20/20: A Presidential Re-Election Play Where You Decide the Future Coming to San Francisco Public Libraries on February 29 & March 1!

What happens if the President is re-elected? In 20/20, a play by Theatre Makers, the answer is up to the audience. 20/20 will be presented as part of the San Francisco Public Library’s “SF by the Bay” science fiction and fantasy celebration. Performances are free of charge on February 29 at 10:30am at the Bernal Branch Library (500 Cortland Avenue), February 29 at 3:00pm at the Richmond Branch Library (351 9th Avenue), and March 1 at 2:00pm at the Main Public Library (400 Larkin Street, Latino/Hispanic Community Room), in San Francisco.

Developed by grassroots company Theatre Makers, 20/20 combines speculative fiction and political satire in a work from co-writers Stardust Doherty and Kari Barclay. What would happen if the President were impeached? (that scenario came true!) If a corporation or the military staged a coup? If San Francisco became an independent country? A diverse cast of new talent performs roles ranging from dissident Muni drivers to frantic tech CEOs to new-age cult leaders to the President himself. With comedy and depth, the show asks how our current political situation will shake out.

20/20 engages audience participation around the events of our day, highlighting social, political, economic, and environmental change (SPEEC) themes to fuel co­ creation of our collective future,” said co writer Stardust Doherty.

“The world is full of possibility,” said co-writer Kari Barclay. “We’ve taken 20/20 to extremes of utopia and dystopia, and I’m excited to see which scenarios the audience chooses for the actors to perform.”

The “20/20 Free Library Tour” is a revival of the play’s award-winning original presentation at the 2019 San Francisco Fringe Festival.

Show Synopsis: The year is 2020. The President has been re-elected, the climate is heating up, the economy is in meltdown. In this satirical participatory performance, audience members choose the scenarios to stage: impeachment? a coup? a revolution? 20/20 asks what people power looks like in a time of vast uncertainty when even choosing to do nothing has consequences.

Theatre Makers 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. The project welcomes those interested in dramatic and musical theatre, professional and amateur theater, commercial and non-profit theatre, including non-traditional theatrical events (performance art, street theater, pop-up theatre, home theatre, puppet shows, etc.) with activities including, for example:

  • Discussions of all aspects of theatre creation and production
  • Exchanging information on opportunities available
  • Collaboration on incubating audience participatory plays and musicals based on social, political, economic, and environmental change (SPEEC) themes​
  • Workshops of plays and musicals under development
  • Readings and staged readings of plays and musicals for educational and motivational purposes

Theatre Makers particularly fosters events that are inclusive and affirming of people based on class, race/ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, (dis)ability, age, and other identities.

Theatre Makers is a project of the Ritual Art Troupe, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to fostering and developing multi-disciplinary arts, including conception, investigation, development, production, and sharing of musical, dance, visual, theatrical, cinematic, and literary works with special attention to conserving our cultural heritage, serving a wide range of audiences, and encouraging creators and creations from diverse communities.

More Show Info and Graphics: http://ritualart.org/2020
Preview Video of Original Production: http://ritualart.org/2020/preview
Review of Original Production: https://theatrius.com/2019/09/14/20-20-envisions-post-trump-future-at-s-f-fringe-festival/
Theatre Makers: http://ritualart.org/theatremakers/
Ritual Art Troupe: http://ritualart.org/mission/
This Release: http://ritualart.org/wordpress/?p=2153 (PDF available)

For interviews, inquiries, and more info, please contact:
Stardust Doherty at theatre-makers@ritualart.org

For Calendar Editors

What20/20: A Presidential Re-Election Play Where You Decide the Future

When/Where: February 29 at 10:30am at the Bernal Branch Library (500 Cortland Avenue), February 29 at 3:00pm at the Richmond Branch Library (351 9th Avenue), and March 1 at 2:00pm at the Main Public Library (400 Larkin Street, Latino/Hispanic Community Room), in San Francisco

Ticketing: All performances free of charge and open to the public

SF Auditions on January 13 & 15 for “20/20 Free Library Tour”

Theatre Makers is distributing this casting notice to established and aspiring actors, as well as crew.

Play: “20/20” by Kari Barclay and Stardust Doherty

Synopsis: It’s 2020. The President has been re-elected, the climate is heating up, the economy in meltdown. In this satirical participatory performance, audience members choose the scenarios to stage: impeachment? a coup? a revolution? “20/20” asks what people power looks like in a time of vast uncertainty when even choosing to do nothing has consequences.

