Issue:  Vol. 48 / No. 7 / 15 February 2018


Out & About

Creature From the Black Lagoon's hunky stunt man Ricou Browning. See New and Classic Films @ Castro Theatre, Thu. 26.
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So, what are you wearing this weekend? Straps? Chaps? Drag? A bag? It seems some kinky folks get more creative each year, from cosplay to animal fetish fun. You can check out all the kinky leathery events going on this week in our newly merged BARtab weekly section, which includes Leather columnist Scott Brogan's expanded rundown of kinktastic events, as well as On the Town columnist Donna Sachet, and John F. Karr's saucy porn review.

For now, here at Out & About, we remain a tad vanilla, if not a bit skittish about the Folsom-fest. The possibility of once again viewing a dom dressed like a giraffe flogging a sub dressed like a Smurf is... Not that there's anything wrong with that. It's just... different.

For some, funny costumes can be a turn-on, if you know there's a hunk or babe underneath. As a kid, Creature From the Black Lagoon fascinated me so much, it was one of my first handmade monster masks. Now, if I'd only known that the guy under the suit was hunky stunt man Ricou Browning, I would have had an even greater appreciation of his talent.

Whether you enjoy your thrills in the cinema or the sin-ematic streets, have fun, and dress up, or down, however you like. You can dress like a dog or a baby. Just don't bring any real dogs or babies, mm-kay?


Events Sept. 26–Oct. 3, 2013

Thu 26

1776 @ Geary Theatre

American Conservatory Theatre's new production of Sherman Edwards and Peter Stone's multiple Tony Award-winning 1969 musical about America's founding fathers and the signing of the Declaration of Independence. $20-$87. Tue-Sat 8pm. Wed, Sat & Sun 2pm. Thru Oct. 6. 415 Geary St. 749-2228.

Band Fags @ New Conservatory Theatre Center

West Coast premiere of Frank Anthony Polito's stage adaptation of his witty novel about gay teenagers at a 1980s Detroit high school marching band. $25-$45. Wed-Sat 8pm. Sun 2pm. Thru Oct 13. 25 Van Ness Ave at Market. 861-8972.

Bay One-Acts Festival @ Tides Theatre

Annual festival presents world premieres of more than a dozen works by local and other U.S. playwrights. $20-$40. Various dates and times thru Oct. 5. 533 Sutter St. 2nd floor. 240-3431.

Beautiful, The Carole King Musical @ Curran Theatre

Song-filled show about the early life and career of the hit-making singer-songwriter. $50-$210. Tue-Sat 8pm. Wed, Sat & Sun 2pm (a few variations). Thru Oct. 20. 445 Geary St. at Mason. (888) 746-1799.

Bodytraffic @ ODC Theater

Los Angeles repertory company performs hybrid dances (ballet meets hip hop!) by Barak Marshall, Richard Siegel, and a preview of a new work by Kyle Abraham. $20-$35. Thu-Sun 8pm. Sept. 29 7pm. Thru Sept. 29. 3153 17th St. 863-9834.

Bonnie & Clyde @ Ashby Stage, Berkeley

Shotgun Players performs Adam Peck's dramatic adaptation of the story of the infamous Southern bank-robbing couple. $20-$35. Wed & Thu 7pm. Fri & Sat 8pm. Sun 5pm. Thru Sept. 29. 1901 Ashby Ave., Berkeley. (510) 841-6500.

Buried Child @ Magic Theatre

Revival production of Sam Shepard's Pulitzer Prize-winning drama about a truly messed up family. $20-$60. Tue 7pm. Wed-Sat 8pm. Sun 2:30pm. Thru Oct 6. Fort Mason Center, Bldg. D, 3rd floor, 2 Marina Blvd. 441-8822.

Comedy Bodega @ Esta Noche

Marga Gomez hosts the last of the weekly LGBT- and queer-friendly comedy night at the Mission club, with guest Scott Capurro (the new weekly event will be Esta Noche Comedy Thursdays, hosted by other comics). No cover; one-drink min. 8pm. 307916th St.

