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Tagged with: Z Space

All aboard ‘Schick Machine’ for a poetic percussive journey

Contemporary music champion Steven Schick performs as a mad-genius instrument inventor making sense of a disquieting world.

A dreamlike tale of anxious immigrant experiences in ‘Citizen’

Word for Word stages Greg Sarris' story of a young Mexican-Native American man grappling with a unique identity

Marga Gomez wants you to laugh your dinghy off at ‘Swimming with Lesbians’

Comedian's cruise-themed farce navigates starry hookups, loaded buffets, and 'female ejaculation at a Macarena party.'

Utopia, please: Sean Dorsey Dance’s ‘The Lost Art of Dreaming’ returns to refresh spirits

A year after its premiere in SF, the 'full-throttle' show returns after spreading liberating queer reverie throughout the country

World’s longest poem gets a speedy, sassy retelling in ‘Mahābhārata’

At Z Space, J Jha shines as production's sole interpreter of boundless Indian mythology.

Just like a real family get-together, ‘Josephine’s Feast’ is both cringe and sweet

All-Black cast at Magic Theatre navigates generation gaps and gender roles around the table in Star Finch's latest

Arts Forecast: Raise your tankards high for Drunk Theatre

Plus: Bay Area Gallery Weekend, SF Drag King Contest, Wolf Eyes, seaweed foraging, Wata Igarashi, more to do

South African Apartheid’s sunset is tricky territory in ‘The Road to Mecca’

An insightful production and spot-on cast at Z Below, but playwright Athol Fugard crosses the line of sympathy. All photos by Kevin Berne

From ‘lunch lady’ to hot rapper: LBXX storms Fresh Meat queer-trans arts fest

'I lean into being a queer artist and share stories of boys and heartbreak,' says the hip-hop performer and educator

Best of the Bay Editors’ Pick: Stage Werx

A mighty little venue that embodies the spirit of independent theater in the Bay Area