Brava’s New Year’s Eve Comedy Fiesta, now in its fifth year, will lead the charge into uncharted territory (aka the New Year) with a diverse line up of satirically endowed, provocatively charming, woke, witty, and acclaimed stand up comedians.
Celebrate Golden Thread’s 20th Anniversary with a concert featuring world-class musicians: Marcus Shelby, Naomi Shalhoub, and Freddy Clarke. Hosted by #GoodMuslimBadMuslim’s Zahra Noorbakhsh, this wonderful event will feature favorite songs from past Golden Thread shows like Isfahan Blues, Love Missile, and The Fifth String.
We invite you to a unique staged reading/benefit to uplift our local community, respond to Orlando and the current status quo, and present stories by a terrific mix of established and emerging playwrights.
Dangerous Beauties theatrical production Femme explores these favorite tales from Scheherazade to Dorothy in the land of Oz, reimagined in a different voice, with a different flair and perhaps a different choice of villain, hero, or heroine. Join us for a holiday kick-off show you are sure to talk about over and over again as we walk down memory lane through your favorite bedtime stories.
Back by popular demand with new original songs, Brava! for Women in the Arts and 3 López Productions present El Son de la Misión, a musical suite composed by multi-instrumentalist, composer, arranger and educator John Calloway and a script from renowned actor, playwright, theatre director and educator, Carlos Baron.
Amigos de la Peña del Sur gather to pay homage to Fernando Romero, who has been quintessential to the careers of so many musicians from Latino America.
Latin Standards is Marga Gomez's funny and moving new solo piece about fathers, entertainment, wealth, poverty and café cubano.
Former Professor in International Politics and bestselling author, Dr. Michael Salla, reveals compelling evidence of military, corporate and government run secret space programs dealing with highly advanced technologies withheld from the public.
Come see original plays written by fifth graders from SFUSD, inspired by works of visual art at the de Young Museum, and performed as staged readings by professional actors with music by The Write-Ons.
World renowned star Alla Kushnir along with guest artists present a gala show and belly dance competition. The winner will be crowned Queen of the Rhythm!
Diaspora Arts Connection proudly presents the acclaimed Iranian-Australian soprano Shirin Majd, as musical director, and the internationally recognized actor, choreographer, and dancer Shahrokh Moshkin Ghalam, in Rebirth, a combined art performance inspired by the treasured poetry of contemporary female Iranian poet Forough Farrokhzad.
Mares: Myths, Migrations and the Mothers of Flamenco, a Flamenco dance performance inspired by controversial female Flamenco artists of the 20th century, is an exploration into the shaping of tradition by breaking with tradition.
The San Francisco Electronic Music Festival returns with performances by L.A. experimental rap trio, clipping, Norwegian virtuoso Maja S.K. Ratkje, and veteran New York circuit bender, Arcane Device.
Stop by Brava Theater Center on Saturday, August 27, when we fling open our doors and invite the public in to meet Brava’s friendly staff, tour the historic landmark theater, and peruse the oh-so-many items we’ve accumulated over the last two decades – costumes, vintage clothes, stage props, frames, vases, antiques, household goods, kitchenware, sound equipment, fabric, and so much more!