San Francisco Public Library Main Basement Loading Dock
San Francisco Public Library Main Basement Loading Dock II
San Francisco Public Library Main Route to Latino/Hispanic Meeting Room
San Francisco Public Library Main Latino/Hispanic Meeting Room
The elevator on street level near the Grove Street library entrance has a door that is 7′ tall and once in the elevator it is taller, 6′ wide, and 4.5′ deep.
Bernal Heights Branch Library
Street Parking and Load-In Entry from building exterior:
Front Door Entry to library:
The door from the meeting room to the outside patio is 6’11” in height and 3’5″ wide.
The ceiling height of the Meeting Room is 8′ under the beams and 7’8″ under the light fixtures.
Richmond Branch Library
A photo gallery of images starting with the street parking and entrance on one side of the Richmond Branch of the San Francisco Public Library system, continuing with the access to the Program Room within the library, and ending at the exit and street parking on the other side of the library.
The ceiling height of the Program Room is 8’9″ under the ceiling fixtures and 8’2″ under the lighting fixtures.
Theatre Makers is co-creating a new play called You Too. The play is about abuse, the #metoo movement, and hope for the future.
You Too tells the story of a female Senate candidate running against a former Hollywood director accused of harassing women. The media orchestrates the race between the two candidates and manipulates the reaction from the audience, playing with true and false accusations, and questioning the whole nature of harassment. Throughout the course of events in the play, our characters evolve and learn to find their own ground. Join us for a thought-provoking and inspiring theater experience!
Join us just after the play for a live panel discussion with the director/co-playwright, cast members, and representatives from nonprofit organizations such as SAVE and Narika. You’ll be able to ask questions (confidentially if you prefer) and get the latest info on both the play and the resources available for victims of workplace harassment and domestic violence.
This original play will have a limited run of performances in Fremont and Oakland. Produced by the Theatre Makers project of Ritual Art Troupe, a small non-profit organization, the play employs a diverse cast of actors and creative personnel living in the San Francisco Bay Area. Iryna Lymar will direct the play, which she co-wrote with Stardust Doherty.
TRIGGER WARNINGS: Adult language, scenes of domestic and work abuse, and simulations of slapping and harassment. No nudity. Parents, please consider the maturity level of your teenager before bringing them to the play — no pre-teens please.
You Too will have a limited run of performances in the San Francisco Bay Area:
7:00pm on November 9, 2019, at Fremont Community Center, 40204 Paseo Padre Parkway, Fremont, CA
8:00pm on November 14, 2019, at First Unitarian Church, 685 14th Street, Oakland, CA
8:00pm on November 15, 2019, at First Unitarian Church, 685 14th Street, Oakland, CA
The Fremont venue is accessible to wheelchair users (and we are trying to verify that the Oakland venue is also accessible). Captions will not be available at these performances.
Theatre Makers is grateful for the support of the following community partners for the You Too production:
24-HOUR HOTLINE (510) 794-6055
These non-profit organizations are doing amazing work in the area of domestic violence prevention, advocacy, support, education, healing, and wellness.
We are seeking set designers, painters, prop master, wardrobe master, roadies (rental truck driver), sound and light crew, funders, venue staff, sign language interpreters (ASL), and other volunteers to stage this new woman-directed play.
To volunteer and participate in production of the You Too play, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please support community-based revolutionary theatre and include Ritual Art Troupe and the Theatre Makers project in your giving this season!
Summary: Donate to our “20/20 Play Library Tour” crowdfundraiser We reached our initial goal for January 1, 2020. Now, we are trying to raise funds for the actors’ and stage manager expenses by the end of February 2020.
Ritual Art Troupe has accomplished a lot recently– you may have experienced some of our shows!
You Too: a play about the #metoo movement with 3 performances in Fremont and Oakland in partnership with local domestic violence prevention nonprofits Narika and SAVE (November 2019)
20/20: a play speculating about the re-election of the President where the audience chooses from eight scenarios to complete the action with 4 performances (with a Sold-Out Opening Night award) at the San Francisco Fringe Festival (September 2019)
Animal Factory Farm and Ecopocalypse: plays addressing climate change in 4 performances as part of the global Rise for Climate in San Francisco (September 2018)
Regular Playwrights Circle meetings where playwrights share new work and receive constructive criticism (SF Bay Area)
Theatre Makers Mixers where everyone who co-creates theatre is welcome to come socialize (SF Bay Area)
Orchestra of the Moon and Rag on a Stick Puppet Theatre performances (Portland, OR)
Ritual Art Troupe has beautiful plans for the upcoming year:
“SPEEC Play Reading Series” for casual readings of historic plays with social, political, economic, and environmental change (SPEEC) themes (SF Bay Area throughout 2020)
Regular Playwrights Circle meetings and Theatre Makers Mixers (SF Bay Area throughout 2020)
Other projects — including an opera! — TBA
The Theatre Makers Project provides common ground for diverse communities to collaborate on, incubate, and stage both newly created and historically relevant audience-participatory plays based on social, political, economic, and environmental change (SPEEC) themes. Theatre Makers is a project of the nonprofit Ritual Art Troupe, fostering and developing inclusive, participatory, and community-based arts.
The opening night show of the “You Too” play on November 9, 2019, in Fremont, was a smashing success!
It’s not too late to join us for the Oakland shows on November 14 and 15. You can buy tickets here.
During much of the performance, not a pin drop could be heard as the audience was mesmerized by the compelling and emotional drama exploring harassment, abuse, and the #metoo movement. In other scenes, the audience waved protest signs and hollered right along with the actors.
After the performance, representatives from local non-profit organization Narika and SAVE participated on a panel discussion, along with the director and co-author Iryna Lymar, actor Alia Rose, and actor Nadeem Anjum.
Please join us for the Oakland shows on November 14 and 15. You can buy tickets here.