What do high school lunches and Broadway plays have in common? John Green explains.
Taylor Mac sat down with KQED's Chloe Veltman to talk about A 24-DECADE HISTORY OF POPULAR MUSIC and the process behind creating it.
Taylor Mac and his Dandy minions, radical faeries, Pacific Heights dads (...and more!) take to the streets of SF to celebrate our history and communities.
Mike Doughty tells the story of Elliot Smith's binaural head recording at the Sunset Sound Factory in the 90s.
Simon McBurney and Complicite's other creatives explore how consciousness has driven the creation and execution of THE ENCOUNTER.
Simon McBurney on how the exploration of Solitude has driven the creation and execution of THE ENCOUNTER, an immersive theater experience with binaural headphones.
Danny Glover joined us at Curran's ECLIPSED student matinee for a powerful post-show dedication to kidnapped and missing girls from the school in Chibok, Northern Nigeria, infamously taken by the Boko Haram years prior—and many of whom are missing til this day.
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."