Photographers: Helmut Newton, Brigitte Lacombe, Terry O'Neill, Carl Van Vechten, Patric Shaw, Matt Edge, Jason Rodgers
Writers: Amy Fine Collins, Daniel Mendelsohn, Brendan Lemon, M.G. Lord
Videos: Alan Cumming, Jonathan Groff, Courtney Love, Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom & Carol Shorenstein Hays and the creative team from Fun Home, Aaron De La Cruz, and Tony Bennett & Judy Garland
Artists: Aaron De La Cruz, Robert Risko, Casey Waits
Curran commissoned artist Aaron De La Cruz is known for his large scale murals, paintings, and installations that have been exhibited in Australia, Berlin, Hong Kong, Hawaii, Los Angeles, New York, Art Basel Miami - as well as on the Curran's Geary Street facade and fabulously here on THE CURRAN[T]. Here he is in action.
Novelist Carol Bensimon looks at how we see the wilderness, from Manaus to Mendocino.
On January 25th, the newly-renovated Curran reopened after two years of reconstruction. The inaugural show, FUN HOME, was a stunning success.
In Fall 2016 Curran’s Deputy Director Wally Hays gave director Liesl Tommy a tour of the new Curran. This March, Tommy’s ECLIPSED will be the second play to grace the new Curran’s stage.
Loren McIntyre discovered the Amazon's original watersource in 1971. At nearly 4,000 miles long, the Amazon River is the largest and longest river in the world.
Curran's Editor-at-Large Kevin Sessums visits the artist Holly Rae Taylor in her Vermont home and studio.
The Curran joins forces with GLAAD to celebrate Spirit Day with an inspiring video of the Tony Award-winning musical's anthem of inclusiveness, "Ring of Keys."
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.
The story of Elliot Smith's binaural head recording in the 90s.
ECLIPSED playwright and The Walking Dead star Danai Gurira talks to the Curran's editor-in-chief, Kevin Sessums, about Shakespeare, Zimbabwe and that place where her artistic juice resides.
Gracie Hays talks to ECLIPSED's Tony-winning Costume Designer, Clint Ramos, about finding community, conquering fear, and the uses of sandpaper