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I’m battling the undead in Kirk Shimano’s new play, LOVE IN THE TIME OF ZOMBIES, presented by San Francisco Theater Pub, August 14th, 20th, 21st, 22nd, and 27th. Visit facebook.com/SFTheaterPub for more info!
Check back soon for more info!
“Love in the Time of Zombies is a new rom-zom-com (making it’s world premiere!) about four friends- a neurotic gay boy, his roommate, and their accidental dates- trapped in a zombie-surrounded cabin with a mysterious woman who may be a mad scientist looking to use the survivors as lab experiments. It’s a journey to the edge of undeath that challenges the core of what makes us human- and what makes us a zombie. Romantic, comedic, sexy, this play may in fact be the only queer feel-good zombie Armageddon play in the world… which could be ending soon, so see it while you can!
Join the cast of A THOUSAND* zombie audience members in the kick-ass confines of the Cafe Royal for a night of romance, comedy and rotting flesh.
*Number of zombie audience members rounded up to the nearest thousand
The show starts at 8 PM. The pop-up kitchen opens @ 7pm with treats from Hyde Away Blues BBQ (Mondays) and HayaHon Sushi (Tuesdays) so get there early to grub down and grab a seat, before a zombie grubs on you!”
Written by Kirk Shimano
Directed by Claire Rice
Monday, October 15th, 8:00 PM
Tuesday, October 16th, 8:00 PM
Monday, October 22nd, 8:00 PM
Monday, October 29th, 8:00 PM
Tuesday, October 30th, 8:00 PM
Turns out I’m a “well-known Bay Area actor.” Made it, Ma!
You can read the interview at San Francisco Theater Pub’s blog:
“Join the San Francisco Theater Pub for its 2012 Shakespeare production! This year, we’re doing Measure for Measure: A Problem Solved In Twelve Scenes.
The story follows Duke Vincentio (William Hand), who appoints Angelo (Nick Dickson) and Escalus (Carl Lucania) to run Vienna while he goes on a spiritual retreat. What neither delegate realizes is that the good duke has remained behind in disguise to observe whether his subordinates embody the same compassion he possesses. Angelo revives long dead sodomy laws that result in the imprisonment of Claudio (Vince Rodriguez), a young man who has gotten his wife pregnant out of wedlock. Claudio’s drinking buddies Lucio (Neil Higgins) and Mistress Overdone (Linda Ruth Cardozo) enlist the aid of Isabella (Julia Heitner), Claudio’s sister who has recently entered a nunnery, to convince Angelo to dismiss the charge but things take a dire turn when Angelo tells Isabella she either needs to sleep with him or Claudio will be executed. Vincentio hatches a plan with the help of Marianna (Kirsten Broadbear), Angelo’s ex, and the Provost of the local prison (Tony Cirimele) to find a way to save Claudio’s life, Isabella’s honor, and his own reputation as a benevolent monarch.
Directed by Stuart Bousel, Measure for Measure promises to be a fast-paced, thought-provoking, atmospheric romp around the Cafe Royale — the perfect way to end the summer theater season!
Admission is free, with the usual five dollar donation. No reservations necessary, but be sure to get there early since we’re bound to fill up!”