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Storefront Church ArtThe House That Will Not Stand ArtThe Suit ArtPen / Man / Ship art

 
Storefront Church
 
By John Patrick Shanley
Directed by Joy Carlin
Featuring Carl Lumbly
(Southland, Alias, Cagney & Lacey)
Select dates between
Dec. 3, 2013 & Jan. 11, 2014*
San Francisco Playhouse
450 Post Street, San Francisco

God vs. Gelt. Is it a moral failing to collect the rent? Find out when a politically savvy Bronx borough politician faces a Pentecostal minister who's short on faith. Will the mortgage get paid? If so, at what cost?

 
The House that Will not Stand
 
By Marcus Gardley
Directed by Patricia McGregor

Select dates between
Feb 4 & Feb. 16, 2014*
Berkeley Repertory Theatre
Thrust Stage, 2025 Addison Street, Berkeley

Berkeley Rep proudly presents the world premiere of a new play commissioned from an Oakland native: The House that will not Stand, by Marcus Gardley, captures a single, steamy day for seven women in New Orleans. In 1836, white men in that city often live openly with their black Creole lovers. Yet wealth and freedom may not protect Beartrice when her man mysteriously dies… or conceal old secrets when another handsome bachelor calls on her daughters. Directed by Patricia McGregor, The House that will not Stand is gripping family drama — sensuous, humorous, uplifting, heartbreaking — told in a rich and lyrical river of words.

 
Fences

By August Wilson
Directed by Derrick Sanders
Featuring Carl Lumbly, Margo Hall,
and Steven Anthony Jones

Select dates between
Apr. 16 & May 4, 2014*
Marin Theatre Company
397 Miller Avenue, Mill Valley
presented in association with Lorraine Hansberry Theatre

Troy Maxson, one of the greatest characters of American theater, has stepped up to the plate too many times in his life only to go down swinging. Shut out of the big leagues by prejudice, the former Negro League homerun king is now a garbage collector just trying to make a living and do right by his family. When his youngest son shows promise on the high school football team, Troy must come to terms with his past disappointments or risk tearing his family apart.

Marin Theatre Company's Fences feature's Carl Lumbly (Southland, Alias, Cagney and Lacey) as Troy Maxson, Bay Area favorite, actor/director Margo Hall as his wife, Rose, and our own Artistic Director, Steven Anthony Jones as Troy's best friend, Jim Bono.

The Suit
 
Based on The Suit by Can Themba,
Mothobi Mutloatse, and Barney Simon
Direction, Adaptation, and Music by Peter Brook,
Marie Hélène Estienne, and Franck Krawczyk

Select dates between
Apr 23 & May 4, 2014*
American Conservatory Theatre (A.C.T.)
415 Geary Street, San Francisco

When a husband catches his wife in the arms of her lover, the lover flees — but leaves his suit behind. As her penance, the husband makes his wife “treat the suit as an honored guest,” accompanying her wherever she goes, the suit becomes a whimsical yet cruel reminder of her infidelity. African melodies interweave with jazz standards to underscore this simple yet surprising tale, set in Apartheid-era Johannesburg, in a haunting production that integrates virtuosic musicians directly into the action.

 
Pen Man Ship
 
By Christina Anderson
Directed by Ryan Guzzo Purcell

Select dates between
May 29 & Jun. 15, 2014*
Magic Theatre
Fort Mason Center, Building D, 3rd Floor, San Francisco

1896: A father and son board a ship heading for Africa on a mysterious mission with an opinionated young woman. On the open sea, an unexpected detour resurrects family secrets and reveals true intentions, fundamentally changing the course of their journey and their lives forever.

 

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