Leslie Katz

Relive the memory at ‘Cats’ revival

People love their cats. It’s the only explanation for the success of…

‘Kimono Refashioned’ reveals Japan’s effect on global design

Offering yet another example of how it’s fun to look at fashion…

Togetherness is everything for Tuck & Patti

After four decades, eclectic Bay Area guitar-and-vocal duo Tuck & Patti have…

Artist-friendly label Little Village showcases real roots music

Bay Area alt-country songwriter Maurice Tani wryly understates the man who started…

SF’s Chinese community ushers in Year of the Pig

William Gee, bleachers coordinator and longtime volunteer for San Francisco’s more than…

‘King of the Yees’ a wild ride through SF’s Chinatown

Playwright Lauren Yee has called her autobiographical show “King of the Yees,”…

Brutalism inspires Kristin Damrow’s choreography

Bay Area choreographer Kristin Damrow has set her new evening-length premiere “Impact”…

Tasty tapas in secret Pawn Shop on Mission

Entry into The Pawn Shop at Mission and Sixth streets in The…

‘Dragon’ a solo fantasy show with parenting tales

In a theater world filled with perhaps too many stories about dysfunctional…

SF Ballet opens 86th season with dazzling duets

San Francisco Ballet gave its 2019 opening gala performance an appropriate title:…

Winter 2019 Arts Preview: Classical

Chamber, symphony and choral music fills concert halls throughout region. Here are…

Winter 2019 Arts Preview: Dance

The thriving Bay Area dance community -- and guests -- offer up…

Winter 2019 Arts Preview: Theater

The theater season serves up major tours, revivals, musicals, comedy and drama…

RAWdance roars into the future

San Francisco contemporary troupe RAWdance is happily marking a momentous anniversary with…

Robert Greenberg, Alexander String Quartet cleverly bring classics to the 21st century

Things have changed since the last time Oakland musicologist-composer Robert Greenberg presented…

2018: The best in arts

In chronological order, these were the year’s most notable moments in the…

At long last, Carol Leifer returns to Kung Pao Kosher Comedy

Southern California comedian Carol Leifer couldn’t more thrilled about returning to San…

SF Ballet’s 2018 ‘Nutcracker’ underway with good cheer

In Wednesday’s opening of San Francisco Ballet’s 74th year of “Nutcracker” --…

Calming holiday journey in ‘A Noh Christmas Carol’

In Theatre of Yugen’s entrancing and enchanting “A Noh Christmas Carol,” it’s…

‘Evan Hansen’ boldly takes on digital age disconnection

The turn-off-your-cellphone announcement at the beginning of the national tour of “Dear…