Leslie Katz

Reimagine asks people to celebrate life while exploring death

One of the seeds of Reimagine End of Life -- a seven-day…

Neumeier’s ‘Nijinsky’ brings ballet star’s life to light

Hard-core ballet fans will revel in the impeccable detail of “Nijinsky,” choreographer…

42nd Street Moon stages Sondheim’s ‘Saturday Night’

Stephen Sondheim completists will get a kick out of 42nd Street Moon’s…

Anthony Ray Hinton tells story of 30 years on Death Row

Anthony Ray Hinton, 60, who was exonerated in 2015 after spending three…

Emotion swells at SF Gay Men’s Chorus concert

The San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus celebrated its 40th anniversary with a…

‘Crystal’ serves up stunts on skates

As with any Cirque du Soleil production, “Crystal” offers breathtaking feats in…

Recent dances highlight SF Ballet 2019 season

San Francisco Ballet has announced its 2019 season, a showcase of new…

Drama, beauty in SF Ballet’s Robbins’ showcase

In celebrating the centennial of choreographer Jerome Robbins’ birth, San Francisco Ballet…

SF Gay Men’s Chorus builds bridges in 40th anniversary concert

The San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus is singing a particularly challenging 2016…

‘Loving Janis’ pays tribute to music greats Ian, Joplin

Bay Area jazz and blues vocalist and teacher Kyra Gordon is focusing…

Cirque du Soleil hits the ice with ‘Crystal’

Acrobat Isis Clegg-Vinell says it didn’t take her too long to adapt…

61st SF International Film Fest: diverse, female-centric

Presenters of the 2018 San Francisco Film Festival have announced its full…

61st SFIFF to host Charlize Theron, Boots Riley

The 61st San Francisco International Film Festival, slated for April 4-17 in…

Company Wayne McGregor innovates in ‘Autobiography’

Program notes to brainy British dancemaker Wayne McGregor’s “Autobiography” call the 2017…

SOULSKIN Dance takes on tech in ‘To Command’

Choreographer Adrianna Thompson, founder of the Bay Area troupe SOULSKIN Dance, is…

Nocturnists share powerful stories of love

Bay Area doctors told touching stories about love on Tuesday at Brava…

John Oates feelin’ bluesy on ‘Arkansas’

John Oates likes to sing the blues. The rock star known for…

‘Megabytes! The Musical’ magnetically takes on tech

There’s a charm about “Megabytes! The Musical,” a low-tech revue about the…

SF IndieFest going strong at 20

The San Francisco Independent Film Festival is celebrating its 20th anniversary. Opening…

Jill Vice shows versatility in ‘Fatal Step’

“A Fatal Step,” which Jill Vice calls “the outrageous one-woman noir,” plays…