Artistic Director: Stardust Doherty
Stage Manager: Paul Seliga

Roles:

  • Anna, a young-to-middle-aged female anarchist who is in love with Soshe
  • Soshe, a young-to-middle-aged male socialist who is in love with Anna
  • Ellis, a young-to-middle-aged non-binary person who is clever and a bit mysterious
  • President, an elderly orange-haired guy, who is foolish and dangerous
  • Master of Ceremonies who introduces the play and coordinates voting on scenarios
  • Ensemble in a variety of fun roles, including TV New Hosts (speaking various languages), Republican and Democrat Representatives and Senators, Sarah Palin, Jeff Zuckergates and Assistant, Octavia, Students, Secret Service Goons, Protestors, and Soldiers!

Crew:

  • Stage Manager, Tech Director, Prop Master, Wardrobe Master, Marketing & Social Media Manager, Logistics Manager, Fundraising Manager, Sign Language Interpreters (ASL), Videographer

Union: No

Compensation: Expense reimbursement depends on fundraising ($100 minimum) (We would love to pay artists better living wages, but we are a very small nonprofit company — unless we receive grants or other contributions — all volunteers working for social justice!)

Performances: three free performances as part of the 20/20 San Francisco Public Library Tour:

  • 9:00am-6:00pm on February 29, 2020
  • 1:00pm-5:00pm on March 1, 2020

Rehearsals: to be finalized with input from cast and crew starting January 16, 2020, in San Francisco

Auditions in San Francisco:

  • Contact theatre-makers@ritualart.org with name, preferred role(s), gender identity, race/ethnicity, age, acting experience, memorization ability level, and availability for performance, rehearsal, and audition dates/times.
  • Appointment Deadline: Extended (was Wednesday, January 8)
  • Script Excerpts Distributed: Extended (was Wednesday, January 8) (by email, some memorization required)
  • Appointments Available: evenings of Monday, January 13 and Wednesday, January 15 (was Saturday, January 11 from 11:00am to 7:00pm) (half-hour appointment)
  • And possibly other times by appointment

Show Website: http://ritualart.org/2020/

Company: Theatre Makers provides a common ground for those interested in dramatic and musical theatre, professional and amateur theater, commercial and non-profit theatre, including non-traditional theatrical events (performance art, pop-up theater, home theater, street theater, puppet shows, etc.) with activities including, for example:

  • Discussions of all aspects of theatre creation and production
  • Exchanging information on opportunities available
  • Collaboration on incubating audience participatory plays and musicals based on social, political, economic, and environmental change (SPEEC) themes​
  • Workshops of plays and musicals under development
  • Readings and staged readings of plays and musicals for educational and motivational purposes

This group particularly fosters events that are inclusive and affirming of people based on class, race/ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, (dis)ability, age, and other identities.

Company Website: http://ritualart.org/theatremakers/

Please share this casting notice with anyone who might be interested.

20/20 Library Tour Flyer

Stage Manager Gig for “20/20 Library Tour” in San Francisco

We at the Theatre Makers project of the small non-profit Ritual Art Troupe are looking for a hands-on Stage Manager for our 20/20 Library Tour” with two free performances on February 29 and one free performance on March 1 at three San Francisco libraries.

The Stage Manager must be:

  • physically and mentally capable of tracking and wrangling existing sets, props, costumes, and actors, including load-in, strike, load-out, and transport
  • available to assist with casting calls
  • available to co-supervise three performances and ten rehearsals with the Artistic Director of the production, including existing prompt book for blocking, light, sound, set changes, and actor entrances/exits, and attention to safety issues
  • capable of driving a rental truck (highly preferred, regular driver’s license)

To interview for this Stage Manager gig, please 
email theatre-makers@ritualart.org with your name, email address, phone number, city where you live, summary of stage management  experience, whether you have a valid drivers license, and availability  for performance dates of February 29 and March 1, 2020.

Imagine: It’s the year 2020. The President has been re-elected, the  climate is heating up, and the economy is in meltdown. Now, it’s up to all of us to figure out what happens next. “20/20” asks what people  power looks like in a time of vast uncertainty when even choosing to do nothing at all has its consequences.

