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Theater and Dance

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.

This New Play Is Intensely Uncomfortable, But Also Necessary

Theatre Aluminous gives "White Guy on the Bus" its West Coast premiere at the Flight Deck.

The Fall Arts Guide

The season promises lively choices for art, books, dance, film, music, and theater events.

Black Choreographers Festival Mashes Up Disciplines

The summer series shows at Laney College Aug. 26-28.

Redeeming 'The Mikado'

What could have been a tense standoff became fertile ground for cooperation and learning.

Three Bay Area Companies Stage Othello This Season

Is it sheer coincidence that Ubuntu, Marin Shakespeare, can Cal Shakes are producing Othello? There may be underpinnings of Black Lives Matter and anti-Muslim backlash in the air.

Nonstop Art, Belly Dancing, and Cosplay in Berkeley

Carnival of Stars takes place on July 30-31 at the Finnish Hall.