In this lecture, Richard Schwartz tells the fascinating life story of San Francisco-based actor M.B. Curtis, a Jewish immigrant who lived the highs and lows of celebrity in late 19th c. America
Founded in 1947 by Russell Hartley (1926 - 1983), a dancer and designer with San Francisco Ballet, the Museum of Performance + Design was incorporated and established as a charitable organization in 1976. Seventy years of collecting has made MP+D a prominent living record of the history of the performing arts in the Bay Area and beyond. It aims to share artistic and humanistic values through a dynamic stewardship of its 3.5M-item collection and an innovative approach to public humanities.
Open research hours are Wed. & Thu. 1 - 5pm
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an audio tour by warren-crow+warren-crow
Wed. - Fri., 12:30pm - 5:30pm
$5 / per headset
Through June 2018
War Memorial Opera House, Lower Lounge Cafe
Accessible with performance ticket
Starting at $7.50/per person, 5 persons min.