CONNECTION REJECTION April 18 & 25, 7:30pm at The Marsh SF, a solo performance by Suraya Keating
Written and performed by Suraya Keating. Tickets are $8 at the door for this work-in-progress performance that is part of the Monday Night Marsh series for solo performers. Join Suraya and 3 other performers as they each share 20 minute segments from their latest solo shows. Suraya’s show takes you on an evocative and raw journey into her attempts to connect with the men in her family, only to face continual rejection. Come see what she learns about herself in the process!
AS YOU LIKE IT May 20, 2016, 10am at San Quentin State Prison, produced by Marin Shakespeare
Directed by Suraya Keating. Tickets are free for this hilarious performance of Shakespeare’s “As You Like It” with the very talented cast of participants in the Marin Shakespeare at San Quentin program. To reserve your spot, contact Suraya at firstname.lastname@example.org by March 30, 2016 or sooner if possible. Shows at the prison fill up quickly!
NOBODY TOLD US WE WERE DIAMONDS: The Story of How I Found Me May 20, 2016, 7pm at Open Secret Bookstore, San Rafael & May 21, 2016, 7pm at CIIS in San Francisco, produced by Marin Shakespeare
Directed by Suraya Keating. Tickets are available at the door for these two very moving performances in which formerly incarcerated individuals share stories from their lives: stories of struggle, strength, trust and transformation. Most of the participants in this show have been part of the Shakespeare in prison programs facilitated by staff of Marin Shakespeare Company. Cost of tickets $10-15 sliding scale.
THE TEMPEST May 27, 2016, 10am at San Quentin State Prison, produced by Marin Shakespeare
Directed by Lesley Currier and Suraya Keating. Tickets are free for this very moving performance of Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” with the very talented cast of participants in the Marin Shakespeare at San Quentin program. To reserve your spot, contact Suraya at email@example.com by March 30, 2016 or sooner if possible. Shows at the prison fill up quickly!
TO SEE KTVU news video coverage of a previous show at San Quentin, click HERE.
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WHAT FOLKS HAVE SAID ABOUT SURAYA’S SOLO SHOWS:“From Prison to Peru: A White Girl’s Journey Home was funny, sad and very inspiring! It really touched me. Suraya has such a talent at storytelling and so much courage. Thank you! Thank you!” - Riva Joyce Bobrowsky “Suraya’s show was so moving, courageous, vulnerable and beautiful and touched my soul very deeply.” – Heather Singh “Suraya has many great stories to tell and is a very enticing performer.” – Mary Knoll, Actress, AEA