Theater

27 Jul 2018

Celebrate Xmas in July w/ the Weirdest Dance Party in Town!

This is made possible by the fine folks at The Curran. Wanna support an article on the site? Holler at Alex@BrokeAssStuart.com  Join your fellow misfits and revelers on the historic Curran stage to celebrate Christmas in July and the ticket on-sale for Taylor Mac’s Holiday Sauce THIS Tuesday July 31st! Enter through the stage door and don a pair of

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07 Mar 2018

Yesterday is Tomorrow: The Vaudeville Boy Band Show You Need to See

When sisters and San Francisco natives Genie and Marie Cartier started working on a duo theater show, “Yesterday is Tomorrow,” they were first inspired by an unlikely source: boy bands. Fueled by their teenage love of groups like the Backstreet Boys, the sisters created the first of what would become

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03 Mar 2018

What Life Is Like When You Retire from the Circus

Please listen to this newest podcast and share it. Also, make sure to subscribe. Links are below: itunes Google Play Soundcloud Oh man! We’ve got yet another fantastic episode for you! This week we have former circus performer, and current stage performer and writer, Genie Cartier. Genie talks about growing up

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30 Nov 2017

The Black Rider: A Fairy Tale for Adults With Music by Tom Waits

By Emily Wilson Mark Jackson, the director of “The Black Rider: The Casting of the Magic Bullets” at Shotgun Players, doesn’t believe in the devil or his power over us – he thinks we created the devil to provide excuses for our own weaknesses. So a deal with the devil-

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15 Nov 2017

Theater Rhinoceros’ The Normal Heart Might Break Your Own Heart

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

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04 Feb 2012

First Look at the New Parkway Theater in Oakland

In 2009, Oakland mourned the closing of The Parkway Theater, a beloved Oakland mainstay that helped revitalize a neighborhood. The Parkway was a film lovers dream- cult films, film festivals, pizza and beer served to at your seat. Struggles over leases and landlords forced the original owners to close. Enter

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12 Sep 2011

Flirt With the (Lunatic) SF Fringe!

Does it make me cool if I say I went to high school with a person who writes and produces plays for Indianapolis Fringe? Probably not, but it’s true. Since Facebook has kept me abreast of every development that could conceivably affect Indy Fringe, I’m well aware of Fringe’s theater

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