Performance Review | Oct 03, 2013
The latest from the Joe Goode Performance Group is full of dynamic tension and marks yet another evolutionary turn for this amazing local dance company. By Mark Taylor
Theater Review | Sep 18, 2013
Sam Shepard's Pulitzer Prize-winning play comes home to the Magic. By Sam Hurwitt
Theater Review | Sep 14, 2013
Everybody's favorite giant Japanese monster plays live on one of SF's tiniest stages. By Sam Hurwitt
Performance | Sep 12, 2013
Seven South Bay art and music events that should not be missed. By Becca King Reed
Festival Report | Sep 11, 2013
You never know what to expect at the SF Fringe Festival. No one does, not even the organizers. By Sam Hurwitt
Performance | Sep 11, 2013
A list of art events that are fun for kids and palatable (or even enjoyable) for adults. By Kristin Farr
Performance | Sep 10, 2013
The season of Netflix binge-watching has come to a close, instead of Google-stalking your favorite author, comedian or artist, why not go see him or her in person? Nine noteworthy reasons to power down your Internets and see the real thing. By Michele Carlson
Performance | Sep 06, 2013
The Do List's Cy Musiker and David Wiegand share their personal lists of must-see events for the fall 2013 season. By Cy Musiker & David Wiegand
Performance | Sep 03, 2013
Ten Bay Area theatrical events that stand out from an already amazing fall season. By Sam Hurwitt
Performance | Sep 02, 2013
No top ten can encompass all of the Bay Area's dance richness, but the following list attempts to capture the local dance scene in all its diverse glory. By Rachel Howard
In a community theater production in 1973, Harris went into another zone. The Oscar-nominated actor says he totally embodied his character, and he's been chasing that high ever since.
Ed Walker fell in love with radio as a kid in the 1930s. Today, as the host of WAMU 88.5's beloved Sunday night show, he introduces a new generation to classic programs from the golden age of radio.
The actress is playing Mother Courage onstage in Washington, D.C. NPR's Jacki Lyden speaks with her about her singing debut, as well as her long and illustrious career.
Actor Joe Morton is probably best-known these days as one of TV's toughest dads, playing Rowan Pope on Scandal. Morton talks about the show's return, plus his 40-year career in film, TV and theater.
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