Above Ground, A Festival of New Theater
Above Ground is packed with ten ground breaking shows by local artists who appear in their own dramatic, comedic and musical pieces. Four non-stop weeks of indie performances in the Mission highlight "who we are now." Recognized, award winning playwrights and up-and-comers shake up the theater world with their visions of where the future of plays, storytelling, standup, puppetry, poetry, physical comedy and live music is headed!
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Each night is a different lineup. Visit www.ftloose.com for details and complete schedules. Email us with questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 510-658-3530.
Mojo Theatre is an intimate theater in the Mission district's historic Redstone Labor Temple Building one block from Mission/16th Street BART and MUNI.
The plays and playwrights still going are:
49/51 Balancing the Comedy and Tragedy of Life
June 8, 23, 27
Written/Performed by Natasha Kaluza, Directed by Beth Clarke
Personal exposé of a clown caught between her born-again father and new age mother.
The Buck and Bill Show
June 20, 21, 28, 29
Written/directed by Bob Ernst, Music by Mark Malmberg performed with the ensemble: Bob Ernst, Geneva Colcol, Kirstin Doyle, Brittany Gilmore, Rachel Richman and Ron Davis
Episodic dramatic play with live music and songs.
The Boy who Cried 'Naked'
June 22, 27, 28, 29
Written/Performed by Fenner with Katarina Countiss, James Green, Kaya Mey, Michelle Owen and Annikah Peabody; Director Sabrina Wenske; Dramaturg Emily Haydock
Clowning, music and puppet theater with storytelling.
Footloose is funded by San Francisco Grants for the Arts, generous individuals and businesses.
The Mojo Theatre (View)
2940 16th St
San Francisco, CA 94103
|Minimum Age: 10|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|