A San Francisco theater is asking for donations of unwanted tube TVs that will be smashed as part of an upcoming show about the life of the legendary drummer of the band The Who.
Comedienne, actress and singer Sandra Bernhard brings her one-woman show, “I Love Being Me, Don’t You?” to San Francisco’s Bimbo’s 365 Club for one night only. Bernhard sat down with CBS 5’s Frank Mallicoat to discuss her show, her career, and her love of the Bay Area.
Theatregoers in San Francisco were transported to the ’60s with the familiar head-bopping tunes of the Four Seasons as the Broadway hit musical “Jersey Boys” opened on March 12th for its third engagement in the Bay Area.
A new Bay Area start-up is making it easier to save money on movie tickets. Dealflicks offers users discounts of between 15% to 37% on tickets at independent theaters all over the country.
These great North Bay venues will challenge your ideas of local theater and entertainment.
SF language schools teach everything from American Sign Language to critical-needs languages for the diplomatically inclined or Shakespearean text work, audition preparation and Elizabethan insults.
Whether the kids have a theatrical calling or you’re looking to keep them busy with a full week of creative challenges, these Bay Area venues offer rewarding theater sessions for children and teens. Look no further than these, the best San Francisco summertime theater programs.
If you like to hike, bike, picnic, laugh, swoon or sing, there’s something for you in San Francisco theater this spring.
The 2nd Annual San Francisco Green Film Festival offers a range of empowering independent films with new ideas and solutions. Start planning now.
There’s no need to sit home or miss out the culture San Francisco has to offer, even if you’re on a budget.