Theatre

Jane Lynch ‘A Swingin’ Little Christmas’ to Happen Dec. 10 in SF

Sunday, December 10 at 7:00 pm Presented in the historic Venetian Room of San Francisco’s Fairmont Hotel All Decked Out for the Holidays         Bay Area Cabaret is thrilled to present Golden Globe and Emmy Award-winner Jane Lynch in her Venetian Room debut. The star of Glee and host of NBC’s Hollywood Game Night will be(…)

‘The Laramie Project’ Returns to NYC After Almost 10 Years

Direct from an award-winning run at Washington D.C.’s Capital Fringe Festival, The Wandering Theatre Company brings its bold new staging of contemporary classic The Laramie Project to New York City’s Access Theatre. The story of Matthew Shepard broke headlines in 1998. A gay college student, he was kidnapped and beaten by two men, tied to(…)

Sonoma County Art Trails 2017 – Rescheduled

  Due to fires that devastated our community, Art Trails is rescheduled to October 21, 22 and October 28, 29. Studios NOT OPEN either weekend:            11 Christine MacDonald, 14 Susan Miron, 17 Tom Berto, 25 Barbara Kelly, 26 Lisa Skelly, 28 Bill Gittins, 30 Anne Regan, 31 Char Wood, 32 Dannell Powell,(…)

Stand-up Comedy On the Rise in Sonoma County

On a recent Saturday night the Laugh Cellar, Sonoma County’s newest venue for stand-up comedy, was packed, both with return customers and first-timers.Tucked away in a shopping center space off Highway 12 that previously has been home to a grocery store and a couple of different restaurants, the site has taken on a new life(…)

Russia’s Bolshoi cancels ballet about gay dancer 3 days before premiere

Russia‘s Bolshoi Theater has canceled a much anticipated ballet about dancer Rudolf Nureyev just three days before the opening night. Bolshoi made the announcement Saturday, saying that Tuesday’s premiere has been canceled. The ballet about Nureyev who defected from the Soviet Union to the West in 1961 was directed by Kirill Serebrennikov, known for bold(…)

Two Lesbian Artists Offer Art Inspired by Activist Yuri Kocjiyama

Co-Presented by the Asian American Women Artist Association (AAWAA) and Asian Pacific Islander Cultural Center (APICC), Shifting Movements: Art Inspired by the Life and Activism of Yuri Kochiyama (1921-2014) is a multimedia exhibition illuminating the legacy of intersectional revolutionary activist Yuri Kochiyama through artworks that highlight the values and themes that guided her, and the incredibly diverse people, struggles,(…)