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NOW AND SOON:

“What We’ve Built” in Hatch’s FireHouse/Water’sEdge at SFIAF in SAN FRANCISCO
May 21-29, 2016, Fort Mason, SF CA
{New site-specific work with the Hatch Performance Collective. As part of the San Francisco International Arts Festival, I’m creating a piece a lively comic solo about trash, gold and earthquakes for the beautiful historic Firehouse building at San Francisco’s Fort Mason. Featuring true tales of the history of Bay Area wealth and an unexpected solution for looming disasters both personal and seismic, this language ritual welcomes audiences into a satirical cosmology of time. More info.}

SATURDAY WRITE FEVER

(Saturday Write Fever graphic by Cody Rishell)

Saturday Write Fever in SAN FRANCISCO
June 11, 2016 at the Exit Theater Cafe, SF CA.
8:30pm, free.
{The monthly playmaking party I co-founded with Stuart Bousel celebrated its 3rd birthday this March, wow. On the 2nd Saturday of each month, come write with us, act with us, or watch with us. I won’t be hosting this time, but I will likely stop by for hi-fives!  More info.}

Better Than Television: Episodes that Breathe and Fart in SAN FRANCISCO
June 21-22nd and 27-28th, 2016, SF Theater Pub at PianoFight, SF CA
{I’ll be road-testing my brand new serial theater format, recruiting a top-notch creative team to script and perform brief episodes over 4 nights in a TV-inspired show complete with live theme songs and re-caps. It’s all happening for free, in the city’s coolest performance bar. More info to come.}

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Truest at Ground Floor in BERKELEY
Summer 2016, Berkeley Rep, Berkeley CA

{In Truest, Sam Shepard meets Thelma and Louise when we find two sisters in a kitchen. Smoking guns in hand, they’ve just slain the iconic brothers of fraternal drama True West. As these women pursue their own uniquely twisted American Dream in a landscape of canonical corpses, they dance an intricate psychological duet that leads us through a surreal terrain of wonder, danger, laughter, and yearning. I’ll be working on a new draft of my latest script-in-progress at Berkeley Rep’s Ground Floor program; there will likely be a public reading during the residency, so stay tuned! More info.}

 


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