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.
We take a look back at the coolest people, places and events in 2011 for San Francisco theater and opera.
Anna Deavere Smith’s one-woman performance takes on the nation’s health care industry and politics though language and a multitude of impersonations drawn from numerous interviews.
From small community plays to large Broadway musicals, from the sit-in-your-seat, get-dressed up for The Nutcracker ballet to the exotic street and stage performances of the Renaissance Faire, there is something here for everyone.
Billy Elliot the musical plays at the Orpheum Theatre in San Francisco through September 17th.
Blue Man Group is a treat for the senses. There’s drumming on pipes, colorful paint flying everywhere, bright lights and visuals that keep your eyes glued to all parts of the stage – and it’s all presented creatively with humor.
The cast of the Broadway hit show ‘Stomp’ has partnered with Second Harvest Food Bank to Stomp Out Hunger.