As Brava's flagship program, Brava Presents delivers an eclectic array of music, theatre, dance, visual, and media art works in collaboration with local artists and arts organizations with a focus on cultivating opportunities for the artistic expression of women, artists of color, the LGBTQIA community, and other underrepresented voices.
Brava Presents Events
A haunting and beautiful new play written by Marisela Treviño Orta and directed by Mary Guzmán.
"Perhaps it was just the cry of a woman wanting freedom." A Mexican American story and world premiere play written and directed by Cherríe Moraga.
In the binary world of gay men, Kevin Seaman wants it all! Help Kevin Seaman solve the world’s testosterone problem in this preview of his debut solo show #femmasculine.
A documentary film by Malena Juanatey that tells the story of two US citizens, Olga Talamante and Patricia Erb, who were detained and tortured in Argentina during the country’s Dirty War.
In this preview performance of Love in the Time of Piñatas, Baruch Porras Hernandez uses comedy, storytelling, Rainbow Brite, and horny Piñatas to explore what lies at the end of the Queer Mexican immigrant road.
Brava's annual event takes over the streets and alleys of the Mission to celebrate and preserve the neighborhood’s living cultural heritage.
A benefit for Brava! for Women in the Arts
Presented by Black Artists Contemporary Cultural Experience in association with Brava
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