Faculty Recital @ SF Conservatory of Music

Ian Swensen (violin) with Paul Katz (cello) and Pei-shan Lee (piano) perform Chopin's Piano Trio in G Minor, Op. 8; Enescu's Violin Sonata No. 3 in A Minor, Op. 25 and Beethoven's Piano Trio in B-flat Major, Op. 11 "Gassenhauer." $15-$20. 8pm. 50 Oak St. at Van Ness Ave. 503-6275.

Geezer @ The Marsh

Veteran comedian Geoff Hoyle returns with his solo show about aging (not-so) gracefully. $25-$100. Wed & Thu 8pm. Sat 5pm. Thru Oct. 26. 1062 Valencia St. at 22nd. 826-5750.

J.D. 'Okhai Ojeikere @ MOAD

J.D. 'Okhai Ojeikere: Sartorial Moments and the Nearness of Yesterday and Gordon Parks: Photographs at His Centennial; both thru Sept. 29. Museum of the African Diaspora, 685 Mission St. at 3rd. 358-7200.

Joe Goode Performance Group. photo: R.J. Muna

Joe Goode Performance Group @ Z Space

World premiere of Hush, a dance-theatre story of inter-related characters whose lives are alternately silenced and silencing; sound score by Sudhu Tewari, music by Ben Juodvalkis. $15-$70. Thu-Sat 8pm. Sun 3pm. Thru Oct. 5. 450 Florida St. (866) 811-4111.

Leather & Feathers @ The Armory

AIDS Emergency Fund's festive 31st anniversary gala, with drag and/or leather dress code at the expansive studios. Enjoy cocktails, food, dress-up contests and a live music set by Brian Kent. MCs Donna Sachet and Sister Roma. $125 and up. 1800 Mission St.

Michael Alago @ Hat Rac Gallery, Oakland

Photographer and music industry veteran signs copies of his third coffee table book, Beautiful Imperfections, an eclectic combination of landscapes and tattooed male hunks. 10% of proceeds goes to The Wellness Project. 6pm-10pm. 1714 Franklin St. Oakland. (510) 463-7761.

New and Classic Films @ Castro Theatre

Cleverly-paired double features include: Sept 26, Soylent Green (7pm) and Idiocracy (5:10, 8:55). Sept. 27: The Changeling (7pm) and The Shining (9:10). Sept. 28: Thank God It's Friday (2:15, 7pm) and Boogie Nights (4:05, 8:50). Sept. 29: 3D features The House of Wax (3:35, 7pm) and Creature From the Black Lagoon (5:20, 8:45), plus the whimsical documentary Watch Horror Films: Keep America Strong (2pm). Oct. 1: Out of Sight and 3:10 to Yuma. Oct. 2: Frances Ha. Oct. 3: Drive and Only God Forgives. $8.50-$12. 429 Castro St.

Regina Carter

Regina Carter @ SF Jazz Center

The prolific violinist performs with guests Jenny Scheinman and Sara Caswell. $25-$55. 7:30pm. 201 Franklin St. (866) 920-5299.

Shocktoberfest 14: Jack the Ripper @ Hypnodrome

Thrillpeddlers' new show takes on a creepy-fun Halloween theme, with Grand Guignol-styled tales of the famous London serial killer, plus the one-act Salome and more fun. $25-$35. Thu-Sat 8pm. Thru Nov 23. (800) 838-3006.

Stephen Jimenez @ Books Inc.

Author of the controversial The Book of Matt: Hidden Truths about the Murder of Matthew Shepard discusses his book. 7:30pm. 2275 Market St. 864-6777.

Strange Shorts @ Oddball Films

Unusual vintage short films, Thursdays and Fridays. This week, Homoneaurotica: Subliminating Sexuality, including several gay short films: Scorpio Rising (Kenneth Anger), and Swim and Live , a WWII Navy instructional film featuring hunky sailors. Sept. 27, Money Manners and Capital Games: Asset-Kicking Edutainment. Each $10. 8pm. 275 Capp St. 558-8117.

