YES to Everything

YES to Everything Series
Footloose Presents
EXIT Stage Left, 156 Eddy St, SF
May 5 - May 20, 2017
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Footloose Presents the second YES to Everything series three weeks May 5-20, 2017 at EXIT Theatre in San Francisco. Featured artists Paco Romane, Steven Westdahl, Tracy Shapiro, Andrea Mock, Jeremy Julian Greco, Nicky Martinez and Sarah Elovich appear in their own premiere theatrical and musical pieces. The stories may or may not be based on real events, but they ring true. Alternative facts aside, these memoirs and musings are the stuff of drama, comedy and pathos.

The plays and playwrights are:

Painfully White
FRIDAY MAY 5 and SATURDAY MAY 13
Written and performed by Paco Romane

Resting Elovich Face
FRIDAY MAY 5
Written and performed by Sarah Elovich; directed by Martha Rynberg

Keeping up with the Jorgensons
FRIDAY MAY 5 and SATURDAY MAY 20
Written and performed by Jeremy Julian Greco

Sex with Buddha
SATURDAY MAY 6 and FRIDAY MAY 12
Written and Performed by Tracy Shapiro

The Reverend Uncle Steven & His Suitcase Full of Short Plays
SATURDAY MAY 6 and SATURDAY MAY 20
Written and performed by Steven Westdahl

The Moby Dick Diaries
SATURDAY MAY 13 and FRIDAY MAY 19
Written and performed by Andrea Mock
Directed by Leonard Pitt; developed with David Ford and Mark Kenward
Original music by Victor Spiegel; sound design by Andrea Mock and Jim Helman

Missing: Gender
FRIDAY MAY 12 and FRIDAY MAY 19
Written, directed and performed by Nichole “Nicky” Martinez with an ensemble chorus

Footloose is devoted to supporting local, national, and international artists in the creation and completion of original theater. Artistic Director/Producer, Mary Alice Fry is constantly on the move to see new work, meet the artists and invite them to bring fresh ideas and their talents to indoor and outdoor venues across the Bay Area. Footloose Presents outdoor performance installations, full theatrical runs and reading series for poets and playwrights. The company operates Spring Fall Studio in the historic Sawtooth Building in West Berkeley making it available for rent to the community and for its own AIM: Artists in Motion residencies for dancers.