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Thursday, August 30, 2007

Ten Reasons to get Jiggy this Fall

Posted By on Thu, Aug 30, 2007 at 11:11 AM


SF Weekly's first "Fall Arts Preview" hits the sidewalks next Wednesday, September 5. The coming months offers a truly skull-splattering array of knockout cultural experiences. ASD theatre critic Chloe Veltman lists just a few of the events that she's most excited about in the coming months. Read next week's issue for the low-down.

1. San Francisco Opera's world premiere of Philip Glass' new civil war opera, Appomattox (Oct 5 - 24)

2. Alarm Will Sound's world premiere performance of John Adams' Son of Symphony at Stanford (Nov 30)

3. The 6th Annual San Francisco Fringe Festival, produced by the Exit Theatre (Sep 5 - 16)

4. Dutch theatre company, Kassys' Kommer at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (Sep 14 - 15)

5. 8th Annual Litquake Festival (Oct 6 - 13)

6. Marie Antoinette and the Petit Trianon exhibition at The Legion of Honor (Nov 17 - Feb 17)

7. The Pogues in concert at The Fillmore (Oct 21 - 22)

8. Good Vibrations' Amateur Erotic Film Competition at The Castro Cinema (Oct 11)

9. Alonzo King's LINES Ballet's 25th Anniversary Season (Nov 2 - 11)

10. 3rd Annual Free Night of Theatre, organized by Theatre Bay Area (Oct 18)

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