To Sleep and Dream @ Z Below

Theatre Rhinoceros' production of John Fisher's new play about people struggling with family and romantic entanglements. $15-$30. Wed-Sat 8pm. Sun 7pm (Oct 6 3pm). Thru Sept. 22. 470 Florida St. at 17th.

Tommy Tune

Tommy Tune @ Feinstein's at the Nikko

The veteran award-winning choreographer performs his semi-autobiographical musical show, "Taps, Tunes and Tall Tales." $30-$65. Thu & Fri 8pm. Sat 7pm. Thru Sept. 28. Hotel Nikko, 222 Mason St. 394-1111.



Fri 27

After the Revolution @ Aurora Theatre, Berkeley

Amy Herzog's drama about a woman who discovers her family's history isn't the proud radical tradition she thought it was. $32-$60. Tue 7pm. Wed-Sat 8pm. Sun 2pm, & 7pm. Thru Oct. 6. 2801 Addison St., Berkeley. (510) 843-4822.

All's Well That Ends Well @ Forest Meadows Ampitheatre, San Rafael

Marin Shakespeare Company's production of The Bard's romantic comedy of mixed and missed affections. $20-$37.50. 8pm. Fri-Sun 8pm. Thru Sept 28. 890 Belle Ave, Dominican University of California, San Rafael.

Arousal, The Lover @ Phoenix Theatre Annex

Two one-acts about straight romantic couples with an unusual edge; George Pfirrmann's new play, and Harold Pinter's darkly comic piece. $10-$25. Fri, Sat 8pm. Sun 2pm. Thru Sept. 28. 414 Mason St. 6th floor. 289-2000.

Beach Blanket Babylon @ Club Fugazi

Musical comedy revue, now in its 35th year, with an ever-changing lineup of political and pop culture icons, all in gigantic wigs. Reg: $25-$130. Wed, Thu, Fri at 8pm. Sat 6:30, 9:30pm. Sun 2pm, 5pm. (Beer/wine served; cash only). 678 Beach Blanket Babylon Blvd (Green St.). 421-4222.

Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane @ YBCA

Exhibit and series of events celebrating the 30th anniversary of the innovative dance company and its diverse collaborators. Included are several offsite performances and discussion panels. Free/$10. Thru Nov. 3. Also, Kota Ezawa's Boardwalk, an installation tribute to the Seaside Heights boardwalk (which was just destroyed by fire after barely enduring Hurrican Sandy). Thru Nov. 30. Also, Migrating Identities, an eight-artist exhibition visualizing cultural diversity in the U.S. 701 Mission St. 979-2787.


Chanticleer @ Lafayette-Orinda Presbyterian Church; St. Francis Church, Sacramento

The Grammy-winning men's a cappella ensemble performs She Said/He Said, a concert of music from their upcoming CD Someone New; music and texts explore the feminine ideal by Hildegard von Bingen and Tom's Luis de Victoria; the harmony and tension between the sexes by Maurice Ravel, Johannes Brahms, and Fanny and Felix Mendelssohn; and a new arrangement of Joni Mitchell's "Both Sides Now." $20-$50. Lafayette-Orinda Presbyterian Church, 49 Knox Drive. St. Francis of Assisi, 26th St, Sacramento. 252-8589.

Ella, the Musical @ Center Repertory Theatre, Walnut Creek

Musical adaptation of the life of singer Ella Fitzgerald, performed by the North Bay theatre company. $37-$64. 8pm. Wed 7:30pm. Thu-Sat 8pm. Sun 2:30pm. Thru Oct. 12. 1601 Civic Drive, Walnut Creek. (925) 943-7469.

Foodies, the Musical @ Shelton Theater

Morris Bobrow's musical comedy revue of songs and sketches about food. $32-$34. Fri & Sat 8pm. Open run. 533 Sutter St. (800) 838-3006.

