Taylor Mac may be known for outrageous costumes, but that fabulousness extends to the audience as well!
The Mayoruna tribe are indigenous to the Peruvian and Brazilian Amazon. Mayoruna directly translates to “river people” in the Quechua language - although some call the tribe "cat people."
Loren McIntyre discovered the Amazon's original watersource in 1971. At nearly 4,000 miles long, the Amazon River is the largest and longest river in the world.
Loren McIntyre: the American explorer, photojournalist and author whose true life story inspired author Petru Popescu to write his best-selling book and inspiration to THE ENCOUNTER, Amazon Beaming.
The cast of ECLIPSED photographed at Curran's historic stage door alleyway.
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Curran's Editor-at-Large Kevin Sessums visits the artist Holly Rae Taylor in her Vermont home and studio.
The ground-breaking FUN HOME is the latest theater work to explore, dramatize, and otherwise celebrate the family dynamic. As we anticipate the arrival of FUN HOME, we also celebrate real life Bay Area families. To conclude our Family Portraits series, we are excited to introduce the Cordoba family of five from Castro Valley.
The ground-breaking FUN HOME is the latest theater work to explore, dramatize, and otherwise celebrate the family dynamic. As we anticipate the arrival of FUN HOME, we also celebrate real life Bay Area families. Here are Jayne and Jocelyn, students at the Oakland School for the Arts, both pursuing the love of music they were raised on.
Thirteen years ago this week Suzan-Lori Parks' groundbreaking, Pulitzer Prize winning play TOPDOG/ UNDERDOG was performed at the Curran Theatre. Gracie Hays talks with her mom, Carole Shorenstein Hays about what her experience was like as the show's lead producer.
Five years ago this week the Curran hosted the US premiere of this incredibly unforgettable production, directed by Sam Mendes and starring Kevin Spacey.
Photo: Manuel Harlan for Vogue