Campo Santo takes Denis Johnson's Nobody Move for a spin that never leaves the driveway
The benefits of Intersection's move from Valencia Street to previously vacated space on the ground floor of the Chronicle's longtime headquarters (the newspaper's offices have retreated to an upper floor) will no doubt show themselves in the coming months. But Campo Santo's opening bid is a disappointment, even as it shows off a promising new performance space in a large basement-level conference room.
Through June 12
Thurs.–Sat., 8 p.m.; Sun, 3 p.m., $20–$35
Intersection for the Arts
925 Mission, SF