The lobby of Davies Symphony Hall felt more like a big, glamorous bar last week as the San Francisco Symphony announced the 2020-21 Season, its first with Music Director Designate Esa-Pekka Salonen on the podium.
Some of the most compelling performances in Bay Area Musicals' crowd-pleasing production of "The Full Monty" go unseen.
Longtime dinner theatre-circus-extravaganza Teatro ZinZanni is coming back to San Francisco!
Plays and paintings, poems and performances await in the arts.
"Levi Strauss: A History of American Style," a new exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum, has a promising backstory.
Two misfortunes, one likely unforeseen, attend the publication of Peter Kispert's new short story collection "I Know You Know Who I Am" (Penguin).
Japanese manga artist Gengoroh Tagame is well-known for his intricate drawings of men tied up in various forms of Japanese-style bondage and rope play.
It's a good thing that Theatre Rhinoceros has been presenting its recent readings and productions in the cozy ad-hoc confines of the Spark Arts gallery on 18th Street.
The shadow of the Mormon church looms large in "Church & State," a new documentary by Holly Tuckett and Kendall Wilcox.
"An Apartment on Uranus: Chronicles of the Crossing," by Paul B. Preciado, was translated by Charlotte Mandell.
"I Am Not Okay with This" is just what we need in this dystopian hellscape Trump has created for us.
Viewers meet the elegant Robert Klein (Alain Delon), an impeccably attired art-and-antiques dealer living in a beautifully decorated home in a tony area of Paris.
In the opening frames of the fabulous rock-history memory piece "Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and The Band," the one-time pretty boy and still quite handsome bandleader Robbie Robertson ruefully reflects on a human tragedy.