Transcript of conversation on the way out of Hertz Hall at the end of Cal Performances’ Wednesday night presentation of the Mark Morris Dance Group that marked the opening of the exuberantly named Ojai North! Festival: Carla: I hope you more »
Spring of 2012 saw the birth of a strange and wonderful piece of physical theatre at Flashpoint’s Mead Theatre Lab, in the shadow of the United States Capitol Building in downtown Washington, D.C. London-trained American actor and director, John Michael more »
No one knows what went down that night in 1964 after young Olympic gold medalist Cassius Clay defeated world heavyweight boxing champ Sonny Liston in Miami Beach, in a performance to rival that of any Russian ballerina. Clay and three more »
Not your typical night out at the theatre: our review of the opening of THE CREATIVE PROCESS: An IVF Living Art Piece in the Huffington Post.
Today is the 100th anniversary of the premiere of a Stravinsky masterpiece, cause of great fury and consternation at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées at the time. Music and dance were forever changed by the arrival of the Rite of Spring. Watch the more »
Performance artist Marilee Talkington wants to make a baby. And she wants to turn it into art. So she’s inviting an audience to witness this stage of her fertility treatment, which involves twice-daily self-administered hormone injections. Some of these will take more »
Smuin Ballet is wrapping up their San Francisco season this coming weekend and taking their Spring program on the road. If you miss them at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, catch them in Mountain View, Walnut Creek or more »
Last week was Chris Wheeldon Week in San Francisco, with Ballet in Cinema’s broadcast of the Royal Ballet in Alice in Wonderland in Bay Area theatres, and the premiere of Cinderella at San Francisco Ballet. It was Standing Room Only more »
What we thought of Oakland Ballet’s daring updates of Les Biches, Le Spectre de la Rose (Bloom), and Pulcinella: read about it in our review in the Huffington Post.
Do Bay Area audiences realize how spoiled they are? We’ve got the opulent San Francisco Ballet, stylish Ballet San Jose, provocative ODC/Dance, mesmerizing Alonzo King, and so many more. One of the tiniest of the local repertory companies is Diablo more »