PULP SCRIPTURE TEAMS WITH ST. MARY'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH!
If you purchase a $25 St. Mary's Church Ticket, Pulp Scripture will donate $12.50 of that sale straight to St. Mary's which funds care and education for our city's most vulnerable children.
Original Post 11/6/09:
After taking home more awards than any other show at the 2009 SF Fringe Festival, Original Sin Productions teams with PianoFight to bring the bad side of the Good Book back to life in William Bivins Pulp Scripture, directed by Christy Crowley, running Saturday evenings at 10:30pm, and Sunday afternoons at 4:00pm, from November 7th through December 20th, 2009, at the Off-Market Theaters, 965 Mission St. Tickets are $20 online and at the door, and more info can be found at www.pulpscripture.com.
Having racked up Best New Comedy, Best Box Office, and six Sold Out Awards, Pulp Scripture sailed through a sold-out Best of Fringe show and landed squarely at Off-Market. Bivins, who might just be the most produced Bay Area playwright of the current season, has another show opening at the Ashby Stage in Berkeley in October, was recently included in SF Playhouses reading series, and was commissioned by PianoFight to pen a full-length piece set to premiere in January 2010 after he won PianoFights playwriting contest ShortLived 2.0 in June of this year.
But for right now, Bivins is all about Pulp Scripture, which he has reworked for its opening at Off-Market. Revered by Christians, preferred by Jews, and beloved by the wicked everywhere, the Old Testament provides Pulp Scripture with ample ammunition to fire at audiences:
- Sisters Get Dad Drunk, Have Sex With Him!
- Human Sacrifice at Father-Son Camping Trip!
- Crowd of Horny Sodomites Demand Sex with House Guests!
Pulp Scripture: Bible stories they didn't teach you in Sunday school.
Charlotte Gulezian and Maya Mahrer have signed on for this retooled run of Pulp Scripture, joining original cast members Rand Courtney, John Mercer, and Christy Crowley, who also directs this time around. Logan Andrews handles set, light and sound design with Bivins, Rob Ready and Dan Williams on as producers.
965 Mission St
San Francisco, CA 94103
|Minimum Age: 16|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|