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PEARLS OVER SHANGHAI Original Musical by Link Martin (book / lyrics) & Scrumbly Koldewyn (music) March 20 – May 31, 2014 Thurs., Fri. & Sat. – 8:00 pm Previews March 20, 21 & 22 (Thurs. – Sat.) – Opens Thurs. March 27, 2014 – 8:00 pm The Hypnodrome – http://thrillpeddlers.com “Pearls Over Shanghai, delivers more madcap invention in two hours than most theater companies manage in an entire season…” –…Find out more »
“Platforms” by Jemima Kirke Opening reception for the artist, Friday March 21st, 6 to 8pm. RSVP required. Show is on view until May 10th, 2014 Fouladi Projects 1803 Market st. SF, CA. 94607 415-621-2535 www.fouladiprojects.com For more information or images, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org Fouladi Projects Gallery is pleased to present new portraits of women by painter and RISD alumni, Jemima Kirke. Jemima has by now become widely known for her…Find out more »
ASC Projects is pleased to present a solo exhibition of new works by Geri Montano, following a 2-week live residency in the project space where she created the majority of the works. For her residency and solo exhibition, Geri Montano continues her Traded Moons series—a community engagement project dealing with the topic of sex trafficking of Native American women and girls—creating three large-scale works on paper and an installation titled…Find out more »
Theatre Rhinoceros presents… The Habit of Art A Very British Comedy by Alan Bennett (The History Boys) Directed by John Fisher Bay Area Premiere – Limited Engagement – 14 Performances Only! March 27 – April 13, 2014 – MUST CLOSE April 13. Wed. – Sat. – 8:00 pm / Sun. – 3:00 pm Previews March 27 & 28 (Thurs. & Fri.) – Opens Sat. March 29 – 8:00 pm Z…Find out more »
April 4, 2014 – April 4, 2015 A People’s Archive Of Sinking And Melting Organized by Amy Balkin An ongoing project beginning April 4, 2014 Southern Exposure is proud to house A People’s Archive of Sinking and Melting, a growing collection of contributed items from places that may disappear due to the effects of climate change. Objects represent locations that are or might be impacted by the physical, political and…Find out more »
For the past year, Anthony Holdsworth has been chronicling the Mission District. Painting on the street to record, first hand, both the neighborhood and the people who live and work here. These paintings represent a fusion of his Californian urban landscapes with his ongoing paintings of Latin America and Italy. His intention has been to channel the unique energy of this community even as it evaporates under the heat of…Find out more »
Southern Exposure presents the premiere of Jesse Sugarmann’s We Build Excitement. This ambitious ongoing project by the Central Valley-based artist is a series of performances and videos examining the evolution of the American auto industry as a parallel to shifting American identity. Starting two years ago, Sugarmann opened (and plans to continue opening) unsanctioned Pontiac dealerships in former Pontiac dealership locations across the United States. He activates these dealerships as…Find out more »
Opens April 4th (12 shows over 6 weeks) — “After a wild night in San Francisco, a Jewish farm girl stumbles home with a Czech refugee who stays the night and then refuses to leave. A one-woman autobiographical coming-of-age tale filled with a disapproving dad, hippies, heifers, and steaming potato dumplings.” Written & performed by Vivien Straus (known to some as an ‘organic dairy personality’)Find out more »