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Eye Zen Presents’ new theater experience dedicated to the S.F. disco queen is fabulous in spite of obstacles.
Pippi Lovestocking, a co-founder of drag club Trannyshack with Heklina, is facing a long road of recovery after amputations. But she hasn’t lost her trademark humor.
The show will go on with a New York star playing the role of Dorothy.
The month-long residency at North Beach’s Club Fugazi will be the first time the S.F. drag legend has performed her signature show since 2020.
From floating castles, simplified costumes and a special cow puppet, here’s how the production coming to the Curran is reinventing a classic.
From Burning Man to South of Market nightlife, the American Conservatory Theater production pays homage to Bay Area culture and queer history.
The drag charity group’s community award was rescinded by the L.A. team. But who have the glam nuns actually offended?
The late drag performer is remembered as a “Viking warrior” who lived fearlessly and challenged the conventions of drag to immeasurably change the S.F. scene.
”Mother” and Oasis cofounder, named for the Icelandic Volcano, was in London performing with Peaches Christ at time of death.
The longtime S.F. resident, who co-founded ”Trannyshack” and Oasis nightclub, was in London for performances with Peaches Christ at the time of death.
The award-winning star of "Pose" plans to focus on his pop music with nods to his other career highlights.
Why stop at 'Spiderman?' The congressman's song-and-dance resume could use some polishing
With cardboard, tape and string, Italian performer Ennio Marchetto transforms into celebrities — and brings Chronicle columnist Tony Bravo with him.
"Do You Hear What We Hear?" brings the drag duo back to the city after more than a decade.
More than two years after the pandemic postponed her show, Bernadette Peters is set to perform a program of Broadway classics with the San Francisco Symphony.
The "Pose" star wants to offer an escape from the news cycle with her new cabaret show coming to Feinstein's at the Nikko on Thursday-Saturday, June 23-25.
Costume designer Catherine Zuber and scenic designer Michael Yeargan pay homage to Broadway classic's design while also subverting expectations.
"RuPaul’s Drag Race" fan favorite queen tackles classic pop culture through Marvel-inspired cabaret act.
A decade later, the casting of a cisgender actor in a transgender role still feels painful for Bay Area trans theater makers.
In January, the company is also scheduled to present a solo work by comedian Mike Birbiglia and host six conversations with writer Fran Lebowitz.