As we head back into the city after a lovely Friday up north, crossing the Golden Gate and heading for okay Mexican food with sensational tequila… Oh San Francisco you’re so much fun.
Just a reminder that I’m helping get another remarkable SF institution started up: the Long Now Salon. An incredible design, to make a place that will celebrate conversation and long-term thinking. And serve incredible tea and cocktails. It fits San Francisco well I think.
Do you know about the Long Now Bristlecone Gin? The next 10,000 years will have a lot of happy hours. :) And, happy weekend!
Images of The Decameron which I’m performing in tonight and tomorrow. All shots are by me from a performance a week ago.
There are 10 acts each night. Amazing stuff. I’m writing and performing an original spoken piece each night, based on that night’s theme.
There are three more performances in total, through Sunday night. At the Firehouse at Fort Mason Center.
More great holiday fun on the very small stage of The Dark Room in San Francisco’s Merry Mission district: “Merry Christmas, Charlie Brown!” not to be missed! via oftenon:
Hey, uh, do you guys like kid-friendly Christmas plays featuring characters wearing handmade dresses (pink dress by yours truly)? Then come see Merry Christmas, Charlie Brown! playing at the Dark Room Theater at 8pm for the next two weekends.
Note: Lucy’s eyes are luminous on stage, but not in the same way as in this photo.
November 28, 1957, Father Boeddeker carves a turkey at the (old) St. Anthony Dining Room.
vintage-y SF Thanksgiving greetings via the SFPL