An ordinary-sized healing just won’t do, not for you. Your sickness goes way too deep. Your pathology is mountain biking down a snow-covered peak in the Rockies; your sin is bungee jumping off a bridge in New York; your depravity is shredding a broken asphalt path in a park for senior citizens.
You are in need of Xtreme! Unction, and Portuguese Artists Colony has a jumbo vat of consecrated oil with your name on it.
Special guest readers:
Robin Ekiss is the author of The Mansion of Happiness, winner of the 2010 Shenandoah/Glasgow Prize and a finalist for both the 2010 Northern California and California Book Awards.She lives in San Francisco with her husband, also a poet, their son, and their cats, Alice B. Toklas and Gertrude Stein.
Tim Bauer is a Bay Area playwright, and his plays have been produced and developed around the country. He has received full-length play commissions from Magic Theatre and PlayGround, and he has been a two-time finalist for the Humana Festival’s Heideman Award, a finalist for the Lark Playwright’s Festival, a semifinalist for PlayLabs, a semifinalist for the Nicholl Fellowship, and a winner of three PlayGround Emerging Playwright Awards.
Plus, work from Colonists:
Receive your blessing on Sunday, August 22nd, at 5:00 pm at Fivepoints Arthouse.
Doors open at 4:30. Come early to get a seat, have a drink, settle into your Sunday afternoon.
One block south of Howard @ 2nd St.