WORD! Short Plays by Short People
THURSDAY, MAY 9 at 6PM
FRIDAY, MAY 10 at 6:30PM
StageWrite presents a multimedia production of original plays written by fifth graders from SFUSD, inspired by works of visual art at the de Young Museum, and performed by professional actors with music by The Write-Ons. Enter a world where... dragons feast on negative words, smart phones keep it real, books fight to exist, dance speaks louder than words, cigarettes get fired up, lost languages are found, & pigeons speak out.
Sliding scale: $10 - $40
Giving voice to musicians and artists from the "banned nations"
A new one-act play written by San Francisco Poet Laureate Emeritus Alejandro Murguía
Wendy Ramos - Cuerda
SUNDAY, MARCH 10 - 7PM
Por primera vez llega a San Francisco Wendy Ramos y su unipersonal " Cuerda" El unipersonal mas aclamado del 2018 en Peru llega a tu ciudad Un evento que no te puedes perder y que te hara reír de principio a fin.
Join Danny and special guests for fun and lively conversation dissecting reader questions about relationships, home, work, and more!
Listen to good music while supporting a good cause!
A fundraiser for MAESTRAPEACE the book, and the Chicana Latina Foundation
43rd Annual American Indian Film Festival
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7 - SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11
The American Indian Film Festival is proud to present their 43rd season at the Brava Theater Center - one of the most eclectic and multifaceted arts venues in the Bay Area! The festival is an annual forum, which brings artists, filmmakers, musicians, talent and the general local public together to celebrate, support and experience work produced by native and non-native peoples while advocating for authentic representation of native people in the media. Join them this festival as they honor and celebrate the life’s work of the late Michael Smith, founder and director of American Indian Film Festival®.
For the full list of film showings and activities, visit American Indian Film Festival’s website at aifisf.com.