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Theater and Dance

Aerial Dance Thrills in Berkeley

One attraction of aerial dance is that it offers the possibility of exploring three-dimensional space.

They Call Him Mr. Tips

The story is packed with jubilant lindy-hop dancing, a swinging jump blues band, a bit of drag, puppets and theatrical razzle-dazzle.

Get Vertical

Project Bandaloop takes dance to the Great Wall.

Shotgun Compressed

Catch up on the anniversary season in an action-packed week.

Whose Revolution Is It?

The folk operetta "VS." is written by Oakland playwright Cleavon Smith, who teaches at Berkeley City College.

Holiday Ballet Without Sentimentality

Diablo’s "A Swingin’ Holiday and More" offers party time in an intimate but no less fun-filled evening.

Dancing on the Day of the Dead

"Luna Mexicana" mixes folkloric and Mexican music with ballet at the Paramount.

Thoroughly Thrilling Movement

"Figure a Sea" shows Oct. 22-23 at Zellerbach Hall.

As True Today as It Ever Was

Sinclair Lewis’ satire is a 1935 story ripped from today’s headlines.

Smuin Ballet's Season Opener Accurately Reflects the Company’s Adventurous Ambitions

A world premier by Garrett Ammon at the Lesher Center ushers in a new era.