BARTable This Weekend: March 9-11

Photo courtesy of Sunday Streets.

Here at BART HQ, we are celebrating the arrival of Daylight Saving Time for giving our riders an extra hour of fun in the sun (or daylight rain). As usual, there's plenty to get jazzed up about with our top pick this weekend taking place on Sunday- the kick-off of 2018 Sunday Streets. Bring your bicycle, roller skates, skateboard or pogo stick to a party on Valencia Street in the Mission. The street will be closed to cars for the afternoon and welcomes all people to enjoy its cultural landmarks and longtime businesses. 
 
On Friday, get your weekend started with a performance of "Frankenstein" by the SF Ballet. The creature graces the stage for just five days, with the final showing taking place this Sunday, so get your tickets now.
 
In the East Bay on Saturday, explore the marvels of genetic science with Caryl Churchill's take on human cloning with, "A Number" at the Aurora Theatre Company in Berkeley. On Sunday, catch "Office Hour" and dive into a world of otherness and paranoia at Berkeley Rep.
 
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"Frankenstein" | SF Ballet

[Frankenstein] offers luscious performances, relentless drama, and spectacular set design and lighting. - The Mercury News

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"Frankenstein" | SF Ballet

Civic Center/UN Plaza (SF)
"A Number" | Aurora Theatre Company, Berkeley

Writer, Caryl Churchill artfully reveals a multifaceted psychological puzzle, taking on human cloning to explore identity, family relationships, and second chances.

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2018 Sunday Streets - Mission

On March 11, Sunday Streets kicks off its 10th anniversary season with the Mission transforming into to a car-free community space for all to enjoy.

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2018 Sunday Streets - Mission

24th St. Mission (SF)
"Office Hour" | Berkeley Repertory Theatre: March 11

Julia Cho returns to Berkeley Rep with a searing and touching play that tunes into the plight of “the other” in a country steeped in mistrust and intolerance.

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