Free Movie Event!
Sat, June 10th, 2023 at 1:00 & 3:00 PM
S4R Presents... “FINDING HOPE IN AMERICA”
The nightmare of addiction, seen through the eyes of a group of men and women, and the power of the community that saves their lives.
When we started this project, we had no idea about the structural barriers faced by Hispanic/Latino communities struggling with substance use disorder in the United States. I have lived experience with addiction, homelessness and recovery, but never imagined the size and scope of the barriers faced by Hispanic community members who seek help.
June 16th & 17th at 8 PM
“Looking Out The Window” is an emotional heartfelt journey of a young child growing up with a grandmother with Alzheimer’s.
The evening is a rollercoaster ride of laughs and tears.
The play is based on the college admission essay written on a 17 year old boy about growing up with a Grandmother with Alzheimer’s. A powerful message we can all learn from.
100% of the proceeds go to the Makey Foundation and Alzheimer’s Association.
Improv for Good
Saturday, June 24th at 7:30 PM
We’ve got a great show for you!
Act II improv is proud to continue our support for the great work they do for the community.
Improv for GOOD is an improvised theatrical production. The purpose of the production is to raise money and awareness for our charity partner. The show will be comprised of a number of what we call short form games. They are performed with more of a scene-based twist whenever possible. All made up from your suggestions.
Proceeds will go to 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations.
Saturday, November 4th at 2 PM
Check Out These Reviews…
“Dirty Cello’s music is all over the map: funky, carnival, romantic, sexy, tangled, electric, fiercely rhythmic, and textured, and only occasionally classical.” —Oakland Magazine
“The group seamlessly careens from blues to bluegrass and rock in a way that really shouldn’t make sense but somehow does.” —LA Times
“The ensemble plays a range of eclectic tunes in ways you won’t hear anyone else dare to attempt.” —Argus Courier
“Anyone who’s been in an audience when the San Francisco Bay Area Dirty Cello takes the stage knows that something unique happens whenever cellist Rebecca Roudman and ensemble come face to face with living, breathing (and whooping and shouting) fans.” —Strings Magazine
“Dirty Cello have been hard to describe, apart from saying that a cello (played in ways you won’t quite believe) is involved, and the range of music takes the word eclectic and supercharges it to meltdown levels of energy and invention.” —Argus Courier