The Brava Theater is dedicated to cultivating the artistic expression of women, people of color LGBTQIA, youth and other underrepresented individuals. Brava’s 360-seat main stage and 60-seat studio space emerged in 1996 from a shuttered 1926 vaudeville/movie house in the Mission. The theater today produces an eclectic mix of theater that celebrates and explores the experiences of those voices that are often sidelined in mainstream theater including the upcoming latino stories Ghost Limb and the Mathematics of Love. The Brava is also the home of a number of youth performing arts programs and performances like those of the SF Youth Theater.
|Venue name:||Brava! For Women in the Arts|
2781 24th St
|Cross street:||at York St|
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