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San Francisco Olympians Festival 9: Roman Holiday
The EXIT Theatre
San Francisco, CA
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San Francisco Olympians Festival 9: Roman Holiday
The San Francisco Olympians Festival is annual festival of dramatic readings of new plays inspired by ancient mythologies. Since beginning in 2010 the festival has featured the work of 110 Writers, 85 Directors, 447 Actors, and 45 Fine Artists!

This year we are excited to debut 27 new plays by 28 writers, 10 of whom will be contributing written work to the festival for the first time! The plays range from shorts to one-acts and full-lengths, and each one explores a different legend or god from the mythology of Ancient Rome. Though exclusively local in the past, the 2018 festival includes a number of non-Bay Area writers, brought into the festival for the first time to honor the expanding spirit of Rome that built the Roman Roads! This years festival also features, for the first time ever, a serial, which will be created by a team of writers and other artists, played out over eight separate nights!
 
The 2018 festival is 12 nights from October 3rd to the 20th, Wednesday through Saturday, at the EXIT Stage Left Theatre in San Francisco (156 Eddy Street). Tickets are $10.00 in cash at the door, and can be purchased starting at 7:30 the night of the show, or for $12 in advance at Brown Paper Tickets. All shows begin at 8 PM. Audience members who attend more than four nights get the fifth free.

Advance Tickets can be purchased at:

https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3583969

Please note, only 1/4 of the box office each night can be purchased in advance. 3/4ths of the box office of each night can only be purchased in cash at the door of the theater, half an hour before the start of the show.

Here is the line-up:

SF OLYMPIANS IX: ROMAN HOLIDAY (10/3-10/20)
 
Week One: IMPERIAL WORLD (10/3-10/6)
 
Wednesday, October 3: The Way In
JANUS by Ai

Thursday, October 4: The Venerable Father
SATURN by John Lamar Elison

Friday, October 5: Capitoline Triad
JUPITER/JUNO/MINERVA by Laylah Muran de Assereto

Saturday, October 6: The Prodigal Son 
MARS by John Lennon Harrison 
CUPID by Jason Mendez 
PSYCHE by Terezi Harrison

Week Two: DIVINE DESCENT (10/10-10/13)
 
Wednesday, October 10: The Legacy
AENEAS by Stuart Bousel
 
Thursday, October 11: The Founders  
ROMULUS by John Patrick Bray
REMUS by Jessica Chisum

Friday, October 12: The Inheretors
JULIUS CEASAR by Allison Page
OCTAVIAN AUGUSTUS by Nic Sommerfeld
 
Saturday, October 13: The Origin
VENUS by Christine Keating
BELLONA by Bridgette Dutta Portman
VICTORIA by Annette Roman

Week Three: HEARTH & TOWN & COUNTRY & TOMB (10/17-10/20)
 
Wednesday, October 17: The Secret Keeper
VESTA by Veronica Tjioe

Thursday, October 18: Gods! Gods! Gods!
NEPTUNE by Elizabeth Flanagan 
MERCURY by Nicole Jost
APOLLO by Kirk Shimano 
VULCAN by Casey Busher
SOL by Christian Simonsen and Lisa Kee-Hamasaki
QUIRINUS by Eve Edelson
DIS by Maury Zeff
FAUNUS by Meghan Kathleen O'Connor
 
Friday, October 19: Aventine Triad
CERES/LIBER/LIBERA by Barry Eitel

Saturday, October 20: The Triple Goddess
DIANA by Libby Emmons
LUNA by Neil Higgins
TRIVIA by Alan Coyne

AND FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER:
 
A SERIAL: CLEOPATRA or NOT THAT CLEOPATRA or NOT CLEOPATRA: A SEARCH FOR THE UNKOWABLE QUEEN
by Carson Beker and Nara Dahlbacka
(With Patricia Reynoso, Cody Rishell, Kitty Torres) 
Directed by Carson Beker and Nara Dahlbacka
October 3, 4, 5, 10, 11, 12, 17, 19

Advance Tickets can be purchased at:

https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3583969

Please note, only 1/4 of the box office each night can be purchased in advance. 3/4ths of the box office of each night can only be purchased in cash at the door of the theater, half an hour before the start of the show.

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The EXIT Theatre (View)
156 Eddy Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
United States


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Arts > Theatre

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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