Arts and Culture
From Grammy winners Steve Martin and Edie Brickell comes BRIGHT STAR, the new musical that “brings a fresh breeze to the theater” (Charles Isherwood, The New York Times). Directed by Tony winner Walter Bobbie and inspired by a real event, this “downright wonderful” (Newsday)
That’s right, the Bay’s very own national news making “Hook-Up Truck” is back after a long hiatus. We stumbled across it and its creator Spy Emerson the other night on Valencia St. outside Wonderland SF. Spy told us she had taken some time off to travel but that now “the mobile
Theater Rhinoceros, the local theater company which has offered cutting edge Queer theater to Bay Area audiences since 1977, offers a fine revival of Larry Kramer’s seminal AIDS play The Normal Heart. John Fisher, who also directed, stars as Ned Weeks, a character Kramer based upon himself. Weeks has quite a
Dry humping, cock-painting, pole grinding, panty stripping, lap dancing, tampon-sucking, flesh wriggling, limb twisting, knee-slapping, toe-tapping, jaw-dropping. Lewd, lurid, low-brow, exotic, erotic, quixotic, sickeningly saccharine and sweetly sour. A voluptuous, vaudevillian victory—a night of nocturnal naughtiness; frolicking, fucking, fun and flair–every first Thursday of the month in Oakland. Tourettes Without
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Just as bold upon its release as it is today, director Elia Kazan and writer Budd Schulberg‘s masterpiece A Face In The Crowd – about the charming rogue Larry “Lonesome” Rhodes (Andy Griffith) who parlays his local TV fame into a national bully pulpit – remains a darkly comic satire
Classic Jewish folk tales are now on display at Contemporary Jewish Museum are new works created by 16 artists. In Jewish Folktales Retold: Artist as Maggid (storyteller), the artists perused the 2009 book Leaves from the Garden of Eden: One Hundred Classic Jewish Tales by Howard Schwartz and chose a tale from which to create a piece, or multiple pieces.