Dress rehearsal tonight, opening night tomorrow, could I be more excited!!?
“Hey, Sailor” in the news: Kate Raphael of KPFA Women’s Magazine did this wonderful interview with QU Productions on KPFA (24 minutes in, on the MP3 link). We talk about feminism, trans politics, and desire!
And here’s a great blog piece about the show.
And get your tickets now; it is a very small theatre!
Already got your tickets? You rock! Let me know what night you’re coming, and we can hang out afterward.
Yes, you need to know this: I’ve been told that once the show starts, there will be NO late admissions. The theatre is very intimate and it would be way too disruptive… so please, please, please, all my dear friends who are as chronologically challenged as I am, please do what ya need to do get there on time! Doors open at 7:15 and the show starts at 8:00. Run time is about an hour and a half, plus there will be a 10-minute intermission.
Where is it again? The Omnicircus, 550 Natoma (click here for map) , between 6th/7th and Mission/Howard, downtown SF. There is street parking but do allocate some time to navigate the one-way streets and find a spot. The 6th St side can be kinda sketchy so please be careful if walking alone. I recommend parking on 7th St and coming in from that side.
Hungry? There is food nearby at the Yerba Buena/Metreon complex around Mission & 5th, including Samovar (which I love) and a swanky food court; a Custom Burger at 7th & Natoma (yummy but not as quick as you might expect; it takes about 20 minutes for a burger if there’s no line, because they make each one); and a chain sandwich shop at 7th & Mission. If anyone knows other good food/drink spots in the immediate area, including late-night places to hang out after the show, please share!
See you soon!