Back after a little winter break, the San Francisco Theater Pub prepares to kick off its 2011 season with THEATER FOR THE INATTENTIVE this Monday, January 17th at the Cafe Royale. Keeping with our commitment to exploring a wide variety of work and theatrical forms, THEATER OF THE INATTENTIVE is in a category all it’s own, as director and Theater Pub co-founder Victor Carrion explains:
“By playing these stories, a terrific cast brings us snapshots of our daily existence. Presented in less than 50 minutes, we’ll be able to enjoy the tribulations of others, but also remember our own. Simple pleasures of life and those more complex situations that make us ponder intersect each other as haiku-like stories, one page plays and small anecdotes are interwoven into a narrative trip that is hungry for your full attention. Theater for the Inattentive will make you think quickly and deeply, leaving you with plenty of time to be distracted at a later time…”
Hope that grabs your attention. See you at the bar.
THEATER FOR THE INATTENTIVE performs Mondays January 17, 24, and 31 in the Cafe Royale (800 Post Street, San Francisco, at Leavenworth). 8pm curtain. Admission is free.