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Theatre's annual celebration of female artists and theater-makers. Sophie Kadow, Kathy Jo Lafreniere, Michelle Talgarow) to playwrights (Kerry Reid, Lee Kiszonas, Margery Fairchild) to music-makers (Beth Wilmurt, Shannon Day, Carrie Baum Love), to
You can catch up on the discussion on blogs such as Works by Women San Francisco and the Counting Actors Project ...There are just two full plays: Melissa Fall's black comedy You're Going to Bleed and The Helen Project , Megan Cohen and Amy Clare
Saturday afternoon's walk up Taylor Street, from Market to the Exit Theatre, where we saw the Cutting Ball Theater production of "Tenderloin," was quite different from the walk down Taylor Street on the way back. That's the effect of the play, a "
May 2012 Kathy and Leroy Looper (Rebecca Frank and David Sinaiko), owners of the Cadillac Hotel and Tenderloin community activists, describe the Tenderloin as a containment zone. Photo: Rob Melrose, courtesy Cutting Ball Theater In an innovative
If this six-member woman's a cappella group can't lift you out of the doldrums, you have some serious doldrums. Emerging out of Washington, D.C., not quite 40 years ago, Sweet Honey has forged a stellar career with rich harmonies that capture
Stagewerx and SF Olympians Festival go big It's been a turbulent year for independent theatre and its venues...Boxcar Theatre 's addition of a new studio space on Hyde Street...Pianofight 's acquisition of the old Original Joe's in order to create a
Fringe Festivals are hosted all over the world and present short theater or staged art pieces with an open-genre emphasis, low ticket price and many one-hour or less performances. The San Francisco festival keeps to its fringe tradition with special
Sean Owens plays the title character in Cora Values' Christmas Corral at the Exit Theatre. If there is any place in the world a celebrated comic playwright can collide with some lipstick and Charles Dickens, it is San Francisco.
The votes are in and the best San Francisco Fringe Festival shows have been selected in various categories ranging from drama and comedy to best newcomer (Ally Johnson, "The Self Rose") and best performance art (Julia Steele Allen's "Little Tainted
Unfortunately for me, I'll be unable to attend a whole plethora of sure-to-be-intriguing shows this weekend such as Right Brain Performancelab 's "The Elephant in the Room," The 11th Hour Ensemble 's "Alice," and The Offcenter 's Waiting for Godot."