Lily O'Brien - December 17, 2019

The annual event, at Oakland’s First Congregational Church, explores an ancient art form with new-age energy.

Lily O'Brien - December 15, 2019

Barbara Higbie, William Ackerman, and friends celebrate the longest night with forward-leaning acoustic music.

Lisa Houston - December 8, 2019

Mila traces the plight of a foreign domestic worker in the rapidly changing city.

Lou Fancher - December 6, 2019

Gravity-defying dancers celebrate the solstice in a Berkeley studio.

Jason Victor Serinus - November 19, 2019

Reprise showings of Gay Chorus Deep South, a documentary featuring the chorus, are at the Roxie Theater, Nov. 22–27.

Lou Fancher - November 15, 2019

The intrepid revivalist opera company takes on Domenico Freschi’s 1680 comedy featuring a forward-leaning heroine.

Lou Fancher - November 15, 2019

Founder Micaya talks about the bounty of styles and messages coming from around the world Nov. 22–24.

Lily O'Brien - November 9, 2019

Tres Hermanicas and Aquila are set to play a concert of music that bridges a traditional religious divide.

Lou Fancher - November 4, 2019

This dancemaker’s art is abstract but centered on ideas coming straight from the body.

Lou Fancher - November 4, 2019

The official state folk ensemble is renowned for its deep repertory, dramatic vocal techniques, and complex harmonies.