Critics an audiences are raising a glass in celebration of THE PINT SIZED PLAYS. Both UC Berkeley’s Daily Californian and Culturemob.com have praised San Francisco Theater Pub’s clever, freewheeling, and beer soaked new play festival. If you haven’t joined us for a pint (or nine), tomorrow, Monday August 30, is your last chance to do so. Stop by the Cafe Royale at 8pm and satisfy your thirst (artistically and otherwise).
Monthly Archives: August 2010
Pint Sized Plays Open Tomorrow
Join us Monday night for San Francisco Theater Pub’s first new works festival – The Pint Sized Plays. All nine plays will play each night for three consecutive Mondays – August 16, 23, 30. The festival showcases a diversity of styles and voices, but with one common thread – all plays are finished in the time it takes to drink a beer.
Performances are in the Cafe Royale bar space, starting at 8pm each night, but be sure to show up early and grab a beer. As always, admission is free, with as suggested donation.
Pint Sized Plays Preview at S.F. Theater Festival
This past Sunday, audiences at the San Francisco Theater Festival got a sneak peak at two of The Pint Sized Plays, opening Monday August 16 at the San Francisco Theater Pub in the Cafe Royale (800 Post, at Leavenworth). Megan Cohen’s The Best Things in Life Are Money and Ashley Cowan’s Genie in a Bud Light packed comedy, commentary, and a bit of the unexpected into a few short minutes – and without any real beer to help them along.
The full festival, featuring these two plays and seven others, is just a week away. We hope to see you there.
The Pint Sized Plays run August 16, 23, and 30 at the Cafe Royale (800 Post St, at Leavenworth). 8pm curtain. Free Admission
San Francisco Theater Pub at San Francisco Theater Festival
Not sure what you’re doing on Sunday? Why not stop by the San Francisco Theatre Festival at Yerba Buena Gardens and check out a special sneak preview of The Pint Sized Plays – Ashley Cowan’s Genie in a Bud Light and Megan Cohen’s The Best Things in Life Are Money.
Both shows perform at 4:30pm in the Action Theatre of the Metreon and are free to attend.
San Francisco Theater Pub will have a booth at the festival as well, where you can learn about upcoming projects and speak to co-founder Bennett Fisher.
Afterwards, why not join us for a pint at the Cafe Royale (800 Post at Leavenworth), just a short walk from the festival. We will be there from about 5:30 onwards enjoying live jazz and good company.