Art, baseball, ballet, and Kiesza — yes, the Bay Area is truly eclectic, and so is this week’s list!
The ballet company, the second largest professional company in California, has been facing financial struggles for some time.
From ballet, tap, tango and swing to Bollywood and belly dancing, San Francisco is full of places to help you get your groove back.
There’s no need to sit home or miss out the culture San Francisco has to offer, even if you’re on a budget.
Dancers with the San Francisco Ballet performed parts of “The Nutcracker” for children at a hospital in the city’s Presidio Heights neighborhood Tuesday.
Billy Elliot the musical plays at the Orpheum Theatre in San Francisco through September 17th.
Crews broke ground Friday on the nation’s first stand-alone jazz concert hall, a state-of-the-art performance center that will stand beside established venues for the symphony, opera and ballet.
Want to know where to go to take in a good ballet or dance performance? Here’s a list of the top dance companies in San Francisco.
Among the many traditions in this magical season is a trip to the theater. Settle into The Nutcracker Ballet you remember from your childhood, or start a new tradition with a visit to a drag version of the Golden Girls’s Christmas episodes. Either way, the curtain is calling!