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If Quentin Tarantino turned his attention to the quiet unease of American suburbia, we imagine the results would be similar to You're Going to Ble...
Five actresses take turns interpreting the historical legend of the woman whose beauty launched a thousand ships.
Despite modern burlesque's associations with elegantly taking one's clothes off before a live audience of hooters and hollerers, burlesque is an a...
hosted by Melissa Lyn
Curated by Erica Blue.
Sheherezade 13, a coproduction by Wily West Productions and Playwrights' Center of San Francisco, didn't start as a women-centered event. It was born 13 years ago as a staged reading of many short plays to celebrate two departing PCSF board... More »
Impact Theatre Artistic Director Melissa Hillman is all about making the Bard into one of the bros. Shakespeare didn't write just for the elites; so, she believes, contemporary productions that exclude audiences with, to paraphrase As You Like... More »
The event promoters known as The BitchSlap are behind many a female-centric comedy showcase in San Francisco, but “Tough Titties” actually supports boobs, albeit slightly indirectly. The event is a benefit for Spark, a local non-profit working on... More »
Two-woman musical Legacy of the Tiger Mother doesn't deal with the most original themes (motherhood, Asian-American stereotypes, a little bit of Mao thrown in a back story) in its delightful one-piano... More »
Seeing the San Francisco Fringe Festival, now in its 21st year as Occupy Fringe Theatre 2012, is an exercise in serendipity and anthropology. You never know what to expect from a show, other than th... More »
In a country where most performing arts venues won't sell you analcoholic beverage, let alone let you bring it into the auditorium, theExit Theatre's cafe space is a modest yet wonderful bastion ofhospitality. Located in the heart of the Tenderloin in the samebuilding as two of the Exit's main performance spaces, the cozy andcheerfully managed cafe serves theatergoers such unpretentious yetappetizing treats such as bountiful fruit and cheese plates as well ascopious slices of quiche... More »
There's no stopping Christina Augello. This formidable local theater impresario has been largely responsible for rescuing San Francisco theater-goers from the clutches of pointless touring Broadway shows and stolid repertory fare. As the artistic director of Exit Theatre since its inception 23 years ago, Augello (a quirky performer in her own right) has consistently thrown open her doors on the cusp of the Tenderloin to some of the edgiest companies around. The beauty of her programming is... More »
Exit Theatre has been a sanctuary for small-scale, big-attitude San Francisco stagecraft since 1983. Home to the theatrical free-for-all of the S.F. Fringe Festival, the theater (and the auxiliary Exit Stage Left a couple of blocks away) hosts a number of small companies and individual artists. This veritable fun house branches off into several performance areas, giving you the impression of drifting through an amusement park attraction with multiple spectacles simultaneously playing out.... More »
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