Acclaimed author and critic Daniel Mendelsohn takes his godson to see the musical on Broadway.
The Story of SF's Fanciest 'Fun Home' That Never Was
Kevin Sessums conquers his fear of heights and communes with the Curran's ghosts - and a crafty old codger named Jed - while doing it.
In October 1961, Lenny Bruce was arrested in San Francisco for violating the city’s obscenity laws but was back the next month appearing at the Curran. Gracie Hays not only talks to San Franciscans who dug Bruce back then but also digs up a couple of Herb Caen quotes about the controversial comedian.
The Curran's leader welcomes you to our new venture.
Carole Shorenstein Hays unveils the Curran's newest video as she readies the Curran itself for its own unveiling in just a few more weeks.
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."
Carole Shorenstein Hays tells us why she feels so comfortable at San Francisco's landmark hotel and takes us inside Nancy Pelosi's Ultimate Women's Power Luncheon held there each year.
Curran Editor-in-Chief Kevin Sessums gazes upon the Curran's newly refurbished chandelier and recalls the star who once shared its light, Kristin Chenoweth of WICKED fame.
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Having been the premiere entertainment venue in San Francisco for nearly a century now and filled over these past hundred years with many spirited characters (actors are haunted types), the Curran, in turn, is widely considered to be one of the city’s most haunted places and has become a key destination for ghost-hunting enthusiasts.