Jeremy Jordan, the multi-talented singer-actor who's shared the screen and stage with newsboys, superheroes and bank robbers, will sing and talk with accompanist and erudite interviewer Seth Rudetsky on March 18 at the Herbst Theatre.
Lucie Arnaz, who returns to Feinstein's at the Nikko on February 23 and 24, was destined for show business.
The incomparable Mary Wilson, a founding member of Diana Ross and The Supremes, makes her debut at Feinstein's at the Nikko on February 16. The chanteuse will be singing familiar Supremes classics and tunes from the Great American Songbook.
"If I was 6' 3" and muscular, I'd have to make peace with playing romantic leads," wisecracks toothy-grinned, Cyranosed actor/singer Will Roland. "We are all stuck within our types a little bit."
On January 31, her 97th birthday, Carol Channing will be celebrated at the Oasis when Nicky as Carol Channing takes to the stage.
Countertenor William Sauerland will helm a jolly holiday of his own at Feinstein's at the Nikko on Thursday, October 19.
Eli Conley, an East Bay-based singer, songwriter and musician, is thrilled to be singin' and struttin' atÂ El Rio for a rompin' stompin' night of Queer Country. It'll be a night of down home singin' and dancin'; everything you'd expect over at the Grand O
Shortly after having moved to San Francisco in the early 1980s, I was introduced to the concept of gay stand-up comedy (as it was called then).
With equal parts wit and wild sexiness, "Baloney," the all-male dance burlesque show, returns to Oasis for a pair of encore performances this weekend, with some new material.
Fans of will get a special treat next week when the actress known for dozens of film and TV roles shares a special San Francisco edition of her one-woman show "Lift Up Your Skirt" at Feinstein's at the Nikko.
In the 1970s Castro at Christmas was real, like gays and Hollywood make things real.
Bebe Sweetbriar on local events of note.