Come dance and party with the band OMB for the last Salon of the season! OMB features David Lofton, a regular at the Sugar Shack, whose musical projects included John & Bone and Beautiful Cuba. Lofton returns to the BACCE stage with musical partner blue buddha whose eclectic vocals lead this popular fusion band. Funky,... Continue Reading →
Join us on Thursday, May 17th in the Brava Cabaret for High Crimes & Misdemeanors an examination of banned, censored and controversial theater texts. Centered around Robert O'Hara's scathing satire, An American Ma(u)l, the company stages and discusses the value and potency of shock, crudeness, vulgarity and other potentially offensive things on the world's stages.
On March 15, Amara Tabor Smith and Ellen Sebastian Chang brought an episode of their wondrous project, House/Full to the Brava Cabaret. A magic punch put everyone in the mood for love and art; beans warmed our soul; and melodies, mantras and meaningful messages caressed our ears. The project was formed to address the emotional,... Continue Reading →
Black Benatar aka Beatrice Thomas will takeover the Brava Cabaret for the April So Soul San Francisco Black Art Salon on April 19th! Expect magic, expect love and laughter, expect the unexpected. Special Guests, food and fun. Read all about it and buy tickets here!
Join us Thursday, March 15 as the legendary performing artists Amara Tabor Smith and Ellen Sebastian Chang bring an episode of House/Full of Blackwomen, a performance project that addresses the physical, mental, spiritual and material health of Black women. We be blessed!
On February 15th, So Soul San Francisco: Black Art Salons presented Oju Ibeji, with hosts Melonie and Melorra Green (Ibeji) in conversation with underground journalist and producer and host of The Block Report radio. Over wine and cheese, artists and audience engaged in a challenging conversation about race and revolution. Full audio of this salon... Continue Reading →
So Soul San Francisco: Black Art Salons was kicked off this Thursday, Feb 1st with DJ Black (Mellanique Robicheaux) spinning the soul. You missed exciting performances by AeJay Mitchell (pictured below) and Rotimi Agbabiaka, tamales from our friends at the famed Roosevelt's Tamale Parlor and soothing scents from the Artist Self Care kits offered by... Continue Reading →
Join our Indiegogo Campaign and help fund our next shows. Your donations will go to production expenses, costumes, props, set, rehearsal space - things that are not supported by grants. We are embarking on some very beautiful projects and hope you will come along with us. Read all about it here.