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215 Jackson Street San Francisco, California 94111
The Longest-Running Queer Theatre in the World
Dragon Theatre 2120 Broadway Street Redwood City, California 94063
A 65 seat blackbox theatre in the heart of downtown Redwood City. Dragon specializes in rarely seen and new plays. It's off-Broadway on the Peninsula! We also offer improv classes and host other events.
2095 Jerrold Avenue Suite 313 San Francisco, California 94124
Owner Operated: John O’Donoghue Fully Licensed & Insured License # CAL T-181706 We are OPEN as an essential business during shelter in place
10 Fifer Avenue Corte Madera, California 94925
Have Fun • Look Great • Get Fit Locations In: Marin • Oakland • Castro • Fillmore • Mid-Market • SOMA • Embarcadero
1220 Pine Street Walnut Creek, California 94596
Club 1220 is the East Bay's premiere event and dance destination! Now celebrating 43 years of serving the community!
584 Castro Street PMB 841 San Francisco, California 94114
The Official Band of San Francisco Playing With Pride Since 1978
Fremont, California 94538
Moving Star provides a complete Moving, Storage and Relocation service to individuals, families and businesses. We offer a suite of services for clients moving locally, intrastate, interstate or internationally, migrating to or from the U.S.A
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4127 18th Street San Francisco, California 94114
The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Historical Society collects, preserves, exhibits, and makes accessible to the public materials and knowledge to support and promote understanding of LGBTQ history, culture, and arts in all their diversity.
77 Van Ness Avenue Suite 101-1602 San Francisco, California 94102
BAM! (B.A.M.) stands for Bay Area Musicals. Bay Area Musicals is the newest organization to join the vibrant Bay Area theatre community, calling San Francisco home.
170 Valencia Street San Francisco, California 94103
Since its founding, the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus has been a leader in its field. The Chorus is now planning to expand and enhance its leadership role by creating the National LGBTQ Center for the Arts within the new building.
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