Media Kit - Stories High XVII

Media Kit - Stories High XVII



STORIES HIGH XVII – THE CULMINATION OF BINDLESTIFF’S LONG-RUNNING ANNUAL PAGE-TO-STAGE WORKSHOP SERIES – OPENS AUGUST 31 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 16

Bindlestiff Studio Presents
Stories High XVII

Thurs-Sat, 8pm
August 31 - September 16, 2017
185 Sixth Street, SF, 94103

$10 Students & Seniors
$15 General Admission
$25 Support the Artist

To purchase tickets go to http://shxvii.bpt.me/

Sponsored in part by:
PAWA (Philippine American Writers and Artists, Inc.
San Francisco Grants for the Arts
San Francisco Arts Commission

From the page to the stage, Stories High XVII features six one act plays:

Sounding Heartbeats by Sofia Chanco; directed by Melanie Elvena
Catching Feelings by Manny Cabrera; directed by Mary Grace Burns
Charlie Don't Die by Ed Mabasa; directed by Juan Berumen
The Reverie Technician by Thomas Paras; directed by Judith Ferrer
Common Ground by Lauren Lola; directed by Tim Berteaux
Choices by Caroline Calderon; co-directed by Christina Tolentino and Gabriel Manalang

For more information about Bindlestiff Studio visit:
http://www.bindlestiffstudio.org/

About Bindlestiff Studio:
Originally opened in 1989, Bindlestiff Studio became the only permanent, community-based performing arts venue in the nation dedicated to showcasing emerging Filipino American and Pilipino artists. Bindlestiff Studio provides the often under-served Filipino American community access to diverse offerings in theatrical productions, music and film festivals, workshops in directing, production, acting, stand-up comedy, and writing, as well as a children and youth theater program.

FACT SHEET

WHAT:
STORIES HIGH XVII
The culmination of Bindlestiff’s long-running annual page-to-stage workshop series.

WHO:
Featuring artists from the Stories High Workshops in Writing, Acting, and Directing

WHERE:
Bindlestiff Studio
185 6th Street @ Howard
San Francisco, CA 94103

WHEN:
August 31 - September 16, 2017
Thursdays - Saturdays at 8pm

HOW MUCH:
$10 Students & Seniors
$15 General Admission
$25 Support the Artist

Tickets available online: http://shxvii.bpt.me/