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Bay Area Children’s Theatre presents Three Little Birds, a new reggae children's musical based on the story by Cedella Marley. The San Francisco shows will be performed at the Children's Creativity Museum Theater.
A truly eclectic SF Ballet sampler featuring The Vertiginous Thrill of Exactitude, Variations for Two Couples, Manifesto and The Kingdom of the Shades.
Immerse yourself in a world of “transcendent beauty and sumptuous intentions as well as dark and violent impulse” (Contra Costa Times) with Helgi Tomasson’s interpretation of Romeo & Juliet.
Dive into the dazzling world of aquatic plants at the Conservatory of Flowers' new exhibition Aquascapes -- The Art of Underwater Gardening featuring lush underwater gardens designed to artfully highlight the diversity of freshwater tropical waterways.
Bay Area Children’s Theatre presents Edward Tulane in Berkeley and San Francisco. The Berkeley shows will be performed at The Osher Studio in Downtown Berkeley.
Bay Area Children’s Theatre presents Three Little Birds, a new reggae children’s musical based on the story by Cedella Marley. The Mill Valley shows will be performed at the Marin Theatre Company.
The Center for Asian American Media presents CAAMFest, formerly the San Francisco Asian American Film Festival (SFIAAFF), a celebration of film, music, and food from the world’s most innovative Asian and Asian American artists.
San Francisco’s internationally-acclaimed contemporary dance company ODC/Dance celebrates its 44th season with two world premieres; Dead Reckoning by KT Nelson, and The Invention of Wings by Brenda Way.
Bay Area Children’s Theatre presents Three Little Birds, a new reggae children’s musical based on the story by Cedella Marley. The San Ramon shows will be performed at the Front Row Theater.
Bay Area Children’s Theatre presents Edward Tulane. A moving stage adaptation by Dwayne Hartford of Kate DiCamillo’s award-winning tale about being loved and learning to love.
Shostakovich Trilogy is a groundbreaking, intensely personal tribute to composer Dmitri Shostakovich by American Ballet Theatre Artist in Residence Alexei Ratmansky.