Not only is the “20/20” play entertaining and fun, it gives audiences a chance to participate by choosing from and exploring eight possible futures: impeachment (wow, we got that one right!), electoral progress, assassination (with a disclaimer from the writers), corporate coup, military coup, do nothing, general strike, and decentralized revolution.

While the media conglomerates focus us all on petty rivalries among  national politicians, so much political territory remains undiscovered.

Expense reimbursement will depend on continuing success of fundraising efforts ($100 minimum) (all other expenses are already covered, so fundraising from this point on will be for stage manager and actors reimbursements).

To see a preview video, read a review, or congratulation us on our award for the 2019 Fringe Festival version of the “20/20” play, see http://www.ritualart.org/2020

To interview for this Stage Manager gig, please 
email theatre-makers@ritualart.org with your name, email address, phone number, city where you live, summary of stage management  experience, whether you have a valid drivers license, and availability  for performance dates of February 29 and March 1, 2020.

Please share this notice with anyone who might be interested.

In solidarity,

Stardust Doherty
“20/20 Library Tour” Director
Theatre Makers project
Ritual Art Troupe

PS: Theatre Makers provides a common ground for those interested in  dramatic and musical theatre, professional and amateur theater,  commercial and non-profit theatre, including non-traditional theatrical  events (performance art, pop-up theater, home theater, street theater,  puppet shows, etc.) with activities including, for example:

  • Discussions of all aspects of theatre creation and production
  • Exchanging information on opportunities available
  • Collaboration on incubating audience participatory plays and musicals based on social, political, economic, and environmental change (SPEEC) themes​
  • Workshops of plays and musicals under development
  • Readings and staged readings of plays and musicals for educational and motivational purposes

This group particularly fosters events that are inclusive and affirming of people based on class, race/ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, (dis)ability, age, etc.

Website: http://ritualart.org/theatremakers/

20/20 Library Tour Actors & Crew Information

This information is for actors and crew of the San Francisco Public Library Tour performances of the Theatre Makers play “20/20”. For general information about the play “20/20”, please go to ritualart.org/2020

Performance Schedule

Three performances followed by panel discussions as part of the San Francisco Public Library Tour. Actors and crew should plan to stay for one hour after the performance for takedown and audience adulation.

Date / LocationCall TimeEnd Time
Saturday, February 29, 2020
SFPL Bernal Branch,
500 Cortland Avenue
09:00 AM01:00 PM
Saturday, February 29, 2020
SFPL Richmond Branch,
351 9th Avenue
01:00 PM06:00 PM
Sunday, March 1, 2020
SFPL Main Library
Latino/Hispanic Community Room
100 Larkin Street
01:00 PM05:00 PM

Rehearsal & Casting Schedule

Tentative schedule to be confirmed after casting.

DateStart TimeEnd TimeAbsent
Saturday, January 11, 2020
Casting by Appointment
03:00 PM07:00 PM
Thursday, January 16, 2020
Table Read Rehearsal
07:00 PM11:00 PMSaourubh
Saturday, January 18, 2020
Table Read Rehearsal
03:00 PM07:00 PMWinnie
Saturday, February 1, 2020
Rehearsal
03:00 PM07:00 PMSaourubh
Thursday, February 6, 2020
Rehearsal
07:00 PM11:00 PMSaourubh
Saturday, February 8, 2020
Rehearsal
03:00 PM07:00 PM
Monday, February 17, 2020
Rehearsal
07:00 PM11:00 PM
Wednesday, February 19, 2020
Rehearsal
07:00 PM11:00 PM
Thursday, February 20, 2020
Rehearsal
07:00 PM11:00 PM
Friday, February 21, 2020
Run-Through Rehearsal
07:00 PM11:00 PM
Saturday, February 22, 2020
Run-Through Rehearsal
03:00 PM07:00 PM
Monday, February 24, 2020
Run-Through Rehearsal
07:00 PM11:00 PM
Wednesday, February 26, 2020
Dress Rehearsal
07:00 PM11:00 PM
Thursday, February 27, 2020
Dress Rehearsal
07:00 PM11:00 PM
Friday, February 28, 2020
Dress Rehearsal
07:00 PM9:30 PM

