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.
Last December, Curran hosted the San Francisco premiere of the film FENCES, which has been adapted into a motion picture by the late August Wilson. Here, filmographer Ezra Hurwitz, captures the exciting night.
Leah Crocetto talks about what its like when your dreams come true and sings Kander and Ebb's "A Quiet Thing."
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."
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.
Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom on Jerry Garcia, Carole Shorentstein Hays, and the creative team behind the success of FUN HOME.
Courtney Love and Todd Almond, who starred with her in his KANSAS CITY CHOIR BOY, talk about their love of PJ Harvey and Patti Smith - and Courtney sing's Harvey's "To Bring You My Love."
Jonathan Groff talks to Kevin Sessums about his love of both San Francisco and the Curran - and sings "I'd Rather Be Sailing."
How could we not inaugurate this series with this one - Tony Bennett and Judy Garland singing about leaving their hearts in San Francisco. Garland even appeared on the Curran stage for four weeks in May and June of 1952 as part of her Palace Tour and announced her marriage to Sid Luft from her Curran dressing room.
San Francisco favorite Alan Cumming kicks off THE CURRAN[T]'s A Cappella Cabaret, by giving us an exclusive sneak peek at his next cabaret act. Listen to his version of Pink's "Just Give Me a Reason."
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