This week’s top SF performances include Dance Anywhere at SFMOMA, The Collection at Exit Theatre, and a special April Fools Variety Show at Stage Werx 446.
The beloved music of Nintendo’s Legend of Zelda, which millions of bleary-eyed gamers can probably still hum on command, comes to San Francisco as The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses Tour featuring a live orchestral performance.
This week’s best literary arts events include author appearances by Morris Berman, Dave Eggers and Aimee Phan.
Design geeks, software engineers and digital artist-coders came together at Fort Mason Center for The Creators Project, a two-day showcase that honors cross-disciplinary pioneers who engage with digital technology in novel ways.
This week’s best theater premiers include Eiko and Koma’s Regeneration at YBCA, The Rita Hayworth of This Generation, and Japan’s latest entertainment craze: Real Escape Game.
Gadding about town, it’s hard not to stumble upon the sticker bearing the insignia of artist Kool Kid Kreyola aka Erlin Geffrard—it definitely catches the eye.
D.A. Powell reads poetry from his new book Useless Landscape, or A Guide for Boys at City Lights Bookstore, Thursday, March 15, at 7pm.
This week’s best lit events include the release of The Moment, Chronicle bookstore’s grand reopening, and celeb stylist turned author Brand Goreski.
This week’s best theater events include the opening of The Right Thing, closing of of Scorched, and a unique first anniversary theater benefit for Japan.
Science fiction writer Rudy Rucker, a trailblazer credited with helping to develop the cyberpunk literary genre, will be making an appearance to discuss his new novel which imagines a not so distant future world where humans live sans machines.