Rehearsal & Casting Guidelines

  • Schedule: We will provide a detailed schedule for each rehearsal on Meetup where you can RSVP about your specific attendance for that rehearsal. (So please join the Theatre Makers Meetup.)
  • Casting: Come on time and prepared to read script excerpts, some of which you should memorize before the audition.
  • Punctuality: Please arrive by your call time and stay until your end time for each rehearsal. Your fellow actors and crew are depending on you!
  • Absences: Please notify Stardust well in advance if you aren’t able to attend a rehearsal. You should not miss more than 2 or 3 rehearsals. Also, please try to schedule any missed rehearsals toward the beginning of the rehearsal schedule, rather than for the run-through and dress rehearsals close to performance time.
  • Refreshments: Each rehearsal will offer healthy vegan snacks and drink. Please feel free to bring vegan items to share if you like. Please no meat, dairy, or nuts (due to actor allergies) and mark any items containing gluten, thanks!
  • Feedback: Be prepared to provide and receive constructive feedback.
  • Cooperation: Follow the direction of crew members as appropriate to their roles.
  • Inclusion: Co-create an inclusive and diverse environment, with special attention to (dis)ability accommodation
  • Safety: Co-create an safe environment, with special attention to negotiating consensual connections for romantic and/or physical acting relationships (sexual harassment and abuse strictly prohibited)
  • Contacts: Provide basic contact info (name, city, email, phone, pronoun preference) and share it with the group.
  • Publicity: Snap photos and shoot videos during rehearsals, plus provide headshot and bio to share for show publicity.
  • Marketing: Distribute print and online flyers to friends and family to encourage them to attend the free performances.
  • Party: Help figure out where and when to hold our cast/crew/donor party!

Roles by Actor Name

Here is the cast of roles by actor name as of July 20, 2019.

NameRole(s)
TBDPresident
German Newscaster
Venezuelan Newscaster
Lead Soldier
Protestor #3
Soldier
Jeff Zuckergates
TBDEllis
Arabic Newscaster #2
Republican Representative
Assassin
Soldiers Group
TBDSarah Palin
Hebrew Newscaster
Vice President
Student #2
General
Alexis
Octavia
TBDMaster of Ceremonies
Secret Service Goon #1
Russian Newscaster
Chinese Newscaster
Democrat Representative
Student #3
Protestors Group
Opposition Politician
Zuckergates Assistant
Protestor
Protestor #1
TBDTV News Host
Business Newscaster
Brazilian Newscaster
Lead Protestor
Protestor #2
TBDAnna
French Newscaster
Protestors Group
TBDBackstage Voice
Secret Service Goon #2
Democrat Senator
Soldiers Group
Security Guard
TBDSoshe
Arabic Newscaster #1
Republican Senator
Student #1

Roles by Play Act / Scenario

Here is the cast of roles by play act / scenario as of July 20, 2019.

Play
Act/Scenario
Role(s)
PrologueMaster of Ceremonies (TBD)
Act IPresident (TBD)
Secret Service Goon #1 (TBD)
Secret Service Goon #2 (TBD)
TV News Host (TBD)
Anna (TBD)
Soshe (TBD)
Business Newscaster (TBD)
French Newscaster (TBD)
German Newscaster (TBD)
Russian Newscaster (TBD)
Sarah Palin (TBD)
Brazilian Newscaster (TBD)
Venezuelan Newscaster (TBD)
Chinese Newscaster (TBD)
Hebrew Newscaster (TBD)
Arabic Newscaster #1 (TBD)
Arabic Newscaster #2 (TBD)
Ellis (TBD)
Decision PointsMaster of Ceremonies (TBD)
Backstage Voice (TBD)
ImpeachmentSoshe (TBD)
Anna (TBD)
TV News Host (TBD)
Republican Representative (TBD)
Democrat Representative (TBD)
Republican Senator (TBD)
President (TBD)
Democrat Senator (TBD)
Ellis (TBD)
AssassinationAssassin (TBD)
President (TBD)
Anna (TBD)
Ellis (TBD)
Soshe (TBD)
Secret Service Goon #1 (TBD)
Secret Service Goon #2 (TBD)
Vice President (TBD)
TV News Host (TBD)
Decentralized
Revolution
Ellis (TBD)
Anna (TBD)
Soshe (TBD)
TV News Host (TBD)
Student #1 (TBD)
Student #2 (TBD)
Student #3 (TBD)
Military CoupLead Protestor (TBD)
Lead Soldier (TBD)
Protestors Group (TBD, TBD)
Soldiers Group (TBD, TBD)
Soshe (TBD)
TV News Host (TBD)
Anna (TBD)
General (TBD)
Opposition Politician (TBD)
General StrikeSoshe (TBD)
Anna (TBD)
TV News Host (TBD)
Jeff Zuckergates (TBD)
Assistant (TBD)
Alexis (TBD)
Corporate CoupSoshe (TBD)
Anna (TBD)
TV News Host (TBD)
Ellis (TBD)
Security Guard (TBD)
Octavia (TBD)
Electoral ProgressSoshe (TBD)
Anna (TBD)
Ellis (TBD)
TV News Host (TBD)
Do NothingAnna (TBD)
Soshe (TBD)
Ellis (TBD)
Protestor (TBD)
TV News Host (TBD)
CodaMaster of Ceremonies (TBD)
Everyone! (TBD)

