The Bay Area artist’s installations, shown in major museums, have taken home altars and roadside shrines in new directions.
Aurora Theatre offers the second play in Dominique Morisseau’s trilogy — the first part, ‘Detroit ’67,’ ran in 2018.
Opening Jan. 25, exhibition focuses on the lesser-known body of work by the Berkeley countercultural activist who was also a playwright, filmmaker and musician.
Student matinees and Teen Nights have brought an enthusiastic young audience to connect both with live theater, and with each other.
Eight stellar music groups, workshops for musicians and a documentary celebrate the jazz guitarist who founded the Hot Club de France Quintet in the 1930s.
Dave Malloy’s electropop opera is based on a sliver of Tolstoy’s ‘War and Peace.’
Hip-Hop cypher is part of the “Playing with Tradition” program that connects contemporary music styles with the wide world of folk music.
Applications for the nationally renowned fellowship program open in January for the 2023-24 season.
Shows through the end of the year highlight holiday music from Hawaii to Ireland, and from classical to bluegrass.
Berkeley Rep launches new season by welcoming director Emma Rice’s bold reimagining of the gothic masterpiece for its West Coast premiere.
Aurora Theatre Company’s new show explores the history of a Vietnamese dish — and the bite of cultural appropriation.
Celebrated by critics, films from the Black Sea nation of Georgia will be showing every weekend through November.