Immediately following the comedy performances "Brava's Countdown Dance Party" with DJ Mark Mark, no-host bar, party hats and midnight champagne will run into the wee hours of 2014. Proceeds benefit Brava Theater Center.
Get into the holiday spirit with “La Posarela”! This bilingual musical blends the Mexican folk traditions of las Posadas and las Pastorelas and spices them up with music, social commentary and humor.
An annual San Francisco music festival dedicated to the nueva canción movement in solidarity with Latin-American struggles for social justice.
A special flamenco holiday celebration from Jerez de la Frontera, Spain!
Ignite is a night of speedy presentations. We have 16 great speakers, with a wide range of interesting topics -cryptography, what happens when you flush in SF, love of letters, bar trivia and more.
A benefit for AIM-WEST featuring three irresistible Indian bands!
nspired by Octavio Paz’s essay collection, The Labyrinth of Solitude, Evelina Fernandez’s acclaimed play explores universal themes of life, love and loss woven through the consciousness of multi-generations of Chicano life and culture.
We will be incorporating a wide range of subtle Sound Healing techniques from the Institute to activate each chakra and massage your etheric fields.
Bay Area Latin American singers, dancers, musicians and poets pay homage to the great composer, Chabuca Granda, on the 30 years anniversary of her departure.
8th Annual Bay Area Flamenco Festival presents, GEMA MONEO, Rising Star of Gypsy Flamenco Dance from Jerez de la Frontera!
Voter Registration, Education and Outreach Project. Award Ceremony and Reception.
The 14th Annual San Francisco Electronic Music Festival is returning to Brava Theater Center, Friday-Sunday, September 13-15, with a dizzying array of music and sound, featuring Navajo chamber music composer, Raven Chacon and Laetitia Sonami, performing a new work developed with early electronic music pioneer Eliane Radigue.
On a Wednesday in 2005, Matthew Passmore and his Design Studio, Rebar, converted a single parking space into a public park.
In A. Zell William’s tense two-hander, Black activist and lawyer, Rehema Salaam (Brit Frazier), the daughter of an Oakland Black Panther - who sits on Death Row for the murder of an Oakland Police Officer - is locked in a room and in conflict with Kathryn Tinney (Lisa Anne Porter), the daughter of the murdered officer, in an effort to heal their open wounds - decades after the event that changed both of their lives forever.
Join us for a night filled with comedic powerhouses that will make you laugh your way into Pride.
Cuicacalli presents Master Workshops in Contemporary Mexican Folklorico
This Was Queerlesque is an intergenerational burlesque and cabaret show that explores the queer history of burlesque and exotic dance.