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Stage Werx is an intimate 70-seat theater run by Ty Mckenzie and other volunteers. It’s host to plays, rock operas, stand-up comedy, improv, sketch, storytelling, solo performance, movies, music and so much more. Located in the vibrant Valencia Corridor, 1.5 blocks from 16th Street Bart Station.
Housed in San Francisco's iconic Redstone building, this renowned non-profit organization specializes in producing multidisciplinary art projects. Established in 1984 by John DiStefano, Alan Millar, and Laura Brun, this event space also hosts live gigs, with Minimal Man, Z'EV, and Husker Du being the regulars here. Art exhibitions are also held here from time
Delve into the rich and illustrious past of Tenderloin with a quick stop at the city’s Tenderloin Museum. A city icon since the year 2015, it was established to portray the neighborhood riveting history and heritage through exhibitions, events and various arts-based installations. Various exhibits at the museum share an insight about Tenderloin’s socio-cultural fabric, its long-standing political scenario and its thriving entertainment industry. Additionally, the museum also serves as a lively venue for literature readings, dance shows and musical concerts, thus emerging as a multi-faceted locale for the city’s community to engage and interact on various platforms.
Located in the historic Mission District, the Victoria Theater, a former vaudeville house, is a 480-seater place considered the oldest theater house in all of San Francisco. Built in 1908, this theater has been screening films for a long time right from locally made movies to film festivals and even concerts. Features include amazing Dolby quality sound and a 35mm video screen. Many international film-makers have used this venue while filming, making it an important landmark. Personalities like Whoopie Goldberg, Bill Irwin, Donald O'Connor and Micheal Moore have made appearances here. This venue can also be rented out for live stage productions and other events.
Get tickets in advance for shows at the Great American Music Hall because even though it's a big venue, sell-outs are common. All ages can enjoy the music in this historic venue, with talent spanning the entire spectrum from punk to country, famous to unknown, local to international. Jonathan Richman, Nick Lowe, Boss Hogg, !!!, the Ponys, and the Dirtbombs are just a few of the acts to have graced this hallowed stage. Watch from rows, tables, balcony seats, or the stage-level dance floor. The ornate gold and red velvet curtains are a throwback to the Barbary Coast days. The venue serves food and drinks to the large crowds.
Center of New Music is a community space where aspiring musicians and artists take to the stage to express their talent when it comes to new music. Based on the model of diversity, this all-inclusive space is a close-knit cluster of musicians, artists, professors, curators and critics. On weekends and regular evenings, the Center also makes provisions for workshops, live musical performances and other private and special events. The space also features a gallery which is home to stunning line-ups of solo performances and quintets.