Popular, influential, and cult musicians come through San Francisco every day. But it isn't every day when an event comes along that you know will be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, and serve a good cause. On Monday, Philip Glass' Days and Nights Festival and local promoter (((folkYEAH!))) presen ... More >>
In Doubt, Viola Davis once again proves that there are no small parts.
One day in the life of angst-ridden New Yorkers reveals a promising young director
Week of Wednesday, May 4, 2005
As the San Francisco Conservatory of Music moves to fancy new digs, its students struggle with a shrinking professional marketplace.
"The audience has seen a lot of me, and maybe they need a break."
Don't expect to see bling at the S.F. Hip Hop DanceFest
A valentine to the opera, beautiful bitch that she is
Make your own manikin at MOCHA
Things to do this week: See Rachel's, see the Darkness, form band, rule world
Classical guitarist Antigoni Goni combines virtuosic technique with a sensitive interpretive flair
Ben Westhoff gets inside the odd mix of cerebral and naughty humor that's taken S.F. comedy troupe Killing My Lobster to the edge of national fame
"Yes Yoko Ono" is surprisingly good
Kate Rigg's Chink-O-Rama is an unapologetic, confrontational -- and very funny -- look at Asian stereotypes
An exotic adventure into the mysterious world of sound!
As neo-caveman Romulus Ledbetter, Samuel L. Jackson gets to play crazy
Day Glo Abortions; Sunshine; Nina Simone
Titanic & Julius Caesar
A decade after their first collaboration, Steve Reich and Kronos Quartet rediscover the art of the ensemble composition