SOMA NOW AND THEN
Conceived and directed by Amy Lewis, SOMA Now and Then presents one man's journey through San Francisco South of Markets back alleys and secret rooms, as the neighborhoods queer culture shifts from the heyday of leathermen into today's tech boom. Through choreographed movement and personal anecdote, artist Joe Landini leads audiences on a walking tour of the neighborhood, beginning at the SF Eagle at the corner of 12th and Harrison Streets, and finishing at Blow Buddies several blocks away.
Tours limited to 25 ticket holders. Tickets will be available at the start of the tour if it is not sold out.
THIS PERFORMANCE CONTAINS CANDID LANGUAGE AND IMAGERY MEANT TO BE OBSERVED BY MATURE AUDIENCES.
To access the audio portion of the tour, audience members should BRING AN INTERNET-ENABLED DEVICE AND HEADPHONES for live-streamed audio.
Outside of the SF Eagle at 12th St. and Harrison St. (View)
398 12th St.
San Francisco, CA 94103
|Minimum Age: 18|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: Yes!|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|