Category: Performing Arts

SF International Arts fest again takes on social issues

Since 2003, the San Francisco International Arts Festival has presented artists from across the world with innovative projects dedicated to…

3 days ago

Free Yerba Buena Gardens fest kicks off with mariachi

It’s time for the 2018 Yerba Buena Gardens Festival, and that means free outdoor entertainment in The City from spring…

3 weeks ago

Nocturnists share powerful stories of love

Bay Area doctors told touching stories about love on Tuesday at Brava theater in The City in a live version…

3 months ago

‘Star Trek’ parody provides comic relief

On opening night of the Drag Kings’ wacky and wonderful parody of “Turnabout Intruder” — the final episode of the…

3 months ago

Best of all possible worlds in SF Symphony’s ‘Candide’

Someone in the audience at Thursday night’s San Francisco Symphony performance of “Candide” could probably tell you how many times…

4 months ago

96th SF Opera season charts journey through emotions

San Francisco Opera will present a chronological, comprehensive selection of nine operas — from Handel’s rarely performed Baroque classic “Orlando”…

4 months ago

Love and talent conquer all in SF Opera’s ‘Manon’

San Francisco Opera brought back Massenet’s opera "Manon" after a 19-year absence Saturday evening in Vincent Boussard’s new production, which…

7 months ago

Sundays-in-the-park band leader Michael Wirgler retires

Maestro Michael Wirgler’s fondest memories of making music in Golden Gate Park for decades have been of families listening to…

8 months ago