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Cal Shakes in Orinda says uncertainty, health risks associated COVID-19 prompted the cancellation of entire May 27-Oct. 11 season.
From great movies, TV and music to virtual museums and fun family activities, here's how to enjoy a coronavirus weekend.
You can get up close and personal with music, theater and famous works of art without leaving your house -- here's how.
Lydia R. Diamond's play "Toni Sgone," about a groundbreaking baseball player, might soon be available to watch via streaming.
Mummenschanz's live performance at the Hammer Theatre in San Jose will be live streamed -- here's how you can watch.
Saxophonist Melissa Aldana performs a tribute to Latinx women artists -- especially Frida Kahlo -- at Hammer Theatre in San Jose.
From Smuin Ballet to S.F. Ballet to Wendy Whelan and Nancy Karp and Joffrey Ballet, here are some of the big dance recitals coming to Bay Area.
Lucy Kirkwood's "The Children" -- playing at Berkeley's Aurora Theatre -- takes place after a Fukushima-like disaster.
American Conservatory Theater in S.F. opens its new season with London/New York stage hit 'The Lehman Trilogy,' directed by Sam Mendes, in September.
TheaterWorks' new season -- its first under new director Tim Bond -- includes a Jane Austen musical, a world premiere and "Man of la Mancha."
Walnut Creek-based Diablo Ballet performs Balanchine's "Who Cares?" as the centerpiece of a program titled "Balanchine and Beyond" Feb. 7-8.
Isabella Rossellini's solo show 'Link Link Circus,' which explores animals' mental abilities, plays at The Chapel Feb. 3-11.
Gugu Drum Group -- which uses percussion, dance and colorful costumes to perform Chinese fables -- comes to San Jose Jan. 31.
"The Fantasticks" is revived at 3Below Theaters and Lounge in San Jose, and "West Side Story" is playing at Firehouse Arts Center in Pleasanton.
New general director announces new Opera San Jose season with re-imaginings of 'Figaro' and 'Carmen' and a staging of controversial 'Salome.'
The powerful music and wild life of 1920s blues legend Bessie Smith recalled in stirring musical "The Devil's Music" at Walnut Creek's Lesher Center.
TheatreWorks presents Holocaust-themed 'Pianist of Willesden Lane'; City Lights opens Sarah Ruhl's 'Stage Kiss.'
Bay Area performer Dan Hoyle's solo show timely "Border People" plays through Jan. 18 in S.F.
The annual “The Big Fat Year End Kiss Off Comedy Show” has been rolling on for 27 years now, so it’s going to take a little more than its headliner being out to derail this train. Bay …
Bay Area clubs and theaters offer plenty of shows during the "dead week" between Christmas and New Year's.
'Shen Yun,' an epic pageant devoted to Chinese history and culture, stops in S.F. and San Jose on its annual Bay Area tour.
Oakland Ballet brings Graham Lustig's acclaimed adaptation to the Paramount Theatre Dec. 21-22.
'Waitress,' the musical based on the beloved 2007 indie film, and boasting a score by pop/rock star Sara Bareilles, plays in San Jose Dec. 17-22.
Got your Thanksgiving weekend plans yet? We have some nifty ideas, from holiday fairs and ice rinks with bumper cars to holiday arts shows.
The Tony Award winning drama 'The Humans' plays at San Jose Stage with its story of a family grappling with myriad issues over Thanksgiving dinner.
Holiday season finds Bay Area stage companies performing classics by Dickens and Austen, and some surprises, too.
Chris Perondi's Stunt Dog Experience brings its eye-popping, heartwarming show to Palo Alto and Livermore.
Bryna Turner's "Bull in a China Shop" focuses on feminist Mary Woolley and her longtime love affair -- it plays in Berkeley through Dec. 8.
PigPen Theatre Co. presents "The Tale of Despereaux," a new stage musical based on Kate DiCamillo's story about a shunned mouse who becomes a hero.
Smuin Contemporary Ballet is bringing its delightful "Christmas Ballet" to Walnut Creek, Mountain View, S.F. and Carmel.
Following complaints from Japanese-American community, Magician David Hirata changes title of his show at The Marsh Berkeley to remove an Asian slur.