Sixty Plus Lecture: "Theater Showcase" with Golden Thread Productions, San Francisco Playhouse, and more!
Enjoy an afternoon of previewing upcoming theater productions from several San Francisco theater companies - excerpts both dramas and musicals will be showcased.
GOLDEN THREAD PRODUCTIONS, founded in 1996, is the first American theater company devoted to the Middle East. Bringing the Middle East to the American Stage, Golden Thread produces passionate and provocative plays that celebrate the multiplicity of its perspectives and identities.
SAN FRANCISCO PLAYHOUSE was founded by Bill English and Susie Damilano in 2003 and is one of the Bay Area's fastest growing theater companies. The Playhouse provides audiences the opportunity to experience top-notch professional actors in a beautiful small theater. Their mission is to share stories that uplift our spirits, deepen self-awareness and nurture a compassionate community.
BAY AREA MUSICALS was founded in 2014 by local theater professionals - it is dedicated to the craft and development of the American Musical. The company strives to enrich the lives of locals and visitors by providing a variety of musical theater productions at an affordable price for all who want to attend.
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Location:These programs will be held in Knuth Hall in the Creative Arts Building. They start at 1:00 with a short business meeting which is followed directly by the program. Light refreshments will be offered afterwards in Room 154 which is directly across the hallway from Knuth Hall.
There is no shuttle during the summer months but parking on campus and nearby is available since there on few classes or students on campus.
Parking and transit: There is a garage ($7/day); otherwise, only meter or 2 hour street parking. We recommend transit! The M stops at 19th and Holloway. Also the 57 (to/from West Portal & Daly City BART), 29 (to/from Richmond/Sunset & Balboa BART), and 28 to/from the Golden Gate Bridge & Daly City BART. From Daly City BART, the 28 and the 57 both stop at Holloway (7-10 minutes).