Tom Luddy is the most important Northern California film figure you’ve never heard of. And that’s just the way he likes it.
"Sisters Matsumoto," by Berkeley playwright Philip Kan Gotanda, shows through April 29 at the Lesher Center for the Arts.
The Crucible celebrates the fire arts with a blazing soiree. Plus, check out the rest of our arts and culture, music, and events picks for April.
Tinariwen brings music banned from Mali to the UC Theatre.
Four Oakland theater companies create a theater piece, “Overnight.”
Ayelet Waldman finds head space with a little LSD.
Would you trade your paper books for digital versions?
Longtime flack Michael C. Healy talks trains, politics, and bagmen.
"Iran/USA" runs through May 28 at Saint Mary’s College Museum of Art.