Bay Area Theater Bonanza

by Chris Narloch

When the sweltering Sacramento summer gets too bad for me to bear, I head for the hills -- the Berkeley hills, that is, or the hilly streets of San Francisco.

During our recent 100*+ heat wave, I cooled off in the Bay Area with some musical theater.

 

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Kick Off July At The Crest With ‘Monterey Pop’

by Chris Narloch

If you’re not doing anything this Saturday evening, July 1st, I suggest you make plans to see one of the most electrifying concert films ever made, when the historic Crest Theatre screens ‘Monterey Pop’ to celebrate the film’s 50th Anniversary.

The first film of its kind, this inventive classic chronicles the 1967 music festival and the incredible talent that was present: Jimi Hendrix, Otis Redding, The Beach Boys, Jefferson Airplane, Simon and Garfunkel, The Grateful Dead, The Who, The Mamas and the Papas, Big Brother and the Holding Company, The Byrds, and more amazing stars of the day.

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Enjoy A ‘Roman Holiday’ This WeekendStephanie Styles and Drew Gehling

By Chris Narloch, photos by Joan Marcus

With temperatures heading upwards of 100 degrees this weekend, I can think of no better road trip than one to a cooler climate such as San Francisco.

And this weekend would be the perfect time to make the short drive over to the Bay Area for another reason as well.

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Celebrate Pride with Music & Laughs at Feinstein’s In S.F.

by Chris Narloch

There are so many gay-friendly shows coming to Feinstein’s at the Nikko in San Francisco that I hardly know where to begin.

In June alone, you can celebrate Pride with headliners such as Katya Smirnoff Skyy, Spencer Day, Lorna Luft, and Marga Gomez.

Read on for details about all four of those shows.

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Pirates, Aliens & The Coen Brothers At The Movies

by Chris Narloch

Poor Tom Cruise. His new reboot of “The Mummy” is receiving some of the worst reviews of any movie released so far this year.

Since I am not a FOT (Fan Of Tom), and I haven’t seen that film, I won’t add to Cruise’s grief here.

If you really have to see for yourself just how bad it is, you can check out “The Mummy” at Sacramento’s Esquire IMAX on K Street or at one of the gazillion multiplex screens on which it is playing.

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