Cultural Studies

The Goombay Quilt with William Rhodes

No festival? No problem! Anyone with memories of – or dreams for – Bahama Village are invited to join San Francisco artist William Rhodes in making a colorful, collaborative quilt that captures the neighborhood’s spirit and history. Write down a recollection, draw a picture, or put anything you think of on a square of fabric. The squares are then knotted into a loose felt quilt that captures the spirit of the community today and can grow forever as part of Goombay.

Stephen Sondheim & the Reinvention of the American Musical with Stephen Kitsakos

Starting with “Company” (1970) through “Passion” (1994) Sondheim’s ability as both a composer and a lyricist have led to remarkable changes in the crafting of the American musical.

Raising the Glass Curtain: Theater’s Feminist History and Future with Carey Purcell

This three-session class will offer an introduction and selected history of women’s contributions to theater while examining the institutional structures of the industry as Broadway re-opens following the Covid-19 pandemic.

We’re hard at work planning an exciting 2021/22 season. Stay tuned for events, classes, and exhibitions coming soon!

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