The L.A. company is presenting “ACB Jazz” in an underground performance space and bringing in two comedians as well.
Decent Structures Arts brings the choreographer’s new work, Put Away the Fire, dear in their S.F. debut.
The Compañía Nacional de Danza arrives in L.A. with a blend of classical, contemporary, and mambo.
Tenor Edward Graves, a former Adler Fellow, talks about playing the Duke of Mantua for the first time.
By expanding the boundaries of how sacred spaces are used, the historic institution serves not just congregants but the whole community.
Tamara Rojo’s next program for the company draws on her time in England and makes some surprising connections with the Bay Area.
Dancer Charya Burt, musician Paul Dresher, and an international creative team explore the relationship between art, war, and mythology.
The choreographer’s company is gearing up for a pair of multimedia world premieres on this foundational theme.
The Bay Area’s Greek Music Chamber Project is going beyond Theodorakis’s famous film scores in a radically minded concert this month.
At Disney Hall, a production of Wagner’s Das Rheingold features scenic design by the architect of the iconic L.A. venue.