Stuart J. Thompson, a prolific Broadway producer and general manager whose productions won six Tony Awards. Photo credit: Marc Bryan-Brown

Remembering Stuart Thompson

Today we joined our Broadway community to celebrate the life of prolific theatrical producer, manager and friend Stuart Thompson with a dimming of our marquee lights. Stuart's career flourished on Broadway and many of his productions happily played San Francisco, a city he loved. He leaves a legacy of great talent behind.

August 22, 2017


Mapping Taylor Mac

Attendees are traveling from the world over to experience the extravaganza. See our community on this interactive map!

July 24, 2017


San Francisco: 1776-1840

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.

May 11, 2017


Mission High School students at March 2017 Curran ECLIPSED Student Matinee

Little Fang Photography

Two Matinees and Two Thousand Students

Students at two ECLIPSED matinees inspire us through their engagement with and commitment to themes and history of ECLIPSED.

March 15, 2017


A few of the Awá people, in the Brazilian rainforest.

Survival International

Let them Live!

An advocate for uncontacted tribes explores what’s at stake for all of us when their communities are threatened.

May 1, 2017


Back to the Garden

Novelist Carol Bensimon looks at how we see the wilderness, from Manaus to Mendocino.

April 28, 2017


Liberian Girl

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.

March 2, 2017


Bono and the Broadway cast of ECLIPSED

Bruce Glikas for Playbill

Know Her Name

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.

March 2, 2017


Liesl and the Ladies of ECLIPSED

Director Liesl Tommy rehearses the Curran cast of Danai Gurira's riveting play about resilience and hope.

February 20, 2017


Carole welcomes a new audience to the Curran. Alison Bechdel, FUN HOME cast (L) and the Hays family (R) look on. (c) Drew Altizer

Little Fang Photography

Opening Night at the Curran

On January 25th, the newly-renovated Curran reopened after two years of reconstruction. The inaugural show, FUN HOME, was a stunning success.

February 2, 2017