Josh Klipp and The Klipptones @ Palace Hotel

The local jazz crooner and his band perform weekly shows at the hotel's lounge, which draws a growing swing-dance audience. 7pm-11pm. 2 New Montgomery.


Macbeth @ Fort Point

We Players, the innovative site-specific theatre company, performs an energetic version of Shakespeare's haunting "Scottish play" at the former military outpost. Be forewarned: this three-hour production is mostly outdoors, at night, where it's cold and damp (how appropriate!), with stairs and multiple locations (special needs/wheelchair access; call in advance). $30-$60. Discounted Thursdays $45. Thu-Sun at 6pm. Extended thru Oct. 13. 1 Marine Drive. 547-0189.


MU @ Kanbar Hall

This new work created by NEA Fellow playwright/artistic director Brenda Wong Aoki, Emmy-winning composer Mark Izu and Tony-nominated choreographer Kimi Okada is based on a Japanese legend of dragon kings and sea people. $25. 8pm. Also Sept. 28, 8pm and Sept. 29, 2pm. Jewish Community Center, 3200 California St. at Presidio. 292-1233.

Narratives of Desire @ Mark I. Chester Studio

The SoMa photographer's annual open studio, with kink and leather-themed artistic prints on display and for sale. Get your solo or group photo taken. Opening reception Sept. 27, 7pm-10pm. Also open Sept. 28 2pm-5pm, and during the Folsom street Fair Sun. Sept. 29 from 11am-6pm. Also by appointment thru 2013. 1229 Folsom St. 621-6294.

Queer Open Mic @ Modern Times Bookstore

Baruch Porras-Hernandez and Blythe Baldwin cohost the monthly (4th Fridays) eclectic LGBTQwhatever reading series. This month features local author Rob Rosen (Divas Las Vegas, Queerwolf, Vamp), 7:30pm. 2919 24th St. 282-9246.

Rob Rosen at Queer Open Mic

Vanya and Sonya and Masha and Spike @ Berkeley Repertory

Christopher Durang's Tony Award-winning comedy about a wacky family's absurd country weekend includes a mom with a ditzy new boy toy. Previews thru Sept. 29. $29-$89. Tue-Sat 8pm. Sun 7pm. Sat & Sun 2pm. Thru Oct. 20. Roda Theatre, 2015 Addison St., Berkeley. (510) 647-2949.


Sat 28

Arise, Communards @ ATA Gallery

Other Cinema presents a series of films, slides and live-film shows about utopian communities, including Sam Green's "Tree Utopia" show. $6. 8pm. 992 Valencia St. 648-0654.

The Art of Adornment, Southeast Asian Jewelry @ Asian Art Museum

Art of Adornment, Southeast Asian Jewelry ; Thru Nov 24. Free (members)-$12. Tue-Sun 10am-5pm. 200 Larkin St. 581-3500.

The Art of Bulgari: La Dolce Vita & Beyond @ de Young Museum

New exhibit of 150 pieces of exquisite Italian jewelry made between 1950 and 1990, including gems from Elizabeth Taylor's personal collection. Thru Feb 17. Also, Eye Level in Iraq: photographs by Kael Alford and Thorne Anderson. $10-$25. Tue-Sun 9:30am-5:15pm. (til 8:45pm Fridays) Thru Dec. 30. Golden Gate Park, 50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Drive. 750-3600.

The Art of Bulgari: La Dolce Vita & Beyond

AXIS Dance Auction and Preview @ Malonga Casquelourd Center for the Arts, Oakland

See a new work-in-progress by choreographer Alex Ketley, set on the physically integrated dance company, and bid on a variety of items, including luxurious vacation, adventure and restaurant packages, theatre, dance, sports and music tickets, wines, training coupons and more. $10 donation. 6:30pm-9pm. 1428 Alice St., Oakland.

