Get SF Weekly Newsletters

You searched for:

Start over

Search for…

Narrow Search

Culture, The Exhibitionist Lovely, Low-Key <i>On A Clear Day</i> At NCTC: Barbra Would No Doubt Approve

Lovely, Low-Key On A Clear Day At NCTC: Barbra Would No Doubt Approve

New Conservatory Theater Center offers a low-key, lovely production of the classic musical On A Clear Day You Can See Forever. On A Clear Day has long been a show in search of an audience — though audiences seem to love…
@The Exhibitionist  Tags: , , , , , , , , , ,
Culture, The Exhibitionist New Conservatory Theater Announces Fab New Season

New Conservatory Theater Announces Fab New Season

The food was great and the wine flowed as the venerable New Conservatory Theatre held an elegant soiree to announce its 2015-2016 season.  NCT founder/artistic director Ed Decker took to the stage to address/entertain the crowd, leaving some to…
@The Exhibitionist  Tags: , , , , , , , ,
Culture, The Exhibitionist Video of the Day: The Rights Stuff

Video of the Day: The Rights Stuff

Rights of Passage, a world premiere, follows one man -- Wayan (Jomar Tagatac), a gay Balinese Hindu -- but its scope is LGBTs throughout the world. With the help of organizations like Amnesty International and the International Gay and…
@The Exhibitionist  Tags: , , , , ,
Calendar, Night&Day The Rights Stuff

The Rights Stuff

Rights of Passage, a world premiere, follows one man -- Wayan (Jomar Tagatac), a gay Balinese Hindu -- but its scope is LGBTs throughout the world. With the help of organizations like Amnesty International and the International Gay and Lesbian…
Tags: , , , , , ,
Culture, Stage A Fistful of Knowledge

A Fistful of Knowledge

Like the famous spaghetti Western starring Clint Eastwood, the world is divided into three kinds of people: the dumb, the clever, and the intelligent. Knowing how to tell the difference can tell you a lot about the rules by which…
Tags: , , , , ,
Culture, Stage

Stage Capsules

Give Me Shelter Wendy Weiner's sweet, slight solo show suggests friendship is more important than a space to call your own. While searching for her first Manhattan apartment, Diana, who remains unseen by the audience, encounters various oddballs, all portrayed…
Tags: , , , , ,
Culture, Stage

Aisle Seat

Male Pride, Continued Three weeks ago, I wrote about New Conservatory Theater Center's second annual Pride Season, and the complete absence of women in the program (see "Pride -- For Men Only?" Aug. 7). Executive Director Ed Decker explained that…
Tags: , , , ,
Culture, Stage

Aisle Seat

The Dad We Wish We Had What a nice change of pace: Here's the story of a father (straight) and son (gay) who cohabit happily in a town in Australia. Sound familiar? Maybe you saw the flick, The Sum of…
Tags: , , , ,