You Too Cast & Crew Headshots & Bios

ActorsCrew / Personnel
Nadeem AnjumIryna Lymar
Venee Call-FerrerStardust Doherty
Alejandro EustaquioPulkit Gulati
Ankur Garg
Courtney Hartman
Jess Lazkano
Alia Thiel
Kameron Thorntona Brown

Actors

Nadeem Anjum headshot

Nadeem Anjum (Harvey Cosby)

Nadeem (he, his, him) is from Calcutta and has been in San Francisco Bay Area for 5 years now. He has been acting since he was a kid and has appeared in several theatre and film roles. He debuted with Theatre Makers when he appeared as a wealthy entrepreneur in “Ecopocalypse” (2018) and as a Gorilla in “Animal Factory Farm” (2018). His most recent theatre appearance was in the SF Fringe Festival where he appeared as a socialist in “20/20” (2019). He is excited to be combining his passion for acting and social justice with his participation in “You Too”.



Venee Call-Ferrer

Venee Call-Ferrer (Dianne Pelosi)

Venee (she, her, her) is drawn to Theater because of its ability to bring about social change, personal transformation, and inspire understanding, compassion, and tolerance in the world. Venee has a B.A. in Arts and Social Change from New College of California, with studies in Drama Therapy, Film/Video, Photography, Studio, and Performance Art. She is also an avid abstract photographer and traveler. She was just nominated for the Arty Awards 2019, Best Supporting Actress for the part of Jesses in Sweat, BOTTG. Past performances include Improv with Pan Theater Oakland, Living Tarot, and The Resistible Rise Of Arturo Uuo. “You Too” is Venee’s debut with Theatre Makers.



Alejandro Eustaquio

Alejandro Eustaquio (Father Ford)

Alejandro (he, his, him) was born in Vallejo, CA and is the youngest of five children. Alejandro originally grew up as a musician playing the flute. He had plans to pursue The Juilliard School In New York; however, he realized that music was more of a hobby than a career. In 2009, Alejandro made it his New Year’s resolution to pursue his dream of acting. He has filmed various films and commercials around the Bay Area and currently studies at the Beverly Hills Playhouse In San Francisco. Aside from the Arts, Alejandro also enjoys traveling the world. He has visited 12 countries amongst Europe, Asia, and Latin America. “You Too” is Alejandro’s debut with Theatre Makers.



Ankur Garg

Ankur Garg (Mother Ford)

Ankur (she, her, her) is thrilled to be a part of this timely production! She is an avid actor and singer who performed across Washington DC, Minneapolis and Los Angeles prior to her recent move to San Francisco. Ankur was last seen in Terminal Lucidity at the Baltimore Theatre Project, and the Page-to-Stage New Play Festival at the Kennedy Center. She trained at the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis and The Actors Center in Los Angeles. “You Too” is Ankur’s debut with Theatre Makers.



Courtney Hartman (Anita Ford)

Courtney (she, her, her) is a licensed psychologist in CA with a background in theatre. She has been practicing in CA for over three years, and has been performing in various visual art installations and bay area theatre projects for 10 years. She had her directing debut last VDay season with VDay East Bay the Vagina Monologues with a focus on racial diversity and acknowledgment of the limitations of a script that aims at representing the experiences of all women. She is very excited to be joining forces with Theatre Makers to continue creating theatre to address social justice issues. “You Too” is Courtney’s debut with Theatre Makers.



Jess Lazkano (Tommy Ford, RICKY)

Jess (he, his, him) was born in Mexico from a Mexican mother and Spanish father. He moved to the US when he was 13. He is currently a singer-songwriter in the pop and experimental music genres delivering strong and out-of-the-ordinary messages. He is also exploring acting and photography. “You Too” is Jess’ debut with Theatre Makers.



Alia Thiel

Alia Thiel (Sister Pelosi)

Alia (she, her, her) is thrilled to be a part of her first project with Ritual Art Troupe. She feels passionately about spreading awareness about the #metoo movement and the perspective of victims of abuse and harassment. Alia has performed with local college theater at Diablo Valley College, Cal State Eastbay, and Chabot College. She was last seen in “​A Musical Comedy of Murders” with The Orinda Starlight Players. “You Too” is Alia’s debut with Theatre Makers.