Beat Memories: The Photographs of Allen Ginsberg @ Contemporary Jewish Museum

Enjoy the exhibit of vintage prints, taken by the gay Beat poet, of his friends Jack Kerouac and others. Also, Beyond Belief: 100 Years of the Spiritual in Modern Art, part of the SF MOMA's off-site collaborative exhibits; thru Oct 27. 2pm-5pm. Free (members)-$12. Thu-Tue 11am-5pm (Thu 1pm-8pm) 736 Mission St. 655-7800.

Can You Dig It? @ The Marsh Berkeley

Don Reed's autobiographical solo show explores the 1960s: Beatles, Black Panthers, MLK, JFK and the KKK. $20-$50. Sat 8:30pm and Sun 7pm thru Oct. 27. 2120 Allston Way. 282-3055.

Capacitor @ Aquarium of the Bay

Okeanos, an aquatic dance show, is performed by the creative Bay Area dance-theatre team. $15-$30. 7pm. Saturdays thru Sept. Pier 39 at Embarcadero. 623-5300.

Conservatory Orchestra @ SF Conservatory of Music

The student orchestra performs music by Ravel, Justin Ralls' Tree Ride (Highsmith Award winner); Brahms Symphony No. 2 in D Major, Op. 73. $15-$20. 8pm. Also Sept. 29, 2pm. 50 Oak St. at Van Ness Ave. 503-6275.

Dolores Claiborne @ War Memorial Opera House

San Francisco Opera's world premiere production of Tobian Picker and J.D. McClatchy's adaptation of the Stephen King novel about the mysterious life of a reclusive woman in rural Maine. $23-$385. 8pm. Also Oct. 1 (8pm) and 4 (8pm). 301 Van Ness Ave. 864-3330.

Hedwig and the Angry Inch

Hedwig and the Angry Inch @ Boxcar Theatre

The hit local production of John Cameron Mitchell and Stephen Trask's popular transgender rock operetta features multiple actor-singers performing the lead. $25-$40. Wed-Sat 8pm. Also Sat 5pm. Extended with open-ended run. 505 Natoma St. 967-2227.

Impressionists on the Water @ Legion of Honor

Touring exhibit of French Impressionist aquatic works. Also, Darren Waterston: A Compendium of Creatures (thru Dec), and permanent exhibits (ongoing). $10-$25. Lincoln Park, 100 34th Ave. 750-3600.

Live in the Castro @ Jane Warner Plaza

New twice-weekly (Sat & Sun) live outdoor music concerts presented by the Castro/Upper Market Community Business District. Free. Castro St. at Market. 500-1181.

Les Miserables @ Saratoga Civic Theatre

South Bay production of the hit Broadway musical about the French Revolution, adapted from Victor Hugo's novel. $26-$35. Thu-Sat 8pm. Also Sat 2:30pm. Thru Oct. 19. 13777 Fruitvale Ave., Saratoga. (408) 266-4734.

Other Cinema @ ATA Gallery

Weekly wacky short film and video screenings. $6. 8:30pm. 992 Valencia St.

Our Vast Queer Past @ GLBT History Museum

See the new exhibit, The San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus: Celebrating 35 Years of Activism Through Song, which includes archival materials from the historic chorus, lead-curated by Tom Burtch, with a touch-screen display by multimedia producer John Raines. Also, Be Bad...Do Good: Activism With a Beat, a multimedia exhibit highlighting the history of the Real Bad benefit dance parties, which have raised nearly $1.7 million for local nonprofits. Thru Oct. 27. Other permanent exhibits as well. Reg. hours Mon-Sat 11am-7pm (closed Tue.) Sun 12pm-5pm. 4127 18th St. 621-1107.

A View From the Bridge @ Harvey Milk Photo Studio

Joseph A. Blum's exhibit of black and white photos. Thru Oct. 3. Reg. hours Tue-Thu 6pm-9pm. Sat 11am-4pm. 50 Scott St. 554-9522.


Black Power TV

Sun 29

Black Power TV @ SF Public Library

Lesbian author Jewelle Gomez and Devorah Heitner, author of Black Power TV, discuss the history of groundbreaking African American media shows going back to the 1960s. 2pm. 100 Larkin St.

