Bindlestiff Studio presents A KIND OF SAD LOVE STORY
Bindlestiff Studio presents
the World Premiere of
A KIND OF SAD LOVE STORY
Directed by Alan S. Quismorio
With two casts in repertory
CAST A: Roczane Enriquez, Julie Kuwabara, Chuck Lacson, Robin Lee Salazar, Patrick Silvestre, and Dana Soliman
CAST B: Tasi Alabastro, Manny Cabrera, Wes Gabrillo, Lauren Garcia, Carina Lastimosa Salazar, and Annie Wang
SYNOPSIS: In South Bay playwright Jeffrey Lo's indie romantic comedy, receiving its World Premiere at Bindlestiff Studio, Andrew and Emily are a mid-twentysomething couple whose time together is about to run its course as the realities of maturing sensibilities set in. "A Kind of Sad Love Story" is the bittersweet story about a relationship between two nice kids who, in order to move on with their lives, must first break each other's heart.
CAST A March 21st, 800PM Community Preview ***Pay-What-You-Can***
CAST B March 22nd, 800PM Media Preview ***All Seats $10***
CAST A March 23rd, 330PM Opening Day Matinee
CAST B March 23rd, 800PM Opening Night
CAST A March 29th, 800PM
CAST B March 30th, 330PM
CAST A March 30th, 800PM
CAST A April 4th, 800PM
CAST B April 5th, 800PM
CAST A April 6th, 330PM
CAST B April 6th, 800PM
CAST B April 7th, 330PM
CAST A April 11th, 800PM ***ADDED***
CAST B April 12th, 800PM ***ADDED***
CAST A April 13th, 330PM ***ADDED***
CAST B April 13th, 800PM ***ADDED***
- Carina Lastimosa Salazar understudies for Julie Kuwabara on April 4th
- Roczane Enriquez understudies for Lauren Garcia on April 7th and April 12th
$20 Support-the-Artists (The extra $5 goes a long way in helping keep the lights on!)
$10 Students/Seniors (Valid Student IDs will be required at the box office)
Bindlestiff Studio is located at 185 Sixth @Howard in San Francisco's South of Market District.
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ABOUT THE PLAYWRIGHT
Jeffrey Lo is the recipient of the 2012 Emerging Artist Laureate by Arts Council Silicon Valley, the 2012 Theatre Bay Area TITAN Award, and "Artist to Watch for Next Season" at the 2012 Silicon Valley Small Theatre Awards. His recent work includes writing and directing A Kind of Sad Love Story and Barcelona Love Song with The 06 Ensemble, the first annual New Play Development Factory, directing The Strange Case of Citizen De La Cruz at Bindlestiff Studio, The Student at City Lights Theatre Company as well as serving as the assistant director for The Language Archive at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Superior Donuts, Snow Falling on Cedars, The Pitmen Painters, Wheelhouse, and Time Stands Still at TheatreWorks and The Last Romance and Dr. Faustus at The San Jose Repertory Theatre. He will be directing a workshop of his new full length play Dealing Dreams with students from Foothill College in June. Jeffrey is the founding artistic director of The 06 Ensemble in San Jose and is a resident artist with Dragon Productions Theatre in Palo Alto and Bindlestiff Studio.
ABOUT BINDLESTIFF STUDIO
In 1989, Bindlestiff Studio was established as a 52-seat black box theater that fed the underground experimental theater scene of the early 90s in San Francisco's South of Market (SOMA) District. This makes it the longest running theater arts organization in SOMA.
In 1997, the Filipino American theater group tongue-in-A-mood took over operations and transformed Bindlestiff Studio as the epicenter for Pilipino and Filipino American performing arts.
In 2003, Bindlestiff lost its theater to the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency (SFRA), which acquired its building to build the city's first green affordable housing project.
In September 2011, Bindlestiff Studio opened its new theater at its original location of 185 Sixth Street with the full support of the City of San Francisco and the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency.
Bindlestiff Studio provides Filipino Americans access to diverse offerings in performing arts in a district that is poised to infuse an exhilarating new cultural scene into San Francisco. Today, our organization serves and engages Pilipino and Filipino American artists of various arts disciplines, reaching over 1500 audience members annually. It continues to evolve as a theater for the community while developing into an innovative hothouse of new artists and creative, cutting-edge works.
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San Francisco, CA 94103
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