Kameron Thorntona Brown (Sean O’Reilly, CAMPAIGN MANAGER)

Kameron (he, his, him) is originally from Sacramento and moved to the Bay Area last year. He has starred in multiple plays, but recently took on new challenges pursuing Television and Film. One of Kameron’s favorite roles was being a “stand-in” and “background” actor for the Netflix show, “13 Reasons Why”. Kameron would like to thank his mother, family, and girlfriend for all their love and support. “You Too” is Kameron’s debut with Theatre Makers.



Crew / Personnel

Iryna Lymar (Director, Co-Writer)

Iryna (she/her/her) was born in Ukraine, lived in China for 8 years, and eventually moved to California. She studied linguistics and speaks 4 languages: English, Chinese (Mandarin), Ukrainian, and Russian. While doing management and translation jobs in China, Iryna started exploring writing and the theater world. She wrote a compilation of stories about strangers called “Just some strangers on the way” (the book is registered in Ukraine) and a short script called “Robot Buddha”. She co-directed the “Robot Buddha” play in Shenzhen, China, in 2016. Besides that, she was an active member of an improv group called “Planet Factory” and acted at monthly shows for a year. Now Iryna lives in San Francisco, teaches yoga, and participates in local theater life. Iryna is a co-writer of the Theatre Maker plays “Animal Factory Farm” (2018), “Ecopocalypse” (2018), and “You Too” (2019), the last of which Iryna is also directing.



Stardust Doherty (CO-WRITER)

Stardust (ze/per/herm) is a playwright, composer, musician (oboe and English horn), and English teacher. Stardust is focused long-term on the True of Voice musical dance theatre production and is a co-organizer of the Theatre Makers Meetup, as well as other playwrighting and composing projects. Stardust serves on the Board of Ritual Art Troupe, as well as two other non-profit organizations, the Online Policy Group and the San Francisco Composers Chamber Orchestra. Stardust formerly worked at the Electronic Frontier Foundation and the Verified Voting Foundation, and at various high-tech companies during a prior career. Stardust began directing plays with per Shakespeare adaptation “A Midwinter Afternoon’s Nightmare” and the original “Bush Faeries: The Musical” (2018) staged at Breitenbush Community Hot Springs winter radical faerie gatherings. Along the way, there was an agit prop production of “Occupy San Francisco Employee Retirement System” (2013) in response to the bankster housing crisis. Stardust is a co-writer with Iryna Lymar and director of the Theatre Maker plays “Animal Factory Farm” (2018) and “Ecopocalypse” (2018), a co-writer with Iryna Lymar of “You Too” (2019), and a co-writer with Kari Barclay and the director of “20/20” (San Francisco Fringe Festival 2019).



Pulkit Gulati

Pulkit Gulati (Stage Manager)

Pulkit (he, his, him) is a Bay Area actor, filmmaker, and dancer who completed a two-year intensive acting program under Jim Jarrett, Sandy Meisner’s last teaching protege. Pulkit’s work includes “Serial Monster: Ted Bundy” on ReelzTV, “Is this Meta?”, “Consequences!” as well as other indie shorts. Pulkit can soon be seen in a VR Short Film which was produced in collaboration with University of California Berkeley. He’s won best comedy for “Perspective” at a Bay Area 24 Hour Film Festival and was part of HBO Asian Festival nomination “The Great Escape”. “You Too” is Pulkit’s first project with Theatre Makers.



Actor Kari Barclay on 20/20 Play from Theatre Makers

Actor Kari Barclay shares thoughts and feelings in this video about the 20/20 play from the Theatre Makers project of the Ritual Art Troupe.

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. In this 60-minute satirical participatory performance, audience members choose from a list of possible scenarios they want staged: 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 at all has its consequences.

