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Arts Events April 25-May 2, 2019

Arts Events April 25-May 2, 2019

By Events Editor

Plan it, dammit! Make your reservations now for hit plays, musicals, art exhibits and even some events that don't need any advance planning.

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By Roberto Friedman | April 23, 2019

It was another exciting week of culture-hopping over in Out There-land! Let us walk you through it.

By Events Editor | April 17, 2019

Film festivals, art exhibits and stunningly staged plays and musicals; choose from the expanding cultural menu.

By Sura Wood | April 16, 2019

There couldn't be a better moment than this for "Queer California: Untold Stories," an original exhibition at OMCA that wears its inclusive spirit proudly on its sleeve as it brings facets of LGBTQ+ cultural, artistic and political history to light.

By Philip Campbell | April 9, 2019

Philharmonia Baroque and the San Francisco Symphony are drawing crowds to Herbst Theatre and Davies Symphony Hall to cheer musical players in damp and drizzly April.

By Roberto Friedman | April 2, 2019

We are pleased as punch to bring you the 2019 Besties Award winners in nine Arts & Culture categories. Along with sampling some press appreciations of the winners, we also list the second-place and third-place winners and runners-up. Congratulations, all!

By David Lamble | April 2, 2019

"The Brink" is Alison Klayman's scary but insidiously entertaining portrait of former Trump campaign architect Steve Bannon.

By Brian Bromberger | April 2, 2019

The new DVD "Antonio Lopez 1970 Sex Fashion and Disco," just released by Film Movement, is a warm, sensual time capsule about the early 70s through the eyes of Antonio Lopez.

By Roberto Friedman | March 29, 2019

Springtime is in the air, and for Out There that means big-time film festivals are on the horizon.

By Events Editor | March 13, 2019

Books, films, musicals, art exhibits. Choose wisely, or recklessly. Either way, you'll enjoy yourself.

By Roberto Friedman | March 12, 2019

Last Friday night Out There attended the opening-night party for the final exhibition at Jules Maeght Gallery, a blue-chip art gallery that has made its home at 149 Gough St. in San Francisco for five years.

By Peter Garland | March 12, 2019

Oscar Wilde is generally thought of as a proponent of gay rights, which has led to the equality we see today, but even more important may have been his role as an environmentalist.

By Jim Gladstone | March 12, 2019

In mixing up an effervescent hybrid of theater, nightclub, and costume party, The Speakeasy's production delivers more than the sum of its parts.

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