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Arts Events, March 15-22

By Jim Provenzano | Friday Mar 16, 2018
Overture, hit the lights. This is it, the night or nights ... or the matinee. Timing is everything. For nightlife fun, see this week's On the Tab.

On the Tab :: March 15 - 22

Thursday Mar 15, 2018
I'd go out, with Ides about, Ideas will out. Go out and see the parties. Ides dare you to.

Coming out in love

By David-Elijah Nahmod | Wednesday Mar 14, 2018
A best-selling teen novel has become this spring's most charming gay film.

Monster Mash

By Paul Parish | Wednesday Mar 14, 2018
The atmosphere was electric in the Opera House last Thursday for San Francisco Ballet's revival of "Frankenstein."

Mama's Girl

By Sari Staver | Wednesday Mar 14, 2018
For decades, comic actress Vicki Lawrence has had an enthusiastic following in the gay community, but she still isn't sure exactly why.

Mid-March OT playlist

By Roberto Friedman | Wednesday Mar 14, 2018
We all thrilled to singer-songwriter Sufjan Stevens crooning "Mystery of Love" from "Call Me By Your Name," nominated for Best Original Song, at the Academy Awards earlier this month.

Guest Conductor Roulette

By Philip Campbell | Wednesday Mar 14, 2018
For the past two weeks at Davies Symphony Hall, the San Francisco Symphony played host to a pair of talented guest conductors.

Stephen Sondheim's baby steps

By Richard Dodds | Wednesday Mar 14, 2018
"Saturday Night" was supposed to be Stephen Sondheim's first Broadway musical, and the 66-year journey to its San Francisco premiere as part of 42nd Street Moon's season has been one filled with bumps and detours along the way.

The ends of the affair

By Tim Pfaff | Wednesday Mar 14, 2018
I wouldn't call voyeurism the theme of Alan Hollinghurst's absorbing new novel "The Sparsholt Affair" (Knopf), but it is its seed, its germ.

Opening-night jitters behind the scenes

By Richard Dodds | Wednesday Mar 14, 2018
There's a marvelous scene in the second act of Terrence McNally's "It's Only a Play" in which a self-involved wunderkind director has a meltdown, reverting to childhood as he reenacts a scene between his innocently sensitive self and his gruff father.

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