Carole Shorenstein Hays raises the curtain on the new Curran. After a joyous, two year renovation and restoration, our mission is to create a home where art, technology and entertainment intersect in a way that can only happen at this moment in San Francisco.
A note from Carole, regarding the transitions and excitement ahead around #CURRAN2019 for Bay Area audiences.
Gracie Hays sits down with Machine Dazzle (and his sewing machine) to talk about the punk-rock process of distilling decades into dresses
Take a voyage with the Curran crew through the three-month journey of our refusbished chandelier!
At a crossroads, Pasek and Paul had an idea. If no one would cast them in a musical, why not write one of their own and put it on themselves?
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.
Carl Wilson considers the ways 24-Decade plays with popular music, and talks to music director Matt Ray about how he takes an orchestra through a twenty-four-hour performance.
Fans of DEAR EVAN HANSEN came together to share their renditions of "Waving Through a Window" from the show.
Taylor Mac may be known for outrageous costumes, but that fabulousness extends to the audience as well!
Carole Shorenstein Hays gives us some background for these behind-the-scenes photos of her haute DIY day at the Curran when costume designer Machine Dazzle outfitted her with flotsam and jetsam and je ne sais quoi.
Hear from staff and students about the Stanford Arts Intensive workshop, which demonstrates Curran's special relationship to education
Local novelist Vanessa Hua revisits her family’s favorite musicals (and her father’s singing), and looks back at how David Henry Hwang emboldened her to tell her own stories
Taylor Mac sat down with KQED's Chloe Veltman to talk about A 24-DECADE HISTORY OF POPULAR MUSIC and the process behind creating it.
Novelist Dave King talks to Taylor Mac about Nina Simone, formative trips to San Francisco, and what it’s like to stage 24-Decade in 2017.
Marcie Bianco explores how Stanford is stepping up to put shows like 24-Decade on stage
From the Tony Award®-winning author of M. Butterfly and the Tony Award®-winning composer of Fun Home, comes a brand new play with a musical.