November 5 & 19
“PRECIOUS WATER, I KISS YOU” by Andy Peri
Precious Water, I Kiss You tells several stories from Andy’s life and livelihood that surround water and habitat protection. Stories weave together a narrative about the fundamental problems humanity faces on this earth from the destruction of our aquatic habitats that are fundamental to our well being on this Earth.
“WHEN YOU ARE CALLED” by Susan Jackson and Diana Brown
Janice Surprise Heyer, televangelist with a soul, finds herself at the Spiritual Inclusion Symposium in San Francisco, Sept. 10, 2011. Politically incorrect in the most correct way ever, she works her way through the crowd, seeking believers and doers and shakers, telling stories of her Southern roots and trying to connect. Will she survive? Will the Bay Area? Can a Southern televangelist find connection in the Bay Area and still keep her faith in the words written in red?
Directed by Susan Jackson
Performed by Diana Brown.
“SUN IN THE SHADOW” by Suraya Susana Keating
Join Suraya for this poignant true-life tale in which she struggles to find inner peace in a family wrought with repression and hiding. Watch Suraya as she begins to painfully peel away the layers of a mask she learned to wear and cultivate a connection with her mother, and ultimately, with her true self. What happens during this journey may make you laugh, cry, and FEEL.
“HI. (Entering Burned Area)” by Aine Donnelly
Take the Burned Area Tour with clown Rodeo Debbie! We are all alone in this world, but wow – what a world!! Let’s appreciate it, our solitude and our frailties together. The tragicomic fire is always burning, so why not bring out the marshmallows and revel in the glow?
November 12 & 26
“MORE AMOK: SEX & AFFIRMATIVE ACTION” by Emil Guillermo
Award winning journalist Emil Guillermo on about race, sex, NPR, Harvard, and growing up Filipino in San Francisco.
“THE PRINCE AERIAL HORSE OF DEATH” by Kimberly Richards
From 1982-84, Kimberly Richards was an aerialist in a circus “perch act.” One night the unreliable operator of the rigging screwed up, causing one of Kim’s fellow fliers to fall 30 feet to a hard floor, with equipment falling down on her while Kim hung on for dear life far above. But the show must go on!
“THE THIRTEENTH” by George F. Mauricio
I was born in Pawtucket, Rhode Island the year was 1945, the 13th child born in a family of 15 kids. Both my parents were Portuguese immigrants. I lived in Rhode Island the first 9 years growing up in Rhode Island with 9 brothers and 5 sisters. I spent 50 years working behind the scenes in theater, films, TV series and commercials. My goal at this point in my life is to come out and share my experiences.
“ME, MOM, & ALI JIHADI” by Koorosh Ostowari
“GENDER JOURNEY” by Llano River Blue
NorCal native Llano River Blue has been out as genderqueer for over a decade. Gender Journey looks back on key moments of realization, chronicling Llano’s self-discovery, acceptance, and expression of an identity beyond the binary. To see more of her expression, find Llano River Blue on Instagram and YouTube.
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- November 19, 2018 7:30 PMMonday Night Marsh 11-19-18 (SF)
- November 26, 2018 7:30 PMMonday Night Marsh 11-26-18 (SF)
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December 3 & 17