• Playwrights Circle

    Ingleside Branch Library

    One important group of Theatre Makers are the Playwrights! Everyone is welcome at this Playwrights Circle meetup where playwrights will share their work, offering everyone present an opportunity to read parts aloud in a theatrical setting. The group will provide feedback to playwrights who request it. Building on the great success of the Climate Justice plays "Ecopocalype" and "Animal Factory Farm", we will explore the possibility of co-creating more plays with some exciting performance possibilities, such as Kari and Stardust's latest draft of a play called "20/20" concerning what would happen in the event of the re-election of the President. This library meeting room location is wheelchair accessible and not far from the Balboa Park BART and Muni stations as well as numerous bus lines that go to City College. (This is not a Library Sponsored Program.)

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  • "You Too" Play Kick-Off Meeting

    500 Cortland Ave

    Theatre Makers is co-creating an original play called "You Too". The play is about abuse, the #metoo controversy, and hope for the future. At this kick-off meeting, we will discuss community values and participation in the "You Too" play, including the following roles: • Acting roles • Outreach & venues • Fundraising specialist • Social media marketing • Media Designer • Videographer & Photographer • Costume, prop and set managers • Stage Manager • Sound & Lighting • Logistics Location: Bernal Heights Public Library, enter at gate around corner on Andover St. Door open starting at 6:30 p.m. Everyone is welcome to attend!

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  • Theatre Makers Mixer (Conversation, Drinks, Dinner, Music)

    Bissap and Little Baobab

    Let's have some fun drinking, eating, and getting to know other Theatre Makers at the awesome Bissap Baobab, home of yummy happy hour drinks (until 7:00pm) and traditional Senegalese cuisine and West African specialties (veg/an options available). Please RSVP!!! so we can make sure there is room at the table.

  • Theatre Makers Mixer (Conversation, Drinks, Dinner, Music)

    Bissap and Little Baobab

    Let's have some fun drinking, eating, and getting to know other Theatre Makers at the awesome Bissap Baobab, home of yummy happy hour drinks (until 7:00pm) and traditional Senegalese cuisine and West African specialties (veg/an options available). Please RSVP!!! so we can make sure there is room at the table.

  • Recruit for "You Too" Play at Women's March this Saturday in San Francisco

    Join the Women's March this Saturday and help hand out recruitment flyers for the Theatre Makers play "You Too" about the #metoo movement. Meet at 12:30pm Saturday, January 19: San Francisco Women's March, Civic Center Plaza, on sidewalk in front of San Francisco Public Library, 100 Larkin Street, near corner of Fulton Street. Please RSVP to this Meetup so we know whether to expect you. Thanks! For those who want to join us beforehand at the Oakland Women's March, at 10am we will meet at the Lake Merritt Amphitheater. For more info, see the meetup at https://www.meetup.com/Theatre-Makers-Playwrights-Composers-Directors-Actors/events/258131232/

  • Recruit for "You Too" Play at Women's March this Saturday in Oakland

    Lake Merritt Amphitheater

    Join the Women's March this Saturday and help hand out recruitment flyers for the Theatre Makers play "You Too" about the #metoo movement. Meet at 10am Saturday, January 19: Oakland Women's March Lake Merritt Amphitheater, by the trees where the path from the Amphitheater intersects the sidewalk on Lake Merritt Blvd to the right side of the Amphitheater when looking toward Lake Merritt Please RSVP to this Meetup so we know whether to expect you. Thanks! For those who want to join after the Oakland Women's March, at 12 noon we will take BART across the bridge to the Women's March in San Francisco and meet at the San Francisco Public Library at 100 Larkin Street. For more info, see this meetup: https://www.meetup.com/Theatre-Makers-Playwrights-Composers-Directors-Actors/events/258131344/

  • Playwrights Circle

    St. James School

    One important group of Theatre Makers are the Playwrights! Everyone is welcome at this Playwrights Circle meetup where playwrights will share their work, offering everyone present an opportunity to read parts aloud in a theatrical setting. The group will provide feedback to playwrights who request it. Building on the great success of the Climate Justice plays "Ecopocalype" and "Animal Factory Farm", we will explore the possibility of co-creating more plays with some exciting performance possibilities, such as Iryna and Stardust's latest draft of a play called "You Too". Thanks to JP and St. James for this venue!