“20/20” had four performances at the San Francisco Fringe Festival, September 7-14, plus a bonus performance on September 15, 2019.

Show info and tickets: http://www.ritualart.org/2020

You Too Actors & Crew Information

This information is for actors and crew of the Theatre Makers play You Too. For general information about the play You Too, please go to ritualart.org/youtoo

Performance Schedule

Three performances at these two venues:

  • Fremont Community Center, 40204 Paseo Padre Parkway, Fremont, CA
  • First Unitarian Church, 685 14th Street, Oakland, CA

Actors and crew should plan to arrive one hour before each performance to prepare for the show and stay for one hour after each performance to help with takedown and receive your public.

Show TimeLocationCall TimeEnd Time
7:00pm,
Saturday,
November 9,
2019
Fremont
Community
Center
06:00 PM10:00 PM
08:00 PM,
Thursday,
November 14,
2019
First
Unitarian
Church
07:00 PM10:00 PM
08:00 PM,
Friday,
November 15,
2019
First
Unitarian
Church
07:00 PM10:00 PM

Rehearsal Schedule

DateLocationStart TimeEnd TimeAbsent
Sunday,
September 8,
2019
Narika,
3155 Kearny St,
Fremont
03:00 PM06:00 PMAlejandro
(not cast yet)
Monday,
September 9,
2019
304
Winfield
St,
San
Francisco
07:00 PM09:30 PMAlejandro
(not cast yet)
Sunday,
September 15,
2019
Narika,
3155 Kearny St,
Fremont
03:00 PM06:00 PMAlejandro
(not cast yet), Alia,
Ankur,
Nadeem
Monday,
September 16,
2019
304
Winfield
St,
San
Francisco
07:00 PM09:30 PMAnkur,
Venee
Sunday,
September 22,
2019
Narika,
3155 Kearny St,
Fremont
03:00 PM06:00 PMAnkur,
Jess,
Kameron
Monday,
September 23,
2019
304
Winfield
St,
San
Francisco
07:00 PM09:30 PMAlia,
Ankur
Sunday,
September 29,
2019
Narika,
3155 Kearny St,
Fremont
03:00 PM06:00 PMNadeem
Monday,
September 30,
2019
304
Winfield
St,
San
Francisco
07:00 PM09:30 PMNadeem
Sunday,
October 6,
2019
Narika,
3155 Kearny St,
Fremont
03:00 PM06:00 PMJess
(no show),
Kameron
(no show)
Monday,
October 7,
2019
304
Winfield
St,
San
Francisco
07:00 PM09:30 PM
Sunday,
October 13,
2019
Narika,
3155 Kearny St,
Fremont
03:00 PM06:00 PMAlia,
Ankur,
Courtney,
Venee (sick)
Monday,
October 14,
2019
304
Winfield
St,
San
Francisco
07:00 PM09:30 PMAnkur
Sunday,
October 20,
2019
First Unitarian Church, Oakland04:00 PM07:00 PMAlia, Ankur, Kameron
Monday,
October 21,
2019
304
Winfield
St,
San
Francisco
07:00 PM09:30 PMAlia, Ankur, Courtney, Venee
Sunday,
October 27,
2019
First Unitarian Church, Oakland05:00 PM07:00 PMNadeem
Monday,
October 28,
2019
304
Winfield
St,
San
Francisco
07:00 PM09:30 PMIryna (Pulkit directing)
Friday,
November 1,
2019
304
Winfield
St,
San
Francisco
07:00 PM09:30 PM
Sunday,
November 3,
2019
First Unitarian Church, Oakland04:00 PM07:00 PM
Monday,
November 4,
2019
304
Winfield
St,
San
Francisco
07:00 PM09:30 PM
Friday,
November 8,
2019
304
Winfield
St,
San
Francisco
07:00 PM09:30 PMAnkur, Courtney, Kameron, Nadeem