Fall Free for All @ U.C. Berkeley Campus

Cal Performances' annual multi-stage festival of music, theatre, dance and more, with every on-campus stage (Zellerbach Hall, Wheeler Auditorium, Bancroft Studio) featuring dozens of diverse acts. 10:30am-6pm.

Folsom Street Fair. photo: Rich Stadtmiller

Folsom Street Fair @ SoMa

The 30th annual gathering of thousands of leather fans, freaks, and the merely curious. Donations at the gate $5 and up. 11am-6:30pm. Folsome Street between 7th and 12th.

Mefistofele @ War Memorial Opera House

San Francisco Opera performs Arrigo Boito's Italian opera about the man who made a deal with the devil. $23-$385. Also Oct. 2. 301 Van Ness Ave. 864-3330.

New Exhibits @ Museum of Craft and Design

Dogpatch warehouse is now a museum store, gallery and program space. Inaugural exhibitions are Michael Cooper: A Sculptural Odyssey, 1968-2001 and Arline Fisch, Creatures from the Deep. Mon-Fri 9:30am-5:30pm. 2569 Third St. 773-0303.

Science Exhibits @ The Exploratorium

Visit the fascinating science museum in its new Embarcadero location. Free-$25. Pier 15 at Embarcadero. Tue-Sun 10am-5pm (Thu night 6pm-10pm, 18+). 528-4893.

SF Hiking Club @ El Corte de la Madera

Join GLBT hikers for a 13-mile hike in El Corte de la Madera Open Space Preserve in the mid-Peninsula. Hiking on several trails, see sandstone formations, walk through old-growth redwoods, and cross into Wunderlich Park, a part of the original Folger's Coffee family estate. Bring water, lunch, layered clothing, hat, sunscreen, sturdy hiking boots, hiking poles. Carpool meets 8:15 at Safeway sign, Market & Dolores. 837-8990.

Various Exhibits @ California Academy of Sciences

New exhibits and planetarium shows with various live, interactive and installed exhibits about animals, plants and the earth. Special events each week, with adult nightlife parties most Thursday nights. $20-$30. Mon-Sat 9:30am-5pm. Sun 11am-5pm. 55 Music Concourse Drive, Golden Gate Park. 379-8000.

Victorian Home Trade Show @ Fort Mason Center

The Victorian Alliance presents a trade show with food, music, a silent auction, speakers forum, and lots of eco-friendly new products and tools to help you renovate and maintain your Victorian home. $10-$15. 10am-6pm. ! Marina Blvd.

Mon 30

10 Percent @ Comcast Cable

David Perry's LGBT-themed talk show features a variety of local and visiting guests. Rebroadcast various times thru the week.

The Bridge Builders @ City Hall

Exhibit of Joe Blum's fascinating large-format photos of the recent construction of the new Bay Bridge. Thru Sept. 27. Weekdays, 9am-5pm. 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, ground floor.

Camile Rose Garcia @ Walt Disney Museum

Exhibit of Goth interpretations of the Alice in Wonderland story. Thru Nov 3. Also, see biographical exhibits about Walt Disney, early sketches and ephemera from historic Disney movies. Frequent lectures and film screenings. $5-$20. 104 Montgomery St., The Presidio.

California Native Plant Bloom @ SF Botanical Gardens

Seasonal flowering of hundreds of species of native wildflowers in a century-old grove of towering Coast Redwoods. Free-$15. Daily. Golden Gate Park. 6612-1316.

Cuong Nguyen's portraits

Carl Dobsky, Cuong Nguyen @ John Pence Gallery

Exhibit of stunning realist paintings and portraits by the two artists. Reg hours Mon-Fri 10am-6pm. Sat til 5pm. 750 Post St. 441-1138.

Tension Blooms @ Ian Ross Gallery

Duo exhibit of beautiful yet slightly creepy paintings by Rachelle Reichert and Brenton Bostwick. Reg hours Mon-Fri 1pm-7pm. 466 Brannan st. 533-5758.

