Issue:  Vol. 48 / No. 8 / 22 February 2018

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Gay Comics Threeway @ Magnet Opening reception for an exhibit of queer comic art by Ed Luce, Justin Hall and Jon Macy. Friday, May 2. 8pm-10pm. Exhibit thru May 31. 4122 18th St. Also, May 3, release party for Jon Macy's Fearful Hunter, 7pm-10pm at Truck, 1900 Folsom St.

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Remember when just the mere image of a gay or lesbian couple hugging or kissing made your heart race? Kids today. They have no idea what it was like to sneak a copy of After Dark from a Waldenbooks back in the day. Fortunately, Books Inc, our fave local bookstore, this week showcases a touching memoir (see the lead feature in the BARtab section), a gay wedding book, and even a drag queen reading from saucy tomes. And, Lambda Literary Award finalists read at the Public Library. Elsewhere, sexy gay comic/graphic novel artists get an exhibit and a bar night, plus gay guys gather to draw nude hunks in a SoMa studio. With the wealth of queer stuff being shared this week, I feel almost spoiled.



Events, May 1-8

Thu 1

Berkeley Symphony @ Zellerbach Hall

The symphony performs works by Beethoven, Salonen and Saariaho, with guest mezzo-soprano Kelley O'Connor. $15-$74. 8pm. Telegraph Ave and Bancroft, UC Berkeley campus. (510) 841-2800.

Chomp! @ Conservatory of Flowers

They Came From the Swamp, a new floral exhibit of carnivorous plants includes exhibits, docent talks and a giant replica model so you can feel like a bug about to be eaten. Thru Oct. 19. Reg. hours, 10am-4pm. Free-$7. Tue-Sun 10am-4:30pm. Extended thru March 16. 100 JFK Drive, Golden Gate Park. 831-2090.

Designing Homes @ Contemporary Jewish Museum

Jews and Midcentury Modernism, an exhibit of architectural, furniture, dinnerware, photos, and interior design in post-WWII. Also, Arthur Szyk and the Art of the Haggadah, an exhibit of 48 fascinating and richly detailed illustrations of Hebrew stories by the early 20th-century artist (thru June 29). Also, To Build & Be Built: Kibbutz History (thru July 1). 2pm-5pm. Free (members)-$12. Thu-Tue 11am-5pm (Thu 1pm-8pm) 736 Mission St. 655-7800.

Des Voix; Found in Translation @ Various Theatres

Month-long festival of contemporary French playwrights and films, in partnership with Cutting Ball Theater, the French International School and the French consulate. Thru May 25.

Dracula @ Shelton Theatre

Jennifer Keller and Lauren Davidson's new adaptation of Bram Stoker's classic vampire novel. $30. Thu-Sat 8pm. Thru May 31. 533 Sutter St. at Powell. (800) 838-3006.

Du Barry Was a Lady @ Eureka Theatre

Gay comic Bruce Vilanch stars in 42nd street Moon's production of the saucy Cole Porter historical musical comedy about a nightclub washroom attendant who passes out and finds himself in 18th-century France as King Louis XV. $25-$75. Wed & Thu 7pm. Fri 8pm. Sat 6pm. Sun 3pm. Thru May 18. 215 Jackson St. 255-8207.

Eating Cultures @ SOMArts Cultural Center

Group exhibit of the Asian American Women Artists Association features 30 artists' works, including three lesbians (Kay Cuajunco, Sigi Arneho, Genevieve Erin O'Brien), who focus on food as a cultural lens. Opening reception 6pm-9pm. Special events thru the run. Thru May 30. 934 Brannan St.

Hot Draw @ Mark I. Chester Studio

Erotic fetish drawing group features men posing nude or in kinky gear and poses. Donations. 6:30-9:30pm. 1229 Folsom St. RSVP: 621-6294.

Jeremy Jordan @ Feinstein's at the Nikko

The handsome pop singer performs his solo cabaret show. $45-$60. 8pm. Also May 2, 8pm; May 3 & 4, 7pm. Hotel Nikko, 222 Mason St.

