Happy New Year!

Many thanks to everyone who made 2010 a huge success for the San Francisco Theater Pub!

This has been a tremendous first year for us. We completed 11 projects over the course of 12 months and worked with 100+ actors, directors, artists, writers and musicians! We received media coverage in Theater Bay Area Magazine, The Guardian, Words On Theater/KUSF and on numerous blogs and events listings! Our crowds ranged from full to capacity to bursting and whether it was original work, classic Greek tragedy or modern drama we found our audience to be supportive and ready to let us play and push our own boundaries!

Rest assured, San Francisco Theater Pub will be back in 2011. Here is a taste of our upcoming season:

January 17, 24,  31: Theater for the Inattentive, 50 short stories adapted from John Ashworth’s Is The Barn Still Standing, directed by Victor Carrion.

February 21: Personal Politics, an exploration of the personal drama found in 600 years of English political rhetoric, directed by Stuart Bousel

March 21: The Dragon, a fairy tale satire of bad government, adapted and directed by Bennett Fisher from Evgeny Shvarts’ classic play.

April 18: Congresswomen, by Aristophanes, a profane and provocative sex comedy from Ancient Greece, adapted and directed by Stuart Bousel.

May 16, 17, 23, 30 & 31: The Boar’s Head, a revisioning of William Shakespeare’s Henry IV plays, directed by Jessica Richards.

June 20: Joyce’s Voice, a dramatization of selected writing by James Joyce, conceived and directed by Megan Cohen and Nirmala Nataraj.