Happening just a moment from this writing, the Peripatetic Players will conclude their 2016 tour of Shakespeare or Space Wars with a weekend-long mini-festival in Port Costa, Flux Fest ’16. We’re just pleased as punch that the Players are now officially fictionally Port Costa’s resident traveling troupe of thespians, and we’re looking forward to creating all kinds of lore and faux ephemera to document our years in that fantastic hamlet.
Here’s a collage from last fall’s performance of Romeo & Juliet in Port Costa, featuring Reece Santos’s fabulous painted proscenium in the alleyway of the Bull Valley Roadhouse:
On November 8, 2014, the Samuel Peaches Peripatetic Players debuted a new performance: their impromtu version of Romeo & Juliet! Read all about it at the Aesop Amuck blog…Source: The Peripatetic Players perform Shakespeare!
Aesop Amuck opens this Saturday, August 1 at DeFremery Park in Oakland — then we travel to seven more parks and public spaces throughout the Bay Area until August 23.
Come along and join the fun! All shows are free of charge — though donations are gratefully accepted!
Enjoy this video the Samuel Peaches Peripatetic Players created for their Kickstarter campaign:
For Hatch, I created a site-specific solo piece called City Creature on the Cascades based on City Creature research and musings. It was created and staged on February 28, 2015 at Joaquin Miller Park in Oakland. Enjoy photos and what I could re-create of the script at the link to the Hatch Performance Collective’s website.
The 2014 Tour of O Best Beloved aboard FluxWagon has begun!
We’ll be at parks and public spaces throughout the Bay Area through September 14. More details are at the O Best Beloved website. You can also connect with the ensemble via Facebook and Twitter.
We hope to see you outside this summer!