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Tagged with: Transgender

Partying at the altar of Anh Phoong: Packed crowd hails billboard queen at the Stud

Newly reopened queer bar's Whatever party welcomed attorney icon with mimes, caviar, and AI anthems.

US Artists Fellowship brings trans choreographer Sean Dorsey ‘ability to provide for my future’

$50K award comes at a time when the groundbreaking dancemaker is expanding his own voice.

‘Fairy godmother of trans country artists’ Shawna Virago rounds up vivid new tales

On 'Blood in her Dreams,' the local punky-tonk legend tells the stories of outsiders in today's beige-tinted SF.

Rosebud art gallery blossoms, helping re-queer the TL and Polk Gulch

'Every time the press declares a 'doom loop,' it falls on queers and artists to think outside the box,' say co-founders.

Necromancy at SoEx: ‘Moving Clouds’ summons the once-thought-dead

Curator Cathy Lu on show's "ancestor callers," whose works range from crematorium to live events in Gaza.

‘Advocate Educator’s Handbook’ a frontline guide to protecting trans, non-binary kids

Rest in power, Nex Benedict. New book empowers adults so young people can thrive.

Artists alter, deface their own work at YBCA to protest Gaza silence and decry censorship

'Love Letter to Gaza' action calls out institution for not speaking up and allegedly muzzling artists.

In a globalized art world, why does SF need its own fairs? The answer lies in FOG

Smaller galleries like Jonathan Carver Moore, Schlomer Haus, CULT Aimee Friberg welcomed far-flung visitors to local excellence

Screen Grabs: Terrific, complex ‘Teachers’ Lounge’ raises prickly moral questions

Plus: Unique 'Mami Wata' aims for Kurosawa-meets-Lynch, South Korean 'Concrete Utopia' offers grim action-satire.

The best (and the rest) on local stages in 2023

A wealth of productions highlighted the vitality of Bay Area theater in a year of protest and continued pandemic.