Rehearsal Guidelines

  • 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 Project Director Iryna Lymar well in advance if you aren’t able to attend a rehearsal. You may not miss more than 5 rehearsals. Also, please try to schedule any missed rehearsals toward the beginning of the rehearsal schedule, rather than close to performance time.
  • Refreshments: Each Monday rehearsal will offer healthy vegan snacks. Please feel free to bring vegan items to share if you like. Please no meat, dairy, or nuts (due to allergies).
  • Rehearsal Spaces: Please no meat, dairy, or nuts (due to allergies), no pets, and no tobacco inside the Monday rehearsal space, where you should be prepared to remove your shoes upon entry. Please keep both rehearsal spaces clean.
  • Feedback: Be prepared to provide and receive constructive feedback. Script change suggestions welcome until the end of the fifth rehearsal when we will do our best to make the script solid.
  • 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 (all participants are required to read, understand, and sign the anti-harassment policy)
  • Contacts: Provide basic contact info (name, city, email, phone, pronoun preference) and share it with the group. Please provide to the Project Director your full legal name (for checks) and full address, health insurance, and emergency contact information on the waiver form.
  • 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 purchase tickets for the performances.
  • Party: Help figure out where and when to hold our cast/crew/donor party!
  • Stay Up-To-Date: Please join the Theatre Makers Meetup to find out about Theatre Makers opportunities, like auditions, parties, and play readings.

Roles by Actor Name

Here is the cast of roles by actor name as of September 22, 2019.

NameRole(s)
Alejandro EustaquioFather Ford
Alia ThielSister Pelosi
Ankur GargMother Ford,
Prosecutor
Courtney HartmanAnita Ford
Jess LazkanoTommy Ford,
Ricky
Kameron ThorntonaSean O’Reilly,
Campaign Manager
Nadeem AnjumHarvey Cosby,
Man in Video
Venee Call-FerrerDianne Pelosi

Roles by Play Act / Scene

Here is the cast of roles by play act / scene as of September 22, 2019.

Play
Act/Scenario
Role(s)
Act I. Scene 1Dianne Pelosi, Sister Pelosi
Act I. Scene 2Sean O’Reilly, Dianne Pelosi
Act I. Scene 3Sean O’Reilly, Father Ford, Mother Ford, Anita Ford, Tommy Ford
Act I. Scene 4Tommy Ford, Anita Ford
Act I. Scene 5Harvey Cosby, Ricky, Anita Ford, Campaign Manager (Joey)
Act I. Scene 6Sean O’Reilly, Harvey Cosby
Act II. Scene 1Sister Pelosi, Prosecutor, Anita Ford, Dianne Pelosi
Act II. Scene 2Dianne Pelosi, Sister Pelosi
Act II. Scene 3Sean O’Reilly, Dianne Pelosi, Anita Ford
Act II. Scene 4Campaign Manager, Harvey Cosby, Rally Participants, Woman in Crowd, Another Woman in Crowd
Act II. Scene 5Rally Participants, Father Ford, Mother Ford, Anita Ford, Tommy Ford, Sean O’Reilly
Call & Talk-backEveryone

Crew List

We are currently recruiting crew for the following roles:

  • Tech Director
  • Set Designer
  • Prop Master
  • Wardrobe Master
  • Marketing Manager
  • Fundraising Manager
  • Logistics Manager (Driver)
  • Sign Language Interpreters (ASL)
  • Videographer
  • Graphic Designer
  • Painters/Builders/Makers/Movers/Shakers 🙂

Venue Stage and Load-In

Photos of the Fremont Community Center stage and the load-in path to the stage… coming soon.

Photos of First Unitarian Church stage and the load-in path to the stage… coming soon.

20/20 at the Fringe

20/20: Winner of Fringe Sold Out Award (San Francisco Fringe Festival 2019)

Review: Excellent review from Theatrius.
Update: Check out our new preview video.
Opening Night: a big success with the audience choosing the Assassination and Decentralized Revolution scenarios!
Second Show: smaller crowd choosing the Impeachment, Assassination, and General Strike scenarios.
Third Show: a rowdy crowd choosing the Assassination and Decentralized Revolution scenarios.
Fourth Show: a great crowd choosing the Decentralized Revolution and General Strike scenarios.
Info: Media Release

Actors/Crew: please go here.

