Looking to learn something new? The Bay Area is rich with museums and places to explore. Here are the listings from our latest issue.
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In the mood for a ballet? How about a bit of comedy? Here are the listings from our latest issue, highlighting Marin and the rest of the Bay Area too.
In the mood for a ballet? How about a bit of comedy? Below, find the listings from our latest issue.
Conductor Christian Reif talks about his first (planned) program for the S.F. Symphony.
2018 marks 30 years that this group of extreme and sparkly athletes has entertained San Franciscans.
Bradley Henderson talks circus life, expression and hoop diving.
1. Hospice Ball This evening of fine dining and dancing doubles as a chance to support Hospice by the Bay’s mission to improve quality of life for the seriously ill. November 3. hospicebythebay.org 2. Headlands closes the season with…
Hand-picked events and happenings you won't want to miss.
The Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival has lots to offer this summer, from Tragic Macbeth to Far Out 60’s Classics
Road trip to Tahoe this summer for a range of exciting and interactive performances at the Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival.
1. For three days of all things handmade, head to the American Craft Show, featuring works from more than 250 makers, jewelers, designers and more. August 3–5, Fort Mason (San Francisco). craftcouncil.org 2. The Throckmorton Youth Performers present Hairspray the…
Bay Area Musical's "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" is at San Francisco's Victoria Theatre July 7 – August 5.
Party like a true personne française on Bastille Day 2018 right here in the Bay Area by attending one of our recommended events.
1. In Straight White Men, a man and his three adult sons have a dialogue about role, value and identity. Through July 8, Marin Theatre Company (Mill Valley). marintheatre.org 2. Children ages 11–14 are invited to the Summer Photography Camp…
Each year the Mountain Play presents Broadway musicals featuring professional actors and a live orchestra. Come see Mamma Mia!, this year, ultimate ABBA laden, feel-good musical.
Johaan Hill (Red Cup) is the bass player for the gypsy rock band Diego’s Umbrella.