Yale & Haas Day at the San Francisco Fringe Theater Festival
Saturday, September 7, 2013 from 2:30 PM to 7:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, CA
CONFIRMED BY THE BOX OFFICE! SEVERAL $10 TICKETS ARE STILL AVAILABLE AT THE BOX OFFICE. If you have not paid for your ticket please arrive early at the box office.
Join fellow alumni for a day at the San Francisco Fringe Theater Fesitival.
2:30 PM - SOCIAL GATHERING
Social gathering begins at the 2nd floor bar in the Parc55 Hotel located at:
55 Cyril Magnin Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
Mingle with alumni as well as guests from foolsFURY Theater, Marin Theater Company, Cutting Ball Theater and Bindlestiff Studio. A lunch menu is available at the bar. Valet parking is available in front of the hotel. They recommend driving north from 5th Street and crossing Market which will land you directly in front of the hotel valet. Public parking is also available at the Sutter-Stockton garage.
Parc55 link: http://www.parc55hotel.com/dining
5:30 PM - PLAY BEGINS
Everything Go Boom begins at 5:30pm at the EXIT Theater located at:
156 Eddy Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
Theater festival link: http://www.sffringe.org/everything/
$10 ($12.99 online)
We recommend purchasing tickets in advance through the SF Fringe Festival at the festival link above.
Some tickets will also be available at the door.
Everything Go Boom
COMEDY, MATURE CONTENT, COARSE LANGUAGE, GUN SHOT
After losing everything, and binge drinking her way into a one-night-stand with a bible salesman, Jessica Santos is ready for change. Unfortunately, the bible salesman is married to a homicidal gun nut, who bombs abortion clinics. When Jessica discovers, she’s pregnant, she’s forced to flee to protect her unborn child from a religious maniac hell bent on terminating them both. Can Jessica survive and turn her life around, or will everything go boom?
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
The San Francisco Fringe Festival is the largest grass roots theater festival in the Bay Area. Over the last 21 years the Fringe has presented 4,337 performances by 907 theater companies and is a major resource for the indie theater community.
When & Where
Yale Club of San Francisco
About the Yale Club of San Francisco
The Yale Club of San Francisco is an association of alumni, scholars, parents and friends whose contact with Yale has impelled us to strive to keep afresh those values imparted to us, and to do so through contact with others so affected. In doing so, we hope to honor the name of Yale, to raise awareness of Yale throughout our community, and to touch the lives of those with whom we associate.
We are a 501(c) 3, tax-exempt, non-profit organization that provides opportunities for service to community and to each other, for socialization and networking, for learning and cultural enrichment. These goals are furthered through the maintenance of a web presence that facilitates contacts between members and helps members find others with similar interests. We organize and host a number of events throughout the year, ranging from lectures, seminars, and lunch discussions to happy-hours, concerts, theater outings and soirees. We provide opportunities for organized community service, and we hope to encourage new ideas for impacting our communities.
Membership is open to all Yale alumni, parents, faculty and friends of the University. The payment of annual dues entitles members to full access to our website, with its member directory and bulletin boards, to advance notice and reduced admission to club events, and to admission to select “members only” events.