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Now In Our 10th Year!

Stage Werx Theatre
446 Valencia nr 16th
San Francisco

March 17, 2019 @ 7 p.m.

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Vanessa Lee Segale

Team No Fs!

Is being high functioning really the best option? Who really wins when you put effort and energy into things?

Maybe leaving your Christmas tree up until March is a sign of a real enlightenment? Maybe the person who is driving a filthy, disgusting car that looks like it’s been to Burning Man, Coachella and back is on to something?

Who needs order and any sort of discipline when you have the option of joining a new club – Team No Fucks!

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Fred Pitts

The California Missions and Race Tour

Summer 2012. Fred is standing in the middle of a California Mission Church. He is with a docent and 3 other visitors. One is an expert on the Catholic Church. One is an expert on the plight of the Native Americans. The third is an expert on…everything else. They stare at Fred. Is his fly open? Hair mussed? They have one thing in common. They are all experts on which famous black person Fred resembles.

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Paul Sussman

The Wrong Kind of Pessimism

It’s just another day at work. Until the new guy shows up. What’s his problem? We’ve been using our tool for 25,000 years and it’s always been good enough. Just because you’re hairless and erect, you think you know everything?! Maybe we should try it, what’s the worst that could happen?

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Sarah Matsui

Hello, Boar – You Must Be Hungry

It’s 1994 in Hawaii, the water is cold, the sky is velvety black, and six-year-old Sarah is night diving with her dad. When something bright green flashes ahead, he takes off with his flashlight and spear, and leaves Sarah to fend for herself in the middle of the Pacific. Maybe later she can ask questions about identity, family, and what stories get passed down. But for now, she’s focused on staying afloat.

March 24, 2019 @ 7 p.m.

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Laura Hedli

too old to be this young

He scrambles eggs. She prepares coffee. They take their places at the table, morning domesticity on the Upper East Side. Except that it’s Saturday and their boss makes three – this is her apartment. They are there on her time. Laura’s helping her write her book; he’s helping her get in shape. Their boss has no idea he is seeing Laura on the side: “When are you getting a girlfriend?” she asks him. Laura’s leg touches his under the table and she shoots him a look. He wants her silence. Her boss wants her compliance. Both want her company. Laura’s losing control. How much longer can she keep it together?

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Cole McLean

Isn’t That the Whitest Thing?

Late one Friday evening, a classmate of mine said that seeing my fro and walking style from behind made me look Black. It wasn’t the tone of surprise and wonder that caught my ear, but the fear… the fear of what looked like a Black person walking down the streets of San Diego’s Coronado Island.

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Sarah Elovich

Noah’s Archaeology

Sarah always used to wonder why God doesn’t seem to talk to anyone anymore. Where’s the booming voice from the clouds with crystal clear instructions all spelled out in cubits? Then, after floating for a long time all alone on her couch-boat, Sarah gets a message she can’t ignore, and with it, the idea to set sail in a new direction.

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Natacha Ruck

Interpret This!

On April 19, 2012, Natacha Ruck, interpreter extraordinaire, prepares to take the stage at the San Francisco International Film Festival with a world-renowned French director. It is opening night and the Castro Theater is packed, Natacha’s job is to translate for the Q and A, to say what this legendary French artist says, how he says it. To be his voice. But, as she switches on her microphone, she can’t help but wonder: is it still sexual harassment if you do it on behalf of someone else?