Nov 28 - Dec 17
We collaborated with the cast of BRIGHT STAR and the people of SF to highlight the rich patina and stories of our communities.
In celebration of Steve Martin and Edie Brickell's new musical BRIGHT STAR, Curran has commissioned local artists to create a city-wide "If you knew my story" art exhibition. From the Mission to the Tenderloin, to Union Square - check out the stars of our city - and add your story!
Pst, bartender!🍻Drinks on us if you mention the secret word, “propinquity” at tonight or tomorrow night's BRIGHT STAR performance. Head to the box office and mention the secret word and you'll receive a free drink ticket redeemable for a @martinraywinery vino or a local, craft @magnoliabeer of your choice!
Gracie Hays calls up Carmen Cusack, Bright Star’s star actress.
Carole Shorenstein Hays talks to THE CURRAN[T]’s Gracie Hays about FUN HOME, ECLIPSED, and the Curran’s exciting next act - which is also her own.
Our first behind-the-scenes glimpse at the cast of BRIGHT STAR, hard at work ahead of opening night.
San Francisco novelist Glen David Gold demonstrates how a storyteller can build a world from a newspaper clipping.
An interview with Carmen Cusack, written by Luna Alcorcha, a student at Ruth Asawa School of the Arts.
Our collaboration with Neiman Marcus Union Square allows us to showcase the talent and stories of children in the UCSF art therapy program.