Guest post by Jordan Latham A lot of us who were nonconformist kids, the kind who gravitated toward the weirdos, are no less antisocial as adults. We learn to carve out spaces we’re comfortable with and pointedly avoid loud, crowded, neon, intrusive social situations. We find the safe, dark, gothy
H.O.M.E. is a new play from San Francisco-native Star Finch for Campo Santo. Taking place from Oakland to Mars, in search of Home. This new play is part of Campo Santo’s 20th year of creating and premiering new works. An AfroSurreal mix of sex workers, Tupac, and space travel, H.O.M.E.
This weekend , get a chance to “spend the apocalypse at home with the family” and see the world premier of the play Singulariteen for as little as nine bucks. Singulariteen will Premier Satuday, September 7th at the EXIT Theater, as part of the Fringe Theater Festival. The play is
We all have bad dating experiences — but some of them are made even worse by the fact that they’re INTERNET dating experiences. I have so many from my month-long stint on OkCupid that I feel confident I will never feel awkward at a cocktail party for lack of stories
Everybody loves The Dude. But what about a Shakespearian version of The Dude? This weekend marks your last chance to see The Dude as The Knave in the the amazing spectacle of a performance Much Ado About Lebowski at CellSpace. Back by popular demand from it’s opening last year, the
If you’re like me, you had to read the complete works of William Shakespeare under the tutelage of an ancient, aviator glasses-wearing, chain-smoking high school English teacher. You also had to read The Canterbury Tales in Middle English. If you’re not like me but have decided that you could use
DRAMA! Children, children everywhere. The earth may be buckling like the merry widow on an over-enthusiastic auntie post-holiday gorge, but you wouldn’t know it by the way them babies be popping out these days. Well, anyone who’s Catholic or part of some other culture that subscribes to a loaves and
Before recently, I was not aware that there are living survivors of the atomic bombs attacks during World War II. It wasn’t until the theatre company of which I am a part was asked to do a show using true stories from the survivors that I found out about these