Crew List

We are currently recruiting crew for the following roles:

  • Artistic Director: Stardust Doherty
  • Stage Manager: Paul Seliga
  • Tech Director
  • Prop Master
  • Wardrobe Master
  • Marketing & Social Media Manager
  • Fundraising Manager
  • Logistics Manager
  • Sign Language Interpreters (ASL)
  • Videographer

Venue Stages and Load-In

To see photos and videos of the San Francisco Public Library (SFPL) venues and the load-in path to the “stage”, see the following:

Donate to Theatre Makers Revolutionary Theatre for the “20/20” Library Tour!

Update: On December 29, 2019, we reached our initial fundraising goal to cover basic expenses for the production! All donations from this point on are for stage manager and actor stipends.

Dear Friend, 

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 before January 1, 2020! (GoFundMe is offering the lowest transaction fees ever (1.99% + $0.99) for every donation until end of 2019.)

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:

  • 20/20 Play Library Tour” offering the 20/20 play to new audiences for free at local public library branches… please contribute to make this possible at https://charity.gofundme.com/o/en/campaign/2020-play-free-library-tour
  • Where We Love play chronicling the stories of LGBTQ+ refugees and asylum seekers in English and also as Donde Amamos in Spanish (recipient of a CA$H Performs grant with performances slated for Queer Freedom month in June 2020 and community partner Rainbow Street)
  • “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.

Please donate to our “20/20 Play Library Tour” crowdfundraiser !

Or if you prefer, you can donate with a check or to other projects of the Ritual Art Troupe.

In solidarity,

Stardust Doherty
Theatre Makers Co-Founder
Ritual Art Troupe

You Too Interview of Actor Nadeem Anjum

Actor Nadeem Anjum shares thoughts and feelings in this video about the “You Too” play from the Theatre Makers project of the Ritual Art Troupe.

The play is about abuse, the #metoo movement, and hope for the future.

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

Show info and tickets: http://www.ritualart.org/youtoo

You Too Interview of Actor Alia Thiel

Actor Alia Thiel shares thoughts and feelings in this video about the “You Too” play from the Theatre Makers project of the Ritual Art Troupe.

The play is about abuse, the #metoo movement, and hope for the future.

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

Show info and tickets: http://www.ritualart.org/youtoo

You Too Interview of Actor Venee Call-Ferrer

Actor Venee Call-Ferrer shares thoughts and feelings in this video about the “You Too” play from the Theatre Makers project of the Ritual Art Troupe.

The play is about abuse, the #metoo movement, and hope for the future.

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

Show info and tickets: http://www.ritualart.org/youtoo

You Too Interview of Ankur Garg

Actor Ankur Garg shares thoughts and feelings in this video about the “You Too” play from the Theatre Makers project of the Ritual Art Troupe.

The play is about abuse, the #metoo movement, and hope for the future.

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

Show info and tickets: http://www.ritualart.org/youtoo

You Too Premier Success – Two Oakland Shows Nov. 14 & 15

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.

You Too play audience participation in rally scene
You Too play audience participation in rally scene

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.

You Too play panel discussion with representatives from local non-profits Narika and SAVE
You Too play panel discussion with representatives from local non-profits Narika and SAVE
Actors Nadeem Anjum and Venee Call-Ferrer Played Harvey Cosby and Dianne Pelosi
Actor Kameron Thortona Brown joined by family and friends after the show
Actor Courtney Harman joined by friends after the show
Actor Alejandro Estaquio joined by friends after the show

Please join us for the Oakland shows on November 14 and 15. You can buy tickets here.