Director Liesl Tommy rehearses the Curran cast of Danai Gurira's riveting play about resilience and hope.
Little Fang Photography
On January 25th, the newly-renovated Curran reopened after two years of reconstruction. The inaugural show, FUN HOME, was a stunning success.
A continuation of 'Two Parties, Two Casts, Two Cities: One Show'.
"Lesbians aren't the only ones who should see this show." Wise words from one of the younger stars of the FUN HOME touring cast as they wrap their stint in Chicago. See what they're bringing to sunny California this January.
Carol. Stagehands and stage stars. The ghosts of Marilyn Monroe and Bette Davis. Meredith Willson. And just wait to you see the bathrooms.
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.
This year, the Curran is hosting the annual Techapella concert -- the first in San Francisco.
Kevin Sessums recalls the closing weekend of the 5-time Tony Award winning musical, FUN HOME, on Broadway. Part one of 'Two Parties, Two Casts, Two Cities: One Show'.
Take a voyage with the Curran crew through the three-month journey of our refusbished chandelier!
Artisan Lynn Hessler talks about why the Curran is a sacred place to her
San Francisco Public Library
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.
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