Lambda Literary Award Finalists @ SF Public Library

Bay Area authors nominated for the LGBT literary award include Jason K. Friedman, Randall Mann, Jean Ryan, Laura Antoniou, Deborah Ross, Ali Liebegott, Ronald Palmer, Joyce Thompson, Toby Bielawski, Karin Kallmaker, Jay Davidson and Daniel Rivers. 5:30pm reception, readings 6pm. Latino/Hispanic Meeting Room, lower level, 100 Larkin St. 557-4400.

New and Classic Films @ Castro Theatre

May 1: Daisies (7:30) and Times Square (9pm). May 2, SF Int. FilmFest. May 3, Pee-Wee's Big Adventure (3:45, 8:30) and It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (5:30). May 4 & 11, Disney's Frozen Sing-along (1pm). May 4, Diva & Breathless. May 7, The Holy Mountain, $11. 429 Castro St. 621-6120.

Our Vast Queer Past @ GLBT History Museum

Main exhibit room is closed for a new exhibit installation until May 15, but front area exhibits are open. Reg. hours Mon-Sat 11am-7pm (closed Tue.) Sun 12pm-5pm. 4127 18th St. 621-1107.

Pearls Over Shanghai @ The Hypnodrome

Thrillpeddlers' hilarious Cockettes revival returns, with new choreography, costumes, performers, and several of the original cast members. $30-$35. Thu-Sat 8pm. Thru May 31. 575 10th St. (800) 838-3006.

Queer Ancestors Project @ LGBT Center

An exhibition of prints by queer artists age 18 to 26, with Corey Brown, Joan Chen, Jared Clifton, Amman Desai, Paula Graciela Kahn, Amirah Mizrahi, Courtney Stock & Terry Xiao, and artistic director Katie Gilmartin. Exhibit thru May 16. 1800 Market St.

SF International Film Festival @ Bay Area Cinemas

Films from around the world are screened at various theatres. $20-$50. Thru May 8.

Sleeping Cutie @ Thick House

Doug Katsaros and Diane Sampson's musical about a narcolepic teenage girl and her jailed father's pursuit to get her married. $30-$40. Thu-Sat 8pm. Thru May 11. 1695 18th St. at Arkansas. 992-6677.

Unusual Shorts @ Oddball Films

Enjoy wacky offbeat vintage short films. Thu & Fri, each $10, 8pm. 275 Capp St. 558-8117.


Iconoclasm, Fri 2

Fri 2

ArtWear @ de Young Museum

Annual sale and showcase of handmade jewelry and wearable art in the Piazzoni Murals Room (museum members get 10% off). 9:30am-8:30pm, Also May 3, 9:30am-4:30pm. Also, Georgia O'Keeffe: Modern Nature: Georgia O'Keeffe and Lake George, a new exhibit of paintings focusing on the artist's New York landscapes. $25. Thru May 11. Also, Lines on the Horizon: Native American Art from the Weisel Family Collection, thru Jan. 4, 2015. Tue-Sun 9:30am-5:15pm. Golden Gate Park, 50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Drive.

Beach Blanket Babylon @ Club Fugazi

The musical comedy revue celebrates its 40th year with an ever-changing lineup of political and pop culture icons, all in gigantic wigs. $25-$160. Beer/wine served; cash only; 21+, except where noted. 678 Beach Blanket Babylon Blvd (Green St.). 421-4222.

Communique No. 10 @ Exit on Taylor

Cutting Ball Theatre company's production of the American premiere of French playwright Samuel Gallet's drama about tensions in the urban underclass, Muslim and French violence, revenge and riots; translated and directed by Rob Melrose. $10-$50. Thru May 25. 277 Taylor St. 525-1205.

Company C Ballet @ ODC Theater

The East Bay dance company performs works by Charles Anderson, Maurice Casey, Charles Moulton and Patrick Corbin. $25-$48. 8pm. May 1-3, 8pm. 3153 17th St. 863-6606.

First Friday Shorts @ New Parkway Theater, Oakland

Free monthly short film screenings, this time including Queer Rebels' array of LGBT films. 6pm. 474 24th St., Oakland.

