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2011 Season

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2011 – A Midsummer Night’s Dream. The setting of this Midsummer is in the late 1960’s.  The summer of love was in full swing and the times they were a-changin’. Into this sixties melting pot of music, sexual freedom, creative expression, and politics comes the wild and beloved story of Midsummer Night’s DreamMidsummer is about magic, love and family–the family we are born into and the family we create. Simply staged in Bay Area parks, this production promises music, fun and, naturally, some family-friendly free love.”

 

Playfest 2011– Phoenix Theatre- 414 Mason Street, San Francisco-June 3rd and 4th-   8:00 p.m.

 Enjoy original Plays by female playwrights at our annual fundraiser, and a sneak preview of our fall play!

Here’s the line-up:

1960 -by Marilyn Hughes-directed by Jodi Schiller

Blood Sisters– by Robin Rice Lichtig-directed by Kate Jopson

  It’s Good to Know-by Megan Cohen-directed by Victoria Erville

Counting the Minutes-by Evelyn Jean Pine-directed by Victoria Erville

  740 is a Blue Ribbon-by Nancy Gall-Clayton-directed by Victoria Erville

After the Prologue– by Carol S. Lashof-directed by Jodi Schiller

The Suffrage Project-by Kate Jopson, Sharon Huff and Anne Hallinan-directed by Sharon Huff

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