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.
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Students at two ECLIPSED matinees inspire us through their engagement with and commitment to themes and history of ECLIPSED.
An advocate for uncontacted tribes explores what’s at stake for all of us when their communities are threatened.
Novelist Carol Bensimon looks at how we see the wilderness, from Manaus to Mendocino.
Local Zambian writer, Namwali Serpell, looks at how ECLIPSED speaks to Liberia's history, and our own by examining the local and global feminisms that run through ECLIPSED.
Bruce Glikas for Playbill
The Curran, which is now home to Danai Gurira’s award-winning play, ECLIPSED, will continue a poignant & moving tradition that began during the play’s original Broadway run.
Director Liesl Tommy rehearses the Curran cast of Danai Gurira's riveting play about resilience and hope.
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.