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. In this 60-minute satirical participatory performance, audience members choose from a list of possible scenarios they want staged: 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 at all has its consequences.

“20/20”, co-written by Kari Barclay and Stardust Doherty, is scheduled for four performances only during the San Francisco Fringe Festival.

Showtimes:
SAT SEPT 7 6:30 PM (SOLD OUT advance tickets)
SUN SEPT 8 2:00 PM
WED SEPT 11 8:30 PM
SAT SEPT 14 5:00 PM
BONUS SHOW & PARTY: SUN SEPT 15 2:00PM
Chart of Tickets Sold to 20/20 Play by Show Date
201 total tickets sold (163 of 240 advance tickets sold, 38 tickets sold at the door, 12 comps)(Ticket sales table updated September 16, 2019.)

Tickets: $13 cash in person if available one half hour before show (arrive early to get in line) OR
$15.99 online (no longer on sale)
Advanced purchase recommended due to limited seating.

Tickets for Bonus Show & Party: (no longer on sale)

RSVP: https://www.facebook.com/events/450405595516289/

Location: EXIT Theatre, 156 Eddy St, San Francisco

Cast and Crew Headshots and Bios: http://ritualart.org/wordpress/2019/06/18/20-20-play-actor-crew-bios/

20/20 Show Photos and Videos: http://ritualart.org/wordpress/2019/07/31/20-20-photos/

We are seeking costumers, set designers, painters, prop makers, roadies, sound and light crew, funders, venue staff, sign language interpreters (ASL), and other volunteers to stage this new play.

Please volunteer, donate funds, or donate venue, food, materials or equipment to make this show possible!

Thanks to our show donors: Stardust, Brad, Anonymous 1, Matt, and Anonymous 2.

Thanks to our in-kind donor:

Arizmendi logoAwesome worker-owned pizzeria and bakery for yummy vegan pastries and bread to nourish our actors and crew for rehearsals.
20/20 Play Cast & Crew Photo
20/20 Play Cast & Crew Photo

Activities:

Playwrights Circle reading and critique session of “20/20” at the Ingleside Branch Library in San Francisco on May 21, 2019.

Auditions held on May 31, June 1, June 3, and June 7. More info: http://ritualart.org/wordpress/2019/05/24/20-20-play-casting-notice-for-sf-auditions-on-may-31-june-1-deadline-may-28/

Cast Callback / Party at Stardust’s home in San Francisco on Sunday, June 16.

First rehearsal at Stardust’s home in San Francisco on Tuesday, July 9.

Second rehearsal at Stardust’s home in San Francisco on Saturday, July 13.

Third rehearsal at Stardust’s home in San Francisco on Tuesday, July 16.

Fourth rehearsal at Stardust’s home in San Francisco on Saturday, July 20.

Fifth rehearsal at Stardust’s home in San Francisco on Tuesday, July 23.

Sixth rehearsal at Stardust’s home in San Francisco on Saturday, July 27.

Seventh rehearsal at Stardust’s home in San Francisco on Tuesday, July 30.

Eighth rehearsal at Stardust’s home in San Francisco on Saturday, August 3.

Ninth rehearsal at Stardust’s home in San Francisco on Tuesday, August 6.

Maker Party for Props/Sets at Stardust’s home in San Francisco on Saturday, August 10.

Tenth rehearsal at Stardust’s home in San Francisco on Saturday, August 10.

Eleventh rehearsal at Stardust’s home in San Francisco on Tuesday, August 13.

Maker Party for Props/Sets at Stardust’s home in San Francisco on Saturday, August 17.

Twelfth rehearsal at Stardust’s home in San Francisco on Saturday, August 17.

Thirteenth rehearsal at Stardust’s home in San Francisco on Tuesday, August 20.

Maker Party for Props/Sets at Stardust’s home in San Francisco on Saturday, August 24.

Fourteenth rehearsal at Stardust’s home in San Francisco on Saturday, August 24.

