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LORDS OF THE SAMURAI – Now At The Asian Art Museum

Exhibition Explores the Many Sides of Famed Japanese Warrior Elite June 12th – September 20th By Seán Martinfield Sentinel Editor and Publisher Photo by Lynn Imanaka LORDS OF THE SAMURAI opens today at San Francisco’s Asian Art Museum. It is one of the most spectacular exhibits ever assembled by its distinguished curators. The culture of the samurai […]

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MEKLIT HADERO and TODD BROWN – At The de Young Museum

Light, Shadow, and the Quiet Song Between June Artist-in-Residence de Young, Kimball Education Gallery By Seán Martinfield Sentinel Editor and Publisher Photo by Lynn Imanaka The de Young Museum hosts Meklit Hadero and Todd Brown: Light, Shadow, and the Quiet Song Between through June 27th as part of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco […]

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PORGY AND BESS – Opens Tonight at SF Opera

American bass-baritone Eric Owens and 2002 Merola Opera Program alumna Laquita Mitchell make their role debuts as Porgy and Bess By Seán Martinfield Sentinel Editor and Publisher Photo by Lynn Imanaka San Francisco Opera presents George and Ira Gershwin’s PORGY AND BESS, based on the play by Dubose and Dorothy Heyward, opens tonight at the […]

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JONATHAN VINOCOUR – San Francisco Symphony Appoints New Principal Violist

By Seán Martinfield Sentinel Editor and Publisher Photo by Lynn Imanaka JONATHAN VINOCOUR has been appointed Principal Viola of the San Francisco Symphony (SFS), beginning with the 2009-10 season. Vinocour has been Principal Violist of the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra since 2007.  The SFS principal’s chair has been held by Acting Principal Viola Yun Jie Liu […]

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AMANDA KING – At the Rrazz Room, This Saturday Night

Russ Lorenson heads the Late Night Show at 10:30 with his Special Guest Amanda King By Seán Martinfield Sentinel Editor and Publisher Photo by Lynn Imanaka AMANDA KING was one of the last performers to appear at San Francisco’s once favorite cabaret, the Plush Room, before the doors closed forever in early 2008. The show […]

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RENT: The Broadway Tour – Returns to the Curran Theatre

Pivotal theatre piece keeps AIDS in the spotlight By Seán Martinfield Sentinel Editor and Publisher Photo by Lynn Imanaka Producers Jeffrey Seller, Kevin McCollum and Allan S. Gordon have announced that stars Adam Pascal, Anthony Rapp and Gwen Stewart will reprise the roles they originated on Broadway in RENT: The Broadway Tour. Tickets are now on […]

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WESLA WHITFIELD – At The Rrazz Room

Effervescent and enduring San Francisco cabaret artist shining under the spotlight “As Time Goes By” By Seán Martinfield Sentinel Editor and Publisher Photo by Lynn Imanaka Wesla Whitfield, San Francisco’s own chanteuse, jazz and cabaret singer, is currently appearing at THE RRAZZ ROOM, at the Hotel Nikko, through June 7th. Presenting an evening of songs […]

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SPAMALOT – THE “MONTY PYTHON” MUSICAL THAT GOES LIKE THIS

By Seán Martinfield Sentinel Editor and Publisher Photo by Lynn Imanaka Monty Python’s SPAMALOT, now at San Francisco’s Golden Gate Theater, is what fans of the classic TV series might expect to find in a contemporary Broadway musical. With its book, lyrics and music by Eric Idle – Spamalot takes its story line from the […]

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UP – Is Up Up Up and Away!

Disney/Pixar’s UP Raises The Bar On 3D By Seán Martinfield Sentinel Editor and Publisher Photo by Lynn Imanaka UP is the perfect union of Classic Storytelling and State of the Art Technology. The screenplay by Bob Peterson is brilliant. The plot-lines are innovative — weaving nostalgia with the implausible, and the keeping of a promise […]

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