Fall for Art: ODC at McEvoy Ranch

Fall for Art: ODC at McEvoy Ranch, a virtual benefit, features the premiere of a dance film showcasing ODC/Dance choreographers Brenda Way, KT Nelson, Kimi Okada and company members, a live auction of one-of-a-kind experiences, plus special guests and surprises. Festivities begin at 11 a.m. For details and to purchase tickets and tables, visit odc.dance/ffa.

The San Francisco Fall Show on InCollect

This year, the San Francisco Fall Antiques Show has reinvented itself as the San Francisco Fall Show on InCollect. InCollect’s digital platform unites more than 60 dealers from around the world to showcase a wide range of new and antique fine and decorative arts and objects — from furniture and art to jewelry, rugs and …

San Francisco Fall Show on InCollect

This year, the San FranciscoFall Show has reinvented itself as the San Francisco Fall Show on InCollect. InCollect’s digital platform unites more than 60 dealers from around the world to showcase a wide range of new and antique fine and decorative arts and objects — from furniture and art to jewelry, rugs and textiles — …

Brian Copeland’s ‘The Waiting Period’ on MarshStream

Watch Brian Copeland perform his award-winning solo show, The Waiting Period, live on Zoom through MarshStream. Written by Copeland and directed by David Ford, the play is a starkly honest look at depression that — in true Copeland fashion — is still laced with humor. 5 p.m. themarsh.org

Stars On Screen with Sheila E. and Michael Franti

Bay Area musicians Sheila E. and Michael Franti lend their chops for a good cause with Stars On Screen, a virtual celebration supporting Music In Schools Today’s mission of bringing music into the classroom. The event is on November 16 at 6 p.m. Go to musicinschoolstoday.org for information on how to register.

Cal Performances at Home Featuring Yo-Yo Ma

Cal Performances at Home features an intimate evening with Yo-Yo Ma — accessible from your couch. That’s right: The iconic cellist is one of the latest artists to join the university’s virtual lineup of world-class performances, which have included the likes of Nathalie Joachim and the Tetzlaff Quartet. As the event draws closer, check for …

Stream ‘Three Decembers’ Through Opera San Jose

Opera San Jose unveils its new staged production of Three Decembers, Jake Heggie’s 2008 chamber opera, available for streaming. Featuring mezzo-soprano Susan Graham with the company’s resident artists, soprano Maya Kherani and baritone Efraín Solís, Three Decembers is an intimate family drama spanning three decades. The debut will culminate in a post show virtual gala …

Jenna Wortham and Kimberly Drew Discuss ‘Black Futures’

New York Times Magazine writer Jenna Wortham and writer-curator-activist Kimberly Drew join podcaster Ashley C. Ford for a livestreamed event at City Arts and Lectures to discuss their new book, Black Futures, which investigates the question: “What does it mean to be Black and alive right now?” 6 p.m. Tickets, $29, at cityarts.net.

‘Tosca’ at the Drive-In

The San Francisco Opera is teaming up with the Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture for a drive-in viewing of Puccini’s Tosca. There are two showtimes each day: 5 and 8:30 p.m. on Dec. 11; and 6 and 9:30 p.m. on Dec. 12. Food trucks will be on the premises! $49 per vehicle. sfopera.com

Saint Francis Foundation’s Virtual Hob Nob Gala

This year, the Saint Francis Foundation’s virtual Hob Nob gala will support frontline workers at Saint Francis Memorial Hospital, which since April has tirelessly run a designated COVID-19 unit. The …

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