Fifteenth rehearsal at Stardust’s home in San Francisco on Tuesday, August 27.

Maker Party for Props/Sets at Stardust’s home in San Francisco on Saturday, August 31.

Sixteenth rehearsal at Stardust’s home in San Francisco on Saturday, August 31.

Maker Party for Props/Sets at Stardust’s home in San Francisco on Monday, September 2.

Seventeenth rehearsal (Tech Rehearsal) at EXIT Theatre in San Francisco on Tuesday, September 3.

Eighteenth rehearsal (Final Dress Rehearsal) at Stardust’s home in San Francisco on Friday, September 6.

20/20 Play: Preview Video

Last chance to see “20/20” at the SF Fringe Festival is 5:00pm on Saturday, September 14, 156 Eddy Street, San Francisco.

Tix: https://20-20.brownpapertickets.com (or 30 minutes before showtime at the door)

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. In this 60-minute satirical participatory performance, audience members choose from a list of possible scenarios they want staged: 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 at all has its consequences.

“20/20” will have four performances at the San Francisco Fringe Festival, September 7-14, plus a possible bonus performance on September 15, 2019.

Show info and tickets: http://www.ritualart.org/2020

20/20 Cast & Crew at EXIT Theatre

20/20 Cast & Crew in front of the EXIT Theatre in San Francisco
20/20 Cast & Crew in front of the EXIT Theatre in San Francisco

Last chance to see “20/20” at the SF Fringe Festival is 5:00pm on Saturday, September 14, 156 Eddy Street, San Francisco.

Tix: https://20-20.brownpapertickets.com (or 30 minutes before showtime at the door)

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. In this 60-minute satirical participatory performance, audience members choose from a list of possible scenarios they want staged: 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 at all has its consequences.

“20/20” will have four performances at the San Francisco Fringe Festival, September 7-14, plus a possible bonus performance on September 15, 2019.

Show info and tickets: http://www.ritualart.org/2020

Actor Ryan Samarakoon on 20/20 Play from Theatre Makers

Actor Ryan Samarakoon shares thoughts and feelings in this video about the “20/20” play from the Theatre Makers project of the Ritual Art Troupe.

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. In this 60-minute satirical participatory performance, audience members choose from a list of possible scenarios they want staged: 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 at all has its consequences.

“20/20” will have four performances at the San Francisco Fringe Festival, September 7-14, plus a possible bonus performance on September 15, 2019.

Show info and tickets: http://www.ritualart.org/2020

Actor Matt on 20/20 Play from Theatre Makers

Actor Matt shares thoughts and feelings in this video about the 20/20 play from the Theatre Makers project of the Ritual Art Troupe.

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. In this 60-minute satirical participatory performance, audience members choose from a list of possible scenarios they want staged: 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 at all has its consequences.

20/20 will have four performances at the San Francisco Fringe Festival, September 7-14, plus a possible bonus performance on September 15, 2019.

Show info and tickets: http://www.ritualart.org/2020

Actor Nadeem Anjum on 20/20 Play from Theatre Makers

Actor Nadeem Anjum shares thoughts and feelings in this video about the 20/20 play from the Theatre Makers project of the Ritual Art Troupe.

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. In this 60-minute satirical participatory performance, audience members choose from a list of possible scenarios they want staged: 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 at all has its consequences.

20/20 will have four performances at the San Francisco Fringe Festival, September 7-14, plus a possible bonus performance on September 15, 2019.

Show info and tickets: http://www.ritualart.org/2020

Actor Jess Thompson on 20/20 Play from Theatre Makers

Actor Jess Thompson shares thoughts and feelings in this video about the 20/20 play from the Theatre Makers project of the Ritual Art Troupe.

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. In this 60-minute satirical participatory performance, audience members choose from a list of possible scenarios they want staged: 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 at all has its consequences.

20/20 will have four performances at the San Francisco Fringe Festival, September 7-14, plus a possible bonus performance on September 15, 2019.

Show info and tickets: http://www.ritualart.org/2020