Five Funny Females @ Great Star Theater

Susan Alexander hosts two nights of different five-women line-ups with numerous talented comics. $20. May 2, 8pm: Erikka Innes, Alison Kawa, Renee Gauthier, Luna Michelle, Joselyn Highes. 10pm show: Joselyn Hughes, Kat Evasco, Renee Gauthier, Glory Magana and Chantal Carrere. May 3, 8pm: Molly Sokhom, Lydia Popovich, Ruby Gill, Priya Prasad and Sandy Stec. 10pm: Chantal Carrerre, Paloma Cordova, Lilybeth Helson, Glamis Rory and Erikka Innes. BYOB (really!). 636 Jackson St. at Kearny.

Five Women Wearing the Same Dress @ College of Marin

Student production of the comic play by gay writer-director Alan Ball (Six Feet Under, American Beauty, True Blood) about five reluctant bridesmaids at a Southern wedding reception. $10-$20. 8pm. Also May 3, 9 & 10, 8pm. May 4 & 11, 2pm. Studio Theatre, 835 College Ave., Kentfield. 485-9385.

Foodies, the Musical @ Shelton Theater

Morris Bobrow's musical comedy revue of songs and sketches about food. $32-$34. Fri & Sat 8pm. Open run. 533 Sutter St. (800) 838-3006.

Donald Rizzo @ Castro Country Club

Rizzo's exhibit of colorful portraits. Thru May 31. 4058 18th St.

Gay Comics Threeway @ Magnet

Opening reception for an exhibit of queer comic art by Ed Luce, Justin Hall and Jon Macy. 8pm-10pm. Exhibit thru May 31. 4122 18th St. Also, May 3, release party for Jon Macy's Fearful Hunter, 7pm-10pm at Truck, 1900 Folsom St.

Iconiclasm @ The McLoughlin Gallery

Opening reception of a duo exhibit of provocative pop culture imagery by Arnix and Max Papeschi. 6pm-8pm. Thru May 31. Reg hours Tue-Sat 10:30am-6pm. 49 Geary St. #200. 986-4799.

Jesse Sugarmann @ Southern Exposure

We Build Excitement, the Central Valley-based artist's multimedia installation, explores the life and death of the auto industry, with video documentation of his unsanctioned Pontiac car dealerships, interviews with crash victims and more. Special Fremont event May 5. Local exhibit thru May 3. Tue-Sat 12pm-6pm. 3030 20th St.

The Letters @ Aurora Theatre, Berkeley

John W. Lowell's suspenseful two-person psychological thriller about life under the Stalin regime. $28-$32. Wed-Sat 8pm. Sun 2pm. Thru June 1. 2081 Addison St., Berkeley. (510) 843-4822.

Marcus Shelby Orchestra @ Zellerbach Hall, Berkeley

The acclaimed conductor leads his 16-piece ensemble perform a Duke Ellington swing tribute. $22-$88. 8pm. Bancroft Way at Telegraph Ave., UC Berkeley campus.

Not a Genuine Black Man @ Osher Studio, Berkeley

Brian Copeland's tenth anniversary run of his compelling autobiographical solo show gets restaged at Berkeley Repertory's studio theatre. $14-$430. Wed 7pm. Thu-Sat 8pm. Thru May 31. Osher Studio, 2055 Center St., Berkeley. (510) 647-2949.

Public Intimacy @ YBCA

SF MOMA on the Go exhibit Public Intimacy: Art and Other Ordinary Acts in South Africa, a collection of photography, with artists Kemang Wa Lehulere, Athi-Patra Ruga, Sello Pesa, and Vaughn Sadie, among others. Thru June 29. Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, 701 Mission St. 321-1307.

The Suit @ Geary Theatre

American Conservatory Theatre presents Peter Brook, Marie-Helene Estienne and Franck Krawczyk's adaptation of Can Themba, Mothobi Mutloatse and Barney Simon's play about Apartheid South Africa and a suit that becomes treated like a person; with live African and jazz music. $20-$140. (Bring donations for Dress for Success and get up to 50% off tickets. See for details). Tue-Sat 8pm. Sun 2pm & 7pm. Thru May 18. 415 Geary St. 749-2228.

Tipped & Tipsy @ The Marsh

A "Best of Fringe" show, Jill Vice's solo work portrays an array of characters from the bartending world. $15-$50. Sat 5pm, Sun 7pm. Extended thru May 17. 1062 Valencia St. 282-3055.

