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Bindlestiff Studio Presents: Stories High XVII


  • Bindlestiff Studio 185 6th Street San Francisco, CA 94103 (map)

STORIES HIGH XVII
Bindlestiff Studio proudly presents Stories High XVII - the culmination of our long-running annual page-to-stage workshop series which opens August 31 thru September 16. This year we will be featuring SIX one-act plays:

"Choices" written by Caroline Calderon
Directed by Gabriel Manalang & Christina Tolentino

"Common Ground" written by Lauren Lola
Directed by Tim Berteaux

"Charlie, Don't Die" written by Ed Mabasa
Directed by Juan Berumen

"Sounding Heartbeats" written by Sofia Chanco
Directed by Melanie Elvena

"The Reverie Technician" written by Thomas Paras
Directed by Judith Ferrer

"Catching Feelings" written by Manny Cabrera
Directed by Mary Grace Burns

Featuring: Mark Abella, Cary Agtane, Tim Berteaux, Mary Grace Burns, Kathlyn Cabrera, Manny Cabrera, Giancarlo Cariola, Felicia Chanco, Raisa Donato, Lauren Garcia, Joan Legaspi, Rey Lopez, Russelle McDermott, Jamie Nallas, Jack Patena, Sara Witsch and Joyce Yin

SHOW DATES: Aug 31-Sept 16 Thursdays-Saturdays, 8PM.

Community Preview Night: Thursday, Aug 31. 

Opening-weekend reception, September 1, immediately following performance. Catered by local vendors.

Bindlestiff Studio
185 Sixth St.
San Francisco, CA 94103

$10 Students/Seniors
$15 General
$25 Support-the-Artists

Sponsored in part by:
PAWA (Philippine American Writers and Artists), Inc.
San Francisco Grants for the Arts
San Francisco Arts Commission

For more information about Bindlestiff Studio visit:
http://www.bindlestiffstudio.org/

About Bindlestiff Studio:
Originally opened in 1989, Bindlestiff Studio became the only permanent, community-based performing arts venue in the nation dedicated to showcasing Filipino American and Pilipino artists. Bindlestiff Studio provides the often under-served Filipino American community access to diverse offerings in theatrical productions, music and film festivals, workshops in directing, production, acting, stand-up comedy, and writing, as well as a children and youth theater programs. We are one of the proud institutions of the newly christened #SOMAPilipinas Cultural District.

Earlier Event: August 30
SOMA Pilipinas Tech Meet-up 2.0
Later Event: September 15
Undiscovered SF: September Night Market