Wednesday, January 11 I Underground Sound When’s the last time a new music series opened in San Francisco? How about a new series that occurs in a theater and is devoted to popular music? And rock. And World music and classical music, individuals, ensembles, acoustic, electric–though mostly acoustic cause the theater contains only 70 seats. Even if you’re in the last row (which would be row 8), you’re not all that far from the performers. It’s essentially an intimate concert hall. This week’s performance features: Kato-Vento Brazilian Music Project, Joe Klocek and Tom Sway. Read the rest of this entry »
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We love the Bay Area, and one of the reasons why is the diversity of its strong, artistic communities. There is just so much going on! So it only makes sense that one of our longtime Bay Area producers would represent a variety of different San Francisco happenings: Pachtman Theatrics.
In addition to working with a ton of Bay Area performers, including BPT favorites like W. Kamau Bell, Bruce Pachtman produces three monthly events at StageWerx in Union Square: Solo Sundays, Previously Secret Information and Underground Sound.
Solo Sundays is a monthly showcase, focusing on select samplings of veteran virtuosos and top emerging talent in solo performance, from stand-up to storytelling to multimedia projects. Coming up this Sunday, August 28: “Meeting My Father,” where a woman meets her father who she had thought was dead for the past 20 years, “Be Careful What You Wish For,” where a woman in hard times has to make an even harder decision about whether to escape her past or stick to her roots, and “Jurassic Arc,” where a man goes on a religious mission to make a film showing man and dinosaur walking side-by-side. Read the rest of this entry »