Tribes @ Berkeley Repertory

Nina Raines' acclaimed drama about a young deaf man who meets a woman with a non-assimilation perspective, which forces him to confront his parents, and the meaning of language. $29-$99. Tue, Thu-Sat 8pm. Wed 7pm. Sat & Sun 2pm. Sun 7pm. Thru May 18. Thrust Stage, 2025 Addison St., Berkeley. (510) 647-2949.

photo: David Allen

Waxing West @ Brava Theater Center

Vidhu Singh directs the West Coast premiere of Savian Stanescu's drama about a Romanian mail-order bride's life in Bucharest and New York. $20. Thu-Sat 8pm; Sun 3pm. Thru May 18. 2781 24th St.

Wittenberg @ Aurora Theatre, Berkeley

David Davalo's comedy debates religion versus faith; set in 1517 at the University of Wittenberg, it includes senior classmen Hamlet's comic debates with Martin Luther and philosopher John Faustus. $32-$50. Tue 7pm. Wed-Sat 8pm. Sun 2pm & 7pm. Thru May 11. 2081 Addison St., Berkeley. (510) 843-4822.

Sat 3

25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee
@ Julia Morgan Theatre, Berkeley

Berkeley Playhouse performs the Tony Award-winning musical comedy about word-obsessed kids and their families. $17-$60. Thu-Sun various times. Thru May 4. 2650 College Ave., Berkeley. (510) 845-8542.

Adult Story Time @ Books Inc.

Mutha Chucka reads raunchy adult stories at the popular Castro readery; part of California Bookstore Day celebrations.1pm. 2275 Market St. 864-6777.

A La Carte & Art @ Downtown Mountain View

The annual food, art, drink and music festival fills the streets of the suburban town. 10am-6pm. Thru May 4. Castro Street between Evelyn Ave. and Church St.

David Sokosh: American Tintypes @ Robert Tat Gallery

The fine art photography gallery presents an exhibit of Sokosh's contemporary faux-vintage imagery, created with a 19th-century Wet-Plate Collodion process. Tue-Sat 11am-5:30pm. Thru May 31. 49 Geary St., #410. 781-1122.

Erin Crociani @ Glama-Rama Salon, Oakland

Exhibit of paintings that blend Alice in Wonderland with Victorian pin-up girls. Thru June 5. 6399 Telegraph Ave., Oakland. (510) 655-4526.

Feisty Old Jew @ The Marsh

Charlie Veron's new solo show about a fictional elder man who hitches a ride with surfer-hipsters, and rants about what he hates about the 21st century. $25-$100. Sat & Sun 5pm. Extended thru July 13. 1062 Valencia St. 282-3055.

Ho'Ike 2014 @ Hamilton Ampitheater Park, Novato

Narrative hula performance about a girl in the Kanaka Maoli clan. (Little shade, so bring hats, water, etc). $10. 1pm. Hamilton Parkway, Novato.

Intimate Impressionism @ Legion of Honor

The exhibition includes nearly 70 paintings from the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., featuring the work of 19th-century avant-garde painters such as Claude Monet, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, and Vincent van Gogh. Also, the Salon Dore, a reconstructed room from the Hotel de La Tremoille, has re-opened. Free/$25. Thru Aug. 3. Lincoln Park, 100 34th Ave. 750-3600.

Karen Hirst @ Martuni's

The local vocalist's cabaret show "The Lusty Month of May" includes accompanists Roberta Drake and Tom Shaw. $10. 7pm. 4 Valencia St. at Market.

Keith Hollander @ 554 Castro

Inspiring Faces, a Graphic Abstraction, the local artist's series of celebrity pop art portraits; live painting events May 9, 5pm-9pm. Thru June 1. 554 Castro St.

Mutt: Let's All Talk About Race! @ La Val's Subterranean, Berkeley

Impact Theatre company premieres Christopher Chen's satirical play about desperate racist GOP power brokers who select a token presidential candidate who's half Asian. $10-$25. Thu-Sat 8pm. Sun 7pm. 1834 Euclid Ave., Berkeley.

Paper and Blade @ Galeria de la Raza

Exhibit of works on paper by Mayumi Hamanaka, Adrienne Heloise, Ian Kuali and Kai Margarida-Ramirez. Wed-Sat 12pm-6pm. Thru May 31. 2857 24th St. 826-8009.

