Theater of Others is a San Francisco theater company with a special mission: To add a fresh cultural resource in the City’s Tenderloin district, offering classical theater with a Pay-What-You-Will admission.
All performances are open to the public in the beautifully refurbished Auditorium at the Kelly Cullen Community, 220 Golden Gate Avenue in San Francisco.
We are fortunate to have the venue, talent, and community support to put timelessness on stage. In our tangled hierarchy of equal Others, Everyone is welcome. We hereby invite all Others to join in a collective of kindred spirits.
Our past productions include many Shakespeare works: Measure for Measure, Cymbeline, King John, As You Like It, and Comedy of Errors are just some of our accomplishments. But we also present other classical works.
We are fortunate to have the venue, talent, and community support to put timelessness on stage. Check back for our 2019 productions!
Theater of Others is a project of Theater Residences, Incorporated, a California non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation which serves as an umbrella organization for small theater companies. Donations and grants though Theater Residences, Inc. are tax-deductible.
We operate in partnership with the Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation, which provides affordable housing and services for low-income people in the Tenderloin and throughout San Francisco, and promotes equitable access to opportunity and resources.
Theater of Others strives to create a safe and respectful space where anyone and everyone can experience the magic of live theater. In our tangled hierarchy of equal Others, Everyone is welcome. We hereby invite all Others to join in a collective of kindred spirits.
We encourage participation from the community! If you’d like to get involved with one of our productions, please email email@example.com for more information.
Auditions are held for specific productions throughout the year. We also get together for play readings. These roles are non-AEA/without pay. Typically, we ask actors to prepare a classical monologue in addition to reading sides from the script.
We occasionally host play-reading groups to try out plays under consideration for future productions. These are not public performances, just informal sessions that include reading the plays out loud, with preliminary dramaturgy and open discussion. Participants will read roles without regard for their suitability for casting. Typically, these are works that originated on the Elizabethan and Jacobean stage, that are not commonly known and are very rarely produced.
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220 Golden Gate Avenue, San Francisco, California 94102