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The Speakeasy Review – In San Francisco you can truly go back in time to experience the freewheeling cabaret era of the 1920’s

The Speakeasy Review – In San Francisco you can truly go back in time to experience the freewheeling cabaret era of the 1920’s I predict that The Speakeasy SF will become a long-running, perennial must-see show, to be visited every time you come to San Francisco.I believe you too, will Fall In Love with The Speakeasy SF

Hubba Hubba Revue Review – San Francisco’s World-Famous Burlesque Show rated Top 3 Nationwide

Hubba Hubba Revue Review – San Francisco’s World-Famous Burlesque Show rated Top 3 Nationwide The Hubba Hubba Revue in San Francisco California, is Outrageous, Titillating, Scintillating, Scandalous, and just plain ole FUN

San Francisco Symphony Review - Symphony Pride In Honor Of Bay Area LGBTQ Community

San Francisco Symphony Review - Symphony Pride In Honor Of Bay Area LGBTQ Community Symphony Pride: Celebrating the LGBTQ Community and bringing humans together through the univresal connection of music

SF Symphony Review – Meeting with Russians

SF Symphony Review – Meeting with Russians When Michael Tilson Thomas and the San Francisco Symphony programmed the pieces for this week’s performances, they could not have known that Russians would be front and center in the news

Smuin Dance Series 01 Review – Powerful, Uplifting and Beautiful

Smuin Dance Series 01 Review – Powerful, Uplifting and Beautiful Smuin Dance Series 01 comes to Mountain View and Carmel with energy and creativity, March 2-25, 2017. This is a must see performance

Fayzo: Founder, Director, and Choreographer Of Medea Sirkas Received Legend Award At One Love - Benefiting San Francisco International Hip Hop DanceFest

Fayzo: Founder, Director, and Choreographer Of Medea Sirkas Received Legend Award At One Love - Benefiting San Francisco International Hip Hop DanceFest Fayzo and Medea Sirkas: an inspirational persoanl and professional journey of passion you don't want to miss

Il Trittico Review – West Bay Opera Scores Again

Il Trittico Review – West Bay Opera Scores Again For me, a West Bay Opera is a treat, almost any opera but especially "Il Trittico", which I had the pleasure of seeing on Sunday, February 19th. Grab your tickets, two more chances

One Love: Benefiting San Francisco International Hip Hop DanceFest Review - Unity Through Dance

One Love: Benefiting San Francisco International Hip Hop DanceFest Review -  Unity Through Dance One Love benefiting the San Francisco International Hip Hop DanceFest embodies open mindedness, unconditional acceptance, and the empowering force of San Francisco and the Hip Hop culture

I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO Review - Stunning, Brilliant and Timely

I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO Review - Stunning, Brilliant and Timely 



I Am Not Your Negro, by Raoul Peck, a Haitian-born documentary film maker (Lumumba)is an extraordinary film. I love what Peck has done

San Francisco Symphony's Annual Lunar New Year Concert and Imperial Dinner Review - Spectacular

San Francisco Symphony's Annual Lunar New Year Concert and Imperial Dinner Review - Spectacular The San Francisco Symphony held the spectacular Lunar New Year event at Davies Symphony Hall.The culturally-rich family event was embraced by many, far and wide

Miles Schon's Eclectic Sound Infuses Blues-Rock with R&B, and An Array Of Heavy Metal

Miles Schon's Eclectic Sound Infuses Blues-Rock with R&B, and An Array Of Heavy Metal Miles Schon, Marin Bay Area guitarist, vocalist, song writer and more.

"The Christians" Review - Latest Hnath Play a Bold Conversation-Starter

"The Christians" Review - Latest Hnath Play a Bold Conversation-Starter Playwright Lucas Hnath sets unique stage in his latest work for opening discussion about faith.

The Peninsula Symphony and Saint Michael Trio Plays the Blues Review - A Evening of Delight

The Peninsula Symphony and Saint Michael Trio Plays the Blues Review - A Evening of Delight A spectacular evening of music greeted my husband and me at the Fox Theatre in Redwood City when the Peninsula Symphony was joined by the Saint Michael Trio

Pear Theater’s “Uncanny Valley” Review – Artificial Intelligence Start-Up Frontier Explored

Pear Theater’s  “Uncanny Valley” Review – Artificial Intelligence Start-Up Frontier Explored    Thomas Gibbons’ play, "Uncanny Valley", is a meditation on being humanoid and becoming human, the intersection and crossover between the artificial and the natural

Mahler’s Blumine and Lieder eines fahrenden Geselle Review – A Unique, Memorable Performance

Mahler’s Blumine and Lieder eines fahrenden Geselle Review – A Unique, Memorable Performance I had an amazing opportunity to see The San Francisco Symphony with Conductor, Michael Tilson Thomas performing early works of Gustav Mahler in a unique production

t’s a Wonderful Nutcracker Review - The Americanization of a Classic Ballet

t’s a Wonderful Nutcracker Review - The Americanization of a Classic Ballet The Menlowe Ballet performs the 2nd year of its innovative interpretation of the "It’s a Wonderful Nutcracker" at the Menlo-Atherton Performing Arts Center

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

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