Free Workshop with Michael Rohd on Theater & Civic Engagement. Learn best practices for theater artists devising work with communities and what it means to collaborate across sectors. Michael is the artistic director of Sojourn Theatre and nationally recognized for his work on the arts and civic practice. Friday 7/26 9 am – 12 pm at Intersection for the Arts. Free but RSVP required as space is extremely limited. More details and registration here: http://www.eventbrite.com/event/1416433591/es2/?rank=1.
Three of the Bay Area’s most exciting vocalists perform an intimate concert, singing songs about the sea, boats, love, and life, drawn from the folkloric and popular music traditions of Latin America and the Caribbean.
SATURDAY JULY 13, 2013
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Thanks to all who joined We Players on Alcatraz Island May 19, to view and discuss this new documentary film about the relationship between a prisoner and an artist, and the dream home of a man who has spent 40 years in solitary. http://hermanshousethefilm.com/
Learn about current realities and consider getting involved with the issue of solitary confinement in California prisons - http://www.stoptortureca.org
Join We Players to view and discuss this new documentary film about the relationship between a prisoner and an artist, and the dream home of a man who has spent 40 years in solitary.
Sunday, May 19 – Alcatraz Island, 5:30-10pm
Screening, panel discussion with director Angad Singh Bhalla (a past player with WE!) and other special guests, walking tour, and viewing of a current art exhibit in the New Industries Building.
For more information on the film, visit http://hermanshousethefilm.com/
2012 was an exciting year! We received our 501(c)3 status, and produced two full-scale shows in two dramatic Bay Area locations. We Players is currently exploring myths and researching histories of the San Francisco Bay as we begin to develop a new work, in partnership with San Francisco Maritime National Historic Park. And we are also pulling out our notes, starting to engage our creative team, and otherwise bubbling our cauldron for our first remount – Macbeth at Fort Point, which will be performed in September – October 2013. We have exciting staff, volunteer and intern opportunities for all projects and company operations.