Taylor Mac’s 24 DECADE HISTORY OF POPULAR MUSIC will be at the Curran this September. But Mac first stopped off at the Curran last winter ago to perform six hours of the show and talked to us about life, liberation, and Liberace.
Taylor Mac and his Dandy minions, radical faeries, Pacific Heights dads (...and more!) take to the streets of SF to celebrate our history and communities.
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.
Spotted: @osaschool student, Luis Manuel Peralta playing jazz classics on one of the #FlowerPiano installations in Golden Gate Park. From the Curran stage to the botanical gardens, #OSA students are killin’ it! 📷: @xicana.brava
Taylor Mac explores American history in four 6 decade chapters through song and performance in his 24 Decades of American History. Here, Gracie Hays takes a look at San Francisco's first 6 decades.
Recode Decode's Kara Swisher sits down with Alison Bechdel to discuss FUN HOME's San Francisco run and one very excited fan. Originally printed on recode.net. [PODCAST]
Last December, Curran hosted the San Francisco premiere of the film FENCES, which has been adapted into a motion picture by the late August Wilson. Here, filmographer Ezra Hurwitz, captures the exciting night.
Courtney Love and Todd Almond, who starred with her in his KANSAS CITY CHOIR BOY, talk about their love of PJ Harvey and Patti Smith - and Courtney sing's Harvey's "To Bring You My Love."
The Curran joins forces with GLAAD to celebrate Spirit Day with an inspiring video of the Tony-winning musical's anthem of inclusiveness, "Ring of Keys."