyweight revival action this weekend, from Poland's The Three Colors Trilogy to—yes—Flash Gordon.

Arts Forecast: EXIT Theatre is closing its doors, but it’s far from defeated

Plus: Spend your September outdoors, psychedelic circus—and many more arts and culture events for your week.

Under the Stars: 20th Street Block Party lineup drops, Jazz is Dead funks it up

Plus: New Danger Mouse and Black Thought album is the stuff of God, and Tomu DJ's 'Half Moon Bay' brings future-hymns.

Wow! That’s what I call Vanniall at the SF Porn Film Festival

Her 100 self-directed climaxes and reality show send-up will make you swoon.

Kamasi Washington’s iconic line brings the funk and spirit to The Guild Theatre

Menlo Park got into the jazz revival, as these legends showed the way.

Going medieval on queer fantasy in ‘Deal with the Dragon’

Fire-breathing co-dependency and a fetching drag Maleficent in Kevin Rolston's solo show at the Magic

In ‘Sanctuary City,’ the teetering fates of two star-crossed DREAMers

Martyna Majok’s play at Berkeley Rep offers a damning, impressionistic view of immigration policy post-9/11