A duet for women earns praise at Aurora Theatre
Two women battle it out at Aurora Theatre’s intimate Harry’s UpStage, in Sarah...
Touchdown at SF Playhouse
“The reason you got hurt,” the physical therapist tells his young football-player client, in Andrew Hinderaker’s...
At the beginning of the performance the choreographer Trajal Harrell announces that what will be presented is not The Ghost of Montpellier Meets...
The incredible lightness of ballet
San Francisco Ballet opened its Program 5 on Wednesday with two repertory pieces: Jerome Robbins’ lovely Dances at a Gathering and Yuri Possokhov’s Swimmer....
Celebrating the end of a run…
After 20 years of power and finesse, the Cypress String Quartet announced that they will be retiring as a group at the end of this season. That announcement came at their final “Call and Response” concert last Friday, March 11 at San Francisco’s Herbst Theater.
This quartet, internationally famed for their depth and rich soundscape, is also locally known for their generosity to Bay Area students, and...
Bohemians in Alameda!
A friend once complained to me that Berlin had four opera houses, as if that were unconscionable. An outrageous waste! It never occurred to me that there could be too much...