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The Great Dickens Christmas Fair Review - with an Authentic Recreation of Victorian London, complete with Lively Theatre, Festive Feasting, Dancing and Shopping, a Happy Christmas is had by all

The Great Dickens Christmas Fair Review - with an Authentic Recreation of Victorian London, complete with Lively Theatre, Festive Feasting, Dancing and Shopping, a Happy Christmas is had by all The Great Dickens Christmas Fair is a Northern California Holiday Staple with an Authentic Recreation of Victorian London, complete with Lively Theater, Festive Feasting, Dancing and Shopping. A Happy Christmas is had by all

The Handmaiden Review - Gothic Thriller Set in Korea

The Handmaiden Review - Gothic Thriller Set in Korea Had to let people know just how good this fabulous film is - The Handmaiden

Pear Theatre’s Major Barbara Review - George Bernard Shaw’s 2016 Election Prediction

Pear Theatre’s Major Barbara Review -  George Bernard Shaw’s 2016 Election Prediction Silicon Valley’s Pear Theatre presents Major Barbara, George Barnard Shaw’s reflection on money, power, gender, religion and ethics as a ‘tip of the hat’ to the 2016 election season

Rebeck Play "Seared" Review - Opens SF Playhouse's 14th Season

Rebeck Play "Seared" Review - Opens SF Playhouse's 14th Season Award-winning playwright, television writer and novelist Theresa Rebeck shares "Seared," commissioned play that pokes fun at trials and tribulations of star chef, partner and staff when growing pains impact their restaurant's business

Hell or High Water Review - A Very Accomplished Film

Hell or High Water Review - A Very Accomplished Film I loved this film, " Hell or High Water", for its strong narrative, real sense of place, great acting and its distinct, mostly unspoken, social commentary

The Lamplighter’s “The New Mikado” Review - Mikado Kidnapped from Japan to Italy

The Lamplighter’s “The New Mikado” Review - Mikado Kidnapped from Japan to Italy The Mikado has been kidnapped to Italy but Japan is still in the Mikado.The Lamplighter’s New Mikado reduces the distance between performance and audience, bringing the Mikado “closer to us” by changing the venue from a mythical early Japan

SF Playhouse: City of Angels Review - Film Noir, Live and in 3D

SF Playhouse: City of Angels Review - Film Noir, Live and in 3D City of Angels returns to San Francisco after a 25 year absence, thanks to the San Francisco Playhouse and its Artistic Director, Bill English

Trapeze in the Chapel - Haunting Electro-Vibe Music from many Eras

Trapeze in the Chapel - Haunting Electro-Vibe Music from many Eras “Trapeze is kind of like if Rod Serling threw a Rave in `Metropolis’ - Its loud and haunted” ~ Delachaux

"The Rules" Review - World Premiere at SF Playhouse Venue

"The Rules" Review -  World Premiere at SF Playhouse Venue "The Rules," by Dipika Guha, tells story of three women falling for the same man, winks at what has been considered the "seminal antifeminist dating guide" with the same title, "The Rules: Time-tested Secrets for Capturing the Heart of Mr. Right"

Dark Garden Boutique Review - The San Francisco Couture Corset Atelier

Dark Garden Boutique Review - The San Francisco Couture Corset Atelier Dark Garden is a San Francisco Destination Boutique, known for custom Corsets, Bridal Ensembles, and Costumes. Stars such as Dita Von Tease and Christina Aguilera are regulars. Its like a Parisian Atelier that's fun, sexy, and friendly to all

Clockwork Alchemy Review - If Queen Victoria Had High Tech, This Is What It Would Look Like

Clockwork Alchemy Review - If Queen Victoria Had High Tech, This Is What It Would Look Like The Age of Steam! The splendor and science! The opulence and adventure! The Clockwork Alchemy convention ties together a World That Might Have Been to our own. If Queen Victoria had high tech, this is what it would have looked like

Madama Butterfly Review - West Bay Opera's Innovative Take on Puccini’s Classic Tale

Madama Butterfly Review - West Bay Opera's Innovative Take on Puccini’s Classic Tale West Bay Opera once again proves that an exciting, world-class opera can be experienced on the Peninsula, in a cozy theater and at affordable prices. This production, the final opera of their 60th season, is Giacomo Puccini's Madama Butterfly

New York Philharmonic Review - Spellbinds Davies Hall with Precise Clarity of Expression

New York Philharmonic Review - Spellbinds Davies Hall with Precise Clarity of Expression Seldom is the New York Philharmonic heard in all its glory as in this past Friday evening’s concert in San Francisco’s Davies Hall

SoundBox Redux Review - The San Francisco Symphony Goes Incubator Model

SoundBox Redux Review - The San Francisco Symphony Goes Incubator Model Beyond tweaking traditional concert hall formats by offering shorter playing times. film-concert events, and the like, the San Francisco Symphony has recently launched a new venue, SoundBox, to appeal to new audiences

Chekov’s Uncle Vanya at Silicon Valley’s Pear Theatre Review - Updated: Relevance over Orginalism?

 Chekov’s Uncle Vanya at Silicon Valley’s Pear Theatre Review - Updated: Relevance over Orginalism? Pear Theatre continues its 2015/2016 season with Anton Chekov's classic UNCLE VANYA, in a brand new translation by Bay Area writer, actor, and director Dave Sikula. Frustrated love, misguided impulses, and hope abound in this witty yet heartbreaking take on human experience

The Peninsula Symphony with Taylor Eigsti Review - Another Great January Concert

The Peninsula Symphony with Taylor Eigsti Review - Another Great January Concert Peninsula Symphony Music Director and Conductor, Mitchell Sardou Klein explains that, “ Each time Taylor works with us to plan and perform an entire evening of symphonic/pianistic jazz it proves to be a fascinating process"

“The Mountaintop” Review - Martin Luther King’ Memphis Motel Rendezvous with Destiny

“The Mountaintop” Review - Martin Luther King’ Memphis Motel Rendezvous with Destiny Katori Hall’s “The Mountaintop,” a Realistic Progressive Realistic antidote to Magical Realism, articulates the existential dilemma obscured in Beckett’s bare stage Ashcans. Closes soon, see it now

"The Nether" Review – Jump Right In

"The Nether" Review – Jump Right In Come and find out if a virtual world is more seductive than the one you are living in-in the future. See "The Nether" at The San Francisco Playhouse soon

2016 Edwardian Ball San Francisco Review - Highlights in Photos

2016 Edwardian Ball San Francisco Review - Highlights in Photos Combine all these > Rosin Coven, Edward Gorey, Vau De Vire Society, Trapeze, Delachaux, The Klown, Dark Garden, Kinetic Steam Works, Lady Rizo, with Greg Autry, and you have the makings of a wild and crazy night

San Francisco Opera's The Magic Flute Review – Magic Re-imagined

San Francisco Opera's The Magic Flute Review – Magic Re-imagined San Francisco Opera's staging of The Magic Flute, a revival of their 2012 production, returns this season for another glorious run

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