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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.
From DIY tutus to sunflowers, hip hop and recycled snowflakes, Maria Carey and Barbie, here's what you don't know about the famous holiday ballet.
Tim Bond, who has worked at Oregon Shakespeare Festival and garnered acclaim for theater direction, succeeds Robert Kelley at TheatreWorks.
"The Fantasticks," the world's longest-running musical, brings its catchy songs ("Try to Remember," anyone?) and timeless love story to Pleasanton.
"The Wickhams: Christmas at Pemberley" is a new "Pride and Prejudice" sequel playing at City Lights Theater in San Jose.
From full-length, opulent productions to kid-friendly abbreviated versions, here's where to see "The Nutcracker" in the Bay Area.
Filmmaker, actor and comedian Robert Townsend, best known for 'The Hollywood Shuffle,' tells his life story in new show at The Marsh Berkeley.
'STOMP,' the global persussion/theater hit, is back for a short run at S.F.'s Geary Theater -- here's what you need to know.
Karen Zacarias's culture-clash comedy 'Native Gardens' is timely but mostly gentle; it's getting a winning production by Center Rep in Walnut Creek.
'Nine,' the stage musical based on Fellini's classic "8½," gets a strong new production from Guggenheim Entertainment in San Jose.
Robert Townsend, known best for the groundbreaking film "Hollywood Shuffle," premieres a new stage show "Living the Shuffle" at The Marsh Berkeley.
The historic Presidio Theatre in SF has been reopened with a full slate of shows and this weekend hosts the great Latin musician John Santos.
L. Peter Callender finally takes on Shakespeare's iconic Othello role for African-American Shakespeare Company.
Half Moon Bay Art and Pumpkin Festival returns for its 49th year; here is what you need to know.
sjDANCEco's fall program features a world premiere inspired by Dreamer immigrants and a dance celebrating Nelson Mandela.
"Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" kicks of its run at The Curran in S.F. Oct. 23 -- here are photos the cast.
The Tony Award-nominated musical "A Night With Janis Joplin,"starring Mary Bridget Davies, is in tour with stops in San Jose and Santa Rosa.
The multimedia concert/theatrical show "Simon & Garfunkel Story" recounts career of iconic folk duo and delivers a boatload of cherished songs.
Got your Bay Area weekend plans? We have some cool ideas, from big free music festivals to yummy Indian cuisine to hangin' with Mark Twain.
TheatreWorks Silicon Valley presents the West Coast premiere of rollicking new musical "Mark Twain's River of Song."
Sylvia Milo's solo show about Amadeus Mozart's hard-luck sister plays at the Hammer Theatre in San Jose.
Acclaimed harpist Anna Maria Mendieta's multimedia dance/music production 'Tango del Ciela' comes to Pleasanton's Firehouse Arts Center Sept. 21-22.
Bay Area's Smuin Contemporary Ballet kicks off a new season with "Dance Series 1," featuring new works inspired by Johnny Cash and Dave Brubeck.
The renowned Circus Mei, known for gravity-defying circus and acrobatics feats, comes to Oshman Family JCC in Palo Alto Sept. 18.
Kerry Ipema's solo show "One Woman Sex and the City" -- based on the iconic TV series -- comes to San Jose Sept. 13-14 -- here's what you need to know.
The musical "Anastasia" takes a fascinating chapter of history and turns it into an entertaining but unremarkable bit of theater.
Center Repertory Company in Walnut Creek presents the two-actor (plus grand piano) comedy "Murder for Two."