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On Structure, Process and Toolbelts, from a playwright, a director and a Lead. By Jorge deHoyos.

on May 30th, 2012 in Article, Blogroll, Dramaturgy, Interview, Theater by | No Comments

As part of THEOFFCENTER Dramaturgical Conversation Series, TOC’s [**]! SPACE Coordinator and local dance theatre maker Jorge deHoyos sat down with Playwright Daniel Tabott, Director Andrew Nance and Lead actor Evan Johnson to talk about structure, process and other considerations of staging SLIPPING.  This interview happened right at the start of preview week. Sunday…

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The Past is a Grotesque Animal – Macklin Kowal interviews Mariano Pensotti

on February 16th, 2012 in Article, Theater by | No Comments

    Earlier this week Macklin Kowal, local choreographer and maker of performance art interviewed Mariano Pensotti about this work.  Here are the transcripts of the meeting. ——————————– Macklin: I was struck when I read your comments on the past, a central theme in El Pasado es un animal grotesco: “The…

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KILLER QUEEN: THE STORY OF PACO THE PINK POUNDER opens on May 20th in Los Angeles

on May 17th, 2011 in DIY Production, Special Presentation, Theater by | No Comments

Photo Caption: Peter Griggs is Paco the Pink Pounder in his one-man show Killer Queen. Photo Credit: Jose Guzman-Colon. KILLER QUEEN: THE STORY OF PACO THE PINK POUNDER Peter Griggs performs the life of a gay boxer. Told with live musical accompaniment of songs by Queen Written and performed by Peter…

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THEOFFCENTER signs in as Community Partner with The Magic Theater

on March 31st, 2011 in Special Presentation, Theater by | No Comments

THEOFFCENTER signs in as Community Partner with The Magic Theater – Creating a Dialogue Between the Arts. The Lily’s Revenge A New Collaboration The Plan About The Magic About THEOFFCENTER The Lily’s Revenge When a flower falls in love with a blushing bride, can he complete a quest to become…

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Samuel Becket’s Waiting for Godot

on August 18th, 2010 in DIY Production, Theater by | No Comments

September 16 – 18, 23-25.  All performances at 8 pm @ The Secret Alley (180 Capp St. #4 San Francisco, CA 94110) San Francisco, CA – THEOFFCENTER, San Francisco’s self proclaimed queer theatre production experiment, is proud to announce its first season of  displacement kick off DIY Project and also one of…

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