A Piece of Work
Cliff Latham is an established artist, somewhat traditional, but he enjoys a constant following via Merridith Slater's famed gallery on Folsom Street. Cliff adds to his income by giving classes, so things are going along quite smoothly and predictably for him. A neighbor, Jenna Hawkins is a wild and experimental artist. Her visit to his ordered studio sparks life altering chaos and havoc.
John Robinson (Author) has been conceiving skits since he was a child, entertaining other kids on the block in his back yard with clown acts and puppet shows. He studied creative writing with a drama emphasis at San Francisco State University. His longer plays have been produced by BBC radio and the Magic Theatre. He was honored that the Magic's artistic director, the late John Lion, choose his play "Wolves" as the first production at the Magic's Fort Mason venue in 1978. Most recently, his four short plays about food, "Theater You Can Eat" was presented at Pena Pachamama Restaurant in North Beach, San Francisco, under the auspices of The People's Theater.
Sources for John Robinson's particular bent in theater include the plays of Theater of The Absurd, especially Beckett, Ionesco, and Pinter. He is also nourished by the work of Carl Jung that examines and shows the relevance in our lives of fairy tales, myths, and dreams.
156 Eddy Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
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