Help Desk | Feb 04, 2014
In which our columnist relays valuable advice about approaching galleries and museums regarding performance opportunities. By Bean Gilsdorf
Theater Review | Feb 01, 2014
Mikhail Baryshnikov is back at Berkeley Rep in a confused retelling of two Anton Chekhov stories. By Sam Hurwitt
Theater Review | Jan 27, 2014
Live on stage, the daughter of one of the Mitchell Brothers recounts a childhood amid the porn biz. By Sam Hurwitt
Theater Review | Jan 25, 2014
A female astronomer struggles for recognition before women have even won the right to vote. By Sam Hurwitt
Event | Jan 20, 2014
Starting January 23, SF Sketchfest orchestrates a full-scale comedy invasion of San Francisco, with more than 200 shows in over 20 venues around the city. By Sam Hurwitt
Performance | Jan 02, 2014
We asked Forum's producers to each pick their favorite arts shows from 2013. Producer Judy Campbell chose the interview with Alonzo King on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of his LINES Ballet. By KQED Forum
Theater Review | Dec 24, 2013
Victoriana meets gross-out humor in Shotgun Players' theatrical extravaganza. By Sam Hurwitt
Performance | Dec 20, 2013
Dance Kaiso brings Afro-Caribbean dance to a new generation. By Stephanie Martin
Performance | Dec 18, 2013
Operating out of a San Pablo strip mall, Los Cenzontles is a "factory of culture," teaching kids traditional Mexican music and dance. By Cyrus Musiker
Performance | Dec 17, 2013
Ten of the Bay Area's best plays and performances of 2013, and a couple to look forward to at the start of 2014. By Sam Hurwitt
Performing Arts : NPR
Cunningham was always looking for new ways to move — that's why he used "chance operations" (rolling dice or tossing coins) to put a piece together.
The musical was inspired by Asad Abdullahi, who, as a child, embarked on a perilous journey through Africa. "It's sort of a Greek epic in its proportions," says director Mark Dornford-May.
Composer Andrew Lloyd Webber hit a milestone this past week. He's the first since Rodgers and Hammerstein to have four musicals running simultaneously on Broadway.
NPR's Scott Simon talks to David Marcus, a senior contributor to The Federalist and the artistic director of a theater company in New York City, about defunding the National Endowment for the Arts.