SuperAwesome: Art and Giant Robot @ Oakland Museum

Exhibit of eclectic comic and unusual graphics from contributors to the creative zine Giant Robot, which expanded to websites and retail shops. Multiple engaging hands-on activities thru the run. Also, Judy Chicago: A Butterfly for Oakland, a collection of slides and films of her 1974 Lake Merritt pyrotechnical installation; part of a nationwide group of exhibits celebrating the pioneering feminist artist's 75th birthday; thru Nov. 30. Also, Vinyl: The Sound and Culture of Records , about the culture of collecting records, local indie labels; includes sound exhibits, talks, and colorful catalogs. Both thru July 27. Also, Inspiration Points: Masterpieces of California (thru July 13), A Cinematic Study of Fog in San Francisco (thru June 29) and other exhibits. Free/$15. Reg. hours Wed-Sat 11am-5pm (Fri til 9pm). 1000 Oak St., Oakland. (510) 318-8400.

Woods to Wildflowers @ SF Botanical Gardens

See blooming floral displays, trees and exhibits. Also, daily walking tours and more, at outdoor exhibits of hundreds of species of native wildflowers in a century-old grove of towering Coast Redwoods. Thru May 15. Free-$15. Daily. Golden Gate Park. 6612-1316.

Wrong's What I Do Best @ SF Art Institute

Group exhibition of works that push the boundaries of social, political and personal fault lines. Tue 11am-7pm. Wed-Sat 11am-6pm. Thru July 26. Walter and McBean Galleries, 800 Chestnut St.

Young Frankenstein @ Lucie Stern Theater, Palo Alto

Palo Alto Players' production of the monstrously good musical based on the Mel Brooks film. $26-$48. Thu-Sat 8pm. Sun 2:30pm. Thru May 11. 1305 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto. (650) 329-0891.



How Weird Street Faire

Sun 4

Cabaret Showcase Showdown @ Martuni's

Season five of the local singing competition revs up with the Cabaret category of Best Pop singer. Sing two songs, bring sheet music, no "click tracks;" with special guest judge Alpha Mulugeta (aka Honey Mahogany). Katya Smirnoff-Skyy and accompanist Joe Wicht cohost. $7. 7pm. 4 Valencia St. at Market. 241-0205.

How Weird Street Faire @ Howard & 2nd

Blast off to outer space at the annual alt/culture freakfest, this year with an alien cosmos theme. Space drag "high"ly encouraged. Multiple stages for DJed and live music, including a Star Wars cantina band (really!), plus drinks, food, art and festivities. $10. 12pm-8pm.

Mark Foehringer Dance Project @ Kunst-Stoff Arts

The local dance company's open house in their new home includes performance excerpts, discussions and intro with the staff and performers. 3:30-6pm. One Grove St. at Market.

Michael Nesmith @ Great American Music Hall

The former member of The Monkees, producer of the cult hit Repo Man, and other projects (like starting MTV), performs (non-Monkees) music with his folk-rock band. $50-$75. 8pm. 859 O'Farrell St. 885-0750.

New Exhibits @ Museum of Craft and Design

Dogpatch warehouse is now a museum store, gallery and program space. Exhibits include Stoney Lamar sculptures (thru Mar. 23). Mon-Fri 9:30am-5:30pm. 2569 Third St. 773-0303.

Science Exhibits @ The Exploratorium

Visit the fascinating science museum in its new Embarcadero location. Free-$25. Pier 15 at Embarcadero. Tue-Sun 10am-5pm (Thu night 6pm-10pm, 18+). 528-4893.

The World of Mary Blair @ Walt Disney Museum

Magic, Color, Flair, an exhibit of original art work from the innovative production design artist for Disney's Peter Pan, Cinderella, Alice in Wonderland and other films, and the iconic attractions at Walt Disney World like the "It's a Small World" ride; thru Sept. 7. Also, Leading Ladies and Femme Fatales: The Art of Marc Davis, including original drawings of Cruella DeVille, Tinkerbell and other iconic characters; thru Nov. 4. 104 Montgomery St.