  • Theatre Makers Mixer (Conversation, Drinks, Dinner, Music)

    Bissap and Little Baobab

    Let's have some fun drinking, eating, and getting to know other Theatre Makers at the awesome Bissap Baobab, home of yummy happy hour drinks (until 7:00pm) and traditional Senegalese cuisine and West African specialties (veg/an options available). Please RSVP!!! so we can make sure there is room at the table.

  • People's Pop-Up Climate Justice Theatre Show Saturday Afternoon!

    The People's Pop-Up Climate Justice Theatre presents two short plays: "Ecopocalypse" and "Animal Factory Farm" THIS WEEKEND IN SAN FRANCISCO. SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 8: 10am at Embarcadero Plaza (or nearby Sue Bierman Park), repeated 1pm-4pm or later at Civic Center. FREE. Look for the pop-up theater tent canopy with the red velvet curtain. SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 9: 7pm at Mission Neighborhood Center, 362 Capp St. This production is part of the all-day event "Rise for Climate", more info and tickets at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/rise-for-climate-food-agriculture-and-the-environment-tickets-49934241661. Also, please join us for: TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 11: A special performance and fundraiser for Climate Justice! Limited seats at a private venue, with a $50 tax deductible donation. Refreshments and festivities. Get tickets at https://ritualart.ticketspice.com/climate-justice-fundraiser-for-theatre-makers "Ecopocalype": a dystopia where corporations and the wealthy continue the pursuit of profit at the expense of the environment. "Animal Factory Farm": a fable about animals treated poorly by humans who band together and learn that humans are risking not only animal lives, but everything about our way of life on earth. Audience participation encouraged and donations accepted at every event, and you can donate online at http://ritualart.org/donate. The People's Pop-Up Climate Justice Theatre was created by Theatre Makers. Theatre Makers is a project of the Ritual Art Troupe, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Interested in making theater? Join Theatre Makers! Visit us online: https://www.meetup.com/Theatre-Makers-Playwrights-Composers-Directors-Actors/

  • People's Pop-Up Climate Justice Theatre Show Saturday Morning!

    The People's Pop-Up Climate Justice Theatre presents two short plays: "Ecopocalypse" and "Animal Factory Farm" THIS WEEKEND IN SAN FRANCISCO. SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 8: 10am at Embarcadero Plaza (or nearby Sue Bierman Park), repeated 1pm-4pm or later at Civic Center. FREE. Look for the pop-up theater tent canopy with the red velvet curtain. SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 9: 7pm at Mission Neighborhood Center, 362 Capp St. This production is part of the all-day event "Rise for Climate", more info and tickets at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/rise-for-climate-food-agriculture-and-the-environment-tickets-49934241661. Also, please join us for: TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 11: A special performance and fundraiser for Climate Justice! Limited seats at a private venue, with a $50 tax deductible donation. Refreshments and festivities. Get tickets at https://ritualart.ticketspice.com/climate-justice-fundraiser-for-theatre-makers "Ecopocalype": a dystopia where corporations and the wealthy continue the pursuit of profit at the expense of the environment. "Animal Factory Farm": a fable about animals treated poorly by humans who band together and learn that humans are risking not only animal lives, but everything about our way of life on earth. Audience participation encouraged and donations accepted at every event, and you can donate online at http://ritualart.org/donate. The People's Pop-Up Climate Justice Theatre was created by Theatre Makers. Theatre Makers is a project of the Ritual Art Troupe, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Interested in making theater? Join Theatre Makers! Visit us online: https://www.meetup.com/Theatre-Makers-Playwrights-Composers-Directors-Actors/