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UPCOMING PERFORMANCE & EVENT HIGHLIGHTS APPEAR BELOW.
SPRING 2014 PERFORMANCE & EVENT HIGHLIGHTS
Each Theatresports show is full of variety as teams challenge each other back-and-forth and rack up points from our "expert" judges.
BATS Improv Students: Theatresports Tournament
Sunday, February 9-April 13, 7:00 p.m.
(No show March 2, 8:00 p.m. show March 16)
$10 (tickets at door only)
More Information: (415) 474-6776 & www.improv.org
BATS Improv School offers lively shows at bargain prices. Each tournament bout features a unique show performed by two teams. Semi-finals take place March 30 and April 6, and the grand finale occurs April 13.
The charm and power of classic American theater meets the exciting, unpredictable nature of improvisation. We can't tell you what happens or what the play is about (since we won't know until we're doing it), but it's sure to be some of the most crisp, theatrical, and hilarious theater ever created without a script!
Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts: HAIR
Friday & Saturday, March 21, 22 & 28, 8:00 p.m.
Thursday-Saturday, March 27 & April 10-12, 8:00 p.m.
$20 adults; $15 students (K-12) & seniors
More Information: (415) 695-5700 & www.SFSOTATheatre.org
HAIR is a living history lesson about the 1960s Summer of Love. Featuring phenomenal musical numbers including "Aquarius" and "Hair," HAIR is a story of human rights, personal identity, the Vietnam War, and the sexual revolution.
A simple homecoming dinner takes a fantastical turn as Mo slips into a dreamscape that even those closest to him can’t imagine. Can Mo’s friends offer enough emotional ballast to restore his sanctity of self? This theatrical odyssey examines the very real experience of trauma survived but not defeated.
Generation Theatre presents The Provoked Wife by Sir John Vanbrugh, directed by R. David Valayre. A classic comedy written in 1697, The Provoked Wife reflects upon marriage, fidelity, women, and romance.
April 24-27, 2014, multiple venues on the Fort Mason Center campus
The San Francisco Contemporary Music Players Sweet Thunder
Festival of Electro-Acoustic Music brings some of the nation’s
leading interpreters of contemporary music to San Francisco.