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Dede Wilsey to leave Fine Arts Museums presidency

Board member Jason Moment expected to take post in wake of long controversy

MTT cancels summer duties to undergo medical treatment

SF Sympony music director slated for cardiac procedure in Cleveland

Matt Doyle makes a homecoming cabaret debut

B’way star pulls out Huey Lewis tunes from ‘Heart of Rock & Roll’

Carole King is king in ‘Beautiful’ on tour

Delightful musical tells story behind 1960s hits

Satirical ‘Shaky Ground’ premieres at Roxie

Broke-Ass Stuart and friends launch web series lampooning The City

Good Day May 15-16, 2019

Sammy Hagar’s Acoustic-4-A-Cure Benefit, Florence + The Machine, Harpdog Brown, Bea Miller, Carrie Underwood, Marcus Thompson, Laura Anton, General Magic, Mamma Mia!, Theatre of Yugen’s Resonance III, New Strands Festival, Mickey Mouse-From Walt to the World

Movies and more in Max 2019: A Space Festival

Art, science merge in entertaining, educational programs

‘Wild Impossibility’ a tale of mothers and memory

Cheryl Ossola launches debut novel in The City

‘We Have Iré’ shines light on local Afro-Cuban artists

Performers share stories of success in playwright Paul S. Flores’ multi-media premiere

Rain, romance don’t gel in ‘110 in the Shade’

Ugly duckling story hard to buy in 42nd Street Moon show

Yes, there are tickets to see ‘Hamilton’

Show extended through Jan. 5 at the Orpheum

Yerba Buena Gardens fest kicks off with salsa

More than 100 outdoor shows in free summer series

‘Down Here Below’ a vivid look at lives of the homeless

Ubuntu Theater’s premiere is set in an Oakland encampment

Free Bay Area Dance Week kicks off in Yerba Buena Gardens

Hundreds of classes, shows across the Bay from April 26 through May 5

Yuan Yuan Tan stunning in San Francisco Ballet’s ‘Little Mermaid’

Dancer shines in John Neumeier’s dark, lavish take on fairy tale

‘Lest We Forget’ shines light on Holocaust survivors

Civic Center photo display urges viewers to fight hatred, bigotry

Musical ‘Chocolate Factory’ missing Roald Dahl’s spirit

Shrill stage adaptation lacks joy of classic kids’ book

‘Beach Blanket Babylon’ to end 45-year run

Wacky, hat-filled musical revue closing Dec. 31

‘5 Soldiers’ a riveting, urgent look at life in the military

Rosie Kay Dance Company performers are amazingly authentic

Rosie Kay Dance’s intense ‘5 Soldiers’ gets U.S. premiere

Scottish choreographer Rosie Kay has been on more than a decade-long journey…