Xavier Castellanos's art

Mon 5

10 Percent @ ComCast 104

David Perry's weekly talk show features local and visiting LGBT people. This week, psychotherapist Adam Blum, and John Dennis of the SF Department of Public Works discusses the Castro Streetscapes project. Mon-Fri 11:30am & 10:30pm. Sat & Sun 10:30pm.

Chicks with Shticks @ SF Public Library

The Kinsey Sicks and 20 Years of Dragapella Activism, a new exhibit about the musical ensemble; thru July 10. Also, Pretty in Ink: North American Women Cartoonists 1896-2013, 4th floor. Thru June 5. Also, You Don't Say! Wordless Cartoons from the Schmulowitz Collection of Wit & Humor, an exhibit of witty visual comics like Little Lulu, from the 19th to 21st century. Thru May 31. Also, The Black Woman is God, Karen Seneferu's exhibit focusing on the art of Tarika Lewis, Karen Seneferu, Malik Seneferu, Sydney "Sage" Cain and Ajuan Mance, whose work explores the divinity of Blackness. Thru May 15. African American Center. 100 Larkin St.

Xavier Castellanos @ Etcetera

Exhibit of the local artist's colorful landscapes; thru May 19. 795 Valencia St.




Thea Dodds & Kathryn Hamm's
The New Art of Capturing Love

Tue 6

It's Everything @ KOFY-TV

Local nightlife host and singer BeBe Sweetbriar's new streaming web talk show welcomes local celebrities. 7pm. Audience welcome at KOFY-TV, 2500 Marin St.

Meditation Group @ LGBT Center

New weekly non-sectarian meditation group; part of the Let's Kick ASS AIDS Survivor Syndrome support group. Tuesdays, 5pm, 1800 Market St.

Rex Ray @ Gallery 16

Exhibit of strikingly colorful works by the prolific local gay painter and designer. Tue-Fri 10am-5pm. Sat 11am-5pm. Thru May 9. 501 3rd St. 626-7495.

Thea Dodds, Kathryn Hamm @ Books Inc.

President of and founder of Authentic Eye Photography discuss and sign copies of their photo book, The New Art of Capturing Love: The Essential Guide to Lesbian and Gay Wedding Photography. 7:30pm. 2275 Market St. 864-6777.


Sony Holland

Wed 7

Sony Holland @ Level III

The acclaimed jazz vocalist performs with guitarist Jerry Holland. Weekly 5pm-8pm. Also Thursdays & Fridays. JW Marriott, 515 Mason St. at Post.

Various Exhibits @ California Academy of Sciences

New exhibits and planetarium shows with various live, interactive and installed exhibits about animals, plants and the earth. Special events each week, with adult nightlife parties most Thursday nights. $20-$30. Mon-Sat 9:30am-5pm. Sun 11am-5pm. 55 Music Concourse Drive, Golden Gate Park. 379-8000.

Yoga: The Art of Transformation @ Asian Art Museum

New exhibit of visual art representing the 2,500-year-old health practice. Other ongoing exhibits as well. Free (members)-$12. Tue-Sun 10am-5pm. 200 Larkin St. 581-3500.



Wesla Whitfield

Thu 8

Geoff Hoyle @ The Marsh, Berkeley

The veteran comic actor returns with his solo show, Geezer, a nostalgic meditation on his lengthy career and life. $25-$50. Thu 8pm. Sat. 5pm. Extended thru May 24. 2120 Allston Way, Berkeley. 282-3055.

Magic Parlor @ Chancellor Hotel

Whimsical Belle Epoque-style sketch and magic show that also includes historical San Francisco stories; hosted by Walt Anthony; optional pre-show light dinner and desserts. $40. Thu-Sat 8pm. 433 Powell St.

Mark Abramson @ Books Inc.

The prolific local author of the "Beach Reading" series reads from and discusses his new memoir, For My Brothers. See feature excerpt in BARtab section. 7:30pm. 2275 Market St. 864-6777.

Wesla Whitfield @ Feinstein's at the Nikko

The veteran cabaret singer, beloved for her jazz interpretations, is accompanied by her husband Mike Greensill. $30-$45. 8pm. Also May 9, 8pm. Hotel Nikko, 222 Mason St. (866) 663-1063.


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