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Nightlife Events April 26 - May 3

Wednesday Apr 25, 2018
Just dance, perhaps prance, groove and move. You'll be as beautiful as the art in the Louvres.

Unconnected dots

By Jim Gladstone | Wednesday Apr 25, 2018
I've never read Jessica Hagedorn's novel The Gangster of Love.

New adventures in French Baroque

By Tim Pfaff | Wednesday Apr 25, 2018
Diversity and representation are banging on the doors of the world's concert halls and operas houses in ways those institutions ignore at their peril.

Two masters of symphonic repertoire

By Philip Campbell | Wednesday Apr 25, 2018
Two weeks of concerts by the San Francisco Symphony at Davies Symphony Hall have included the Orchestra debut of British conductor Daniel Harding and the return of old favorite Yan Pascal Tortelier, in to replace previously scheduled Charles Dutoit.

The Other Michelangelo: Antonioni

By Erin Blackwell | Wednesday Apr 25, 2018
When I first saw Antonioni films as a young actress, I was spellbound by their beauty, intelligence, rigor, elegance, design, grasp, reach, generosity, compositions, and montage.

OK thriller, better subplot

By David-Elijah Nahmod | Wednesday Apr 25, 2018
Lesbian-owned Wolfe Video offers the crime thriller "Russian Doll," which offers a better subplot than its main story.

Real grifters, real artists, real scandal

By Victoria A. Brownworth | Wednesday Apr 25, 2018
And now let us praise Famous Men. "Genius: Picasso," which premiered April 24, is spectacular. Where Nat Geo's "Einstein" at times felt like work and not a little punishing, "Picasso" is mesmerizing.

Arts Events April 26- May 3

By Events Editor | Wednesday Apr 25, 2018
More arts events open this weekend, in abundance, including epic dramas, beautiful ballets, and literary luminaries.

No masterpiece by Jean-Luc Godard

By David Lamble | Wednesday Apr 25, 2018
The new docudrama "Godard Mon Amour" (opens Friday) is, like many of the cinema artifacts associated with the now 87-year-old elder statesman of the 1960s French New Wave film school, a political-sexual-philosophical jigsaw puzzle.

OK thriller, better subplot

By David-Elijah Nahmod | Wednesday Apr 25, 2018
Lesbian-owned Wolfe Video offers the crime thriller "Russian Doll," which offers a better subplot than its main story.

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