• The School of Theatre of Cruelty SEP 30- OCT 2, FRI-SUN at 8PM Jump: A Love Story, a world premiere multimedia theatre production inspired by the works of William Shakespeare, resurrects Ophelia, Juliet and Cleopatra as a triad of seagulls illustrating the dark and poetic stream of consciousness of one anonymous man’s attempt to understand […]

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  • A Shaping San Francisco Public Talk SEP 28, 2011 WED at 7:30PM FREE Check out Shaping San Francisco’s current Public TALKS and other public programming at ShapingSF.org. Join Christopher Richard, curator of Aquatic Biology at Oakland Museum, for a presentation on The Mystery of Laguna Dolores. Richard reexamines the legend of a “now vanished” fresh […]

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  • SEP 28, 2011 WED at 7:30PM FREE Check out Shaping San Francisco’s current Public TALKS and other public programming at ShapingSF.org. Mystery of Laguna Dolores Join Christopher Richard, curator of Aquatic Biology at Oakland Museum, for a presentation on The Mystery of Laguna Dolores. Richard reexamines the legend of a “now vanished” fresh water lake […]

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  • A Shaping San Francisco Public Talk SEP 21, 2011 WED at 7:30PM FREE Check out Shaping San Francisco’s current Public TALKS and other public programming at ShapingSF.org. Meeting Room shines a powerful searchlight on a controversial moment in recent Dublin history. It tells the contested story of the Concerned Parents Against Drugs movement from its […]

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  • A Shaping San Francisco Public Talk SEP 14, 2011 WED at 7:30PM FREE Check out Shaping San Francisco’s current Public TALKS and other public programming at ShapingSF.org. Endangered Species is an artwork that wrapped four San Francisco Muni buses in images of locally endangered species. Reintroducing these animals into the urban scene that displaced them, the […]

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