Charles Lewis III as noble knight Sir DrinksALot in "The Last Beer in the World." Photo: Karen Offerins.
So, if this fabulous photo of Charles Lewis III as the noble knight Sir DrinksALot is not enough to convince you to come to see a free theater festival in a bar, I don't know what would be.
The fact that my piece in the show is inspired by "Adventure Time," "Sir Gawain and the Green Knight," and "Monty Python and the Holy Grail," perhaps?
The fact that you'll see work by eight bay area writers while you sip the brew of your choice, and that everyone hangs out after the show together like it's a friendly party or something?
The fact that (in addition to Charles), director Tracy Held Potter cast my play with super-cool actors Caitlin Evenson and Jessica Rudholm, who are like the definition of "Totally Worth Watching?"
Still not enough? Maybe this will help:
I got interviewed about my play, "THE LAST BEER IN THE WORLD," which is showing at San Francisco Theater Pub right now (July 15th, 16th, 22nd, 29th, & 30th) as part of the Pint-Sized Play Festival. I sound pretty fancy in the interview, not even gonna lie. Check this quote:
Q: What’s the hardest thing about writing a short play?
A: Remembering that it’s a short play, not a small play. It doesn’t have to be about small ideas or small themes, and it doesn’t have to be simple or cute. You can give the audience a real experience, a complex experience; you can make those ten minutes important.
Pretty legit soundbyte, right? You can read the rest of the interview on the San Francisco Theater Pub Blog.
See you at the bar, perhaps! xoxo Megan