Brava! for Women in the Arts owns and operates the Brava Theater Center.
Brava produces, presents, and cultivates the artistic expression of women, people of color, youth, LGBTQIA, and other underrepresented voices.
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Audible presents the 17th annual SF Sketchfest January 11-28, 2018, with more than 200 shows featuring top comedic talents performing in 15 venues across the city.
In her 12th and final solo play Latin Standards Marga Gomez performs the loving, funny and true story of perseverance and creative addiction passed down from immigrant father to lesbian daughter.
Slate’s beloved advice columnist, Mallory Ortberg, will be joined by special guests for lively conversation and to tackle tough issues with her trademark frankness and charm.
Explore the folkloric music style of Veracruz during a week-long festival of live music, community fandango, workshops with master artists, and youth activities when Brava presents the 6th Annual San Francisco Son Jarocho Festival.
Brava and BACCE present So Soul San Francisco: Black Art Salons Kick Off & Dance Party
San Francisco Youth Theatre presents Caitlin Parrish's The Burials, a play that looks at how high school youth affected by gun violence examine their place and value in the world.
Evening of Comedy
Mock the man who makes a mockery of the presidency
Help Kevin Seaman solve the world’s testosterone problem in this preview of his debut solo show #femmasculine.