Tue 1

The Art of Dr. Seuss @ Dennis Rae Fine Art

Fascinating intimate exhibit of rarely seen hand-made hats and other works (prints, paintings, sculptures and drawings) by Theodor Geisel, the author/illustrator of the immensely popular children's books. 781 Beach St. 292-0387

Ben Venom's art

Ben Venom, Lucien Shapiro @ Guerrero Gallery

The two artists' solo exhibits of modern takes on occult, ritual and primitive artforms. Reg. hours Tue-Sat 11am-7pm. Sun 12pm-5pm. 2700 19th St. 400-5168. Thru Oct. 1.

Butterflies & Blooms @ Conservatory of Flowers

Popular exhibit transforms the floral gallery into a fluttering garden with 20 species of butterflies and moths. 10am-4pm. Free-$7. Tue-Sun 10am-4:30pm. Extended thru March 16, 2014. 100 JFK Drive, Golden Gate Park. 831-2090.

Economic Empowerment Mixer @ LGBT Center

Golden Gate Business Association and Make Contact host a mixer for jobseekers and employers. Food and drinks from Whole Foods and Barefoot Wines. 21+. 6pm-8pm. 1800 Market St.

Will Durst @ The March

Boomeraging: From LSD to OMG, the comic wit's one-man show about aging Baby Boomers. Tuesdays thru Oct. 29. $15-$50. 8pm. 1062 Valencia St. 282-3055.

Wed 2

Career Fair @ LGBT Center

Bay Area employers will be taking resumes and interviews from prepared job-seeking LGBTQ folks. Free. Registration required. Business attire suggested. 12pm-3pm. 1800 Market St.

Charles Gatewood: Fifty Years @ Robert Tat Gallery

Exhibit of photos from five decades of prints by the fine art photographer and photojournalist. Thru Nov. 30. 49 Geary St. #410. 781-1122.

It's a Bird! It's a Plane! It's Superman! photo: David Allen

It's a Bird! It's a Plane! It's Superman! @ Eureka Theatre

42nd Street Moon theatre's production of Charles Strouse and Lee Adams' (Bye, Bye, Birdie, Applause) vintage musical based on the superhero comic strip. $21-$75. Wed & Thu 7pm. Fri 8pm. Sat 6pm Sun 3pm. Thru Oct. 20. 215 Jackson St. 255-8207.

Michael Chabon @ Julia Morgan Theatre, Berkeley

The Pultizer Prize-winning author has an onstage discussion with Zach Wyner at a fundraiser for the Park Day School's academjic and financial aide programs. $20-$45 (pair). 7pm. 2640 College Ave., Berkeley. (510) 653-0317.

Peter Stackpole: Bridging the Bay @ Oakland Museum

Exhibit of 1935-36 photos showcasing the original construction of the Golden Gate Bridge. Thru Jan 12, 2014. Also, Above and Below: Stories From Our Changing Bay, about our landscape and its people. Thru Feb 23, 2014, in the renovated Gallery of California Natural Sciences. Wed-Sun 11am-5pm (Fri til 9pm). Thru June 30. 1000 Oak St. (510) 318-8400.

Quit Smoking Classes @ LGBT Center

First of a 7-session free quit smoking class and support group. 7pm-9pm (with one Saturday morning session). 1800 Market St.. 339-STOP.

Thu 3

Graham Nash @ SF Art Exchange

The singer-composer (The Hollies, Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young) gets his photography, paintings and digital images shown in an exhibit, This Could Be You. 458 Geary St. at Mason. Thru Oct. 5. Mon-Sat 10am-6pm. 441-8840.

New Yorkers @ Arthaus

Group exhibit of various artists's work in different media. Tue-Fri, 11am-6pm. Sat 12pm-5pm. 411 Brannan St. 977-0223.

Richard Learoyd @ Fraenkel Gallery

The Outside World, the artist's exhibit of large-scale photographs. Thru Oct. 26. 49 Geary St. 981-2661.


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