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San Francisco Mime Troupe’s 2021 virtual fundraiser

February 26, 2021

The Red Star at the End of the Tunnel 

Celebrating 25 Years of SFMT’s Beloved Youth Theater Project (YTP)

 Featuring Keynote Speaker COLMAN DOMINGO- film, TV, Broadway actor/director/writer and SF Mime Troupe Veteran. Sat. March 13, 2021 - Noon - 1 p.m. (“Doors” open 11:45 a.m.)

This one day only virtual event is Sat., March 13, 2021 -Noon-1 p.m.  (“Doors” open 11:45 a.m.). Please RSVP FOR FREE but donations requested at the end of the event. The SFMT hopes attendees and fans will make a donation or consider becoming monthly donors or even pledge to donate yearly for the next 5 years. SFMT goal is to raise at least $50,000 on March 13, 2021.Bay Area stages since 1994, including theatre companies: Theatre Rhinoceros; Berkeley Rep; Thick Description; Campo Santo; TheatreWorks; SF Shakespeare Festival; Shakespeare Santa Cruz; CA Shakespeare Theatre; San José Rep Theatre, American Conservatory Theatre. https://www.colmandomingo.com

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colman_Domingo

Directly following the fundraiser on Sat. March 13, 2021, from 2-3:30 pm  the SFMT will be commemorating the 25th Anniversary of the Youth Theater Project with an online production highlighting new works by the YTP 2021 teen artists and a special retrospective video celebrating 25 years of SFMT's youth arts education. RSVP for our YTP event here:

2021 YTP Culminating Performance & 25th Anniversary Celebration

 Youth theatre project:

The San Francisco Mime Troupe offers workshops for youths in middle and high schools as a paid internship that put theater into action by teaching participants how to create plays on their own about topical issues. Through the theatrical process workshop participants explore the notion that "ideas" matter. Using a well-honed pedagogy, the SF Mime Troupe has developed for its own annual Youth Theater Project, the instructors use theater and improvisation games and team-building exercises to break down barriers, encourage collaboration, and facilitate trust and comfort. The participants are taught the archetypical characters that have given shape to many memorable SF Mime Troupe productions. Time permitting, the youths break into smaller groups in order to create, rehearse, and perform their own short plays about issues important to them. Due to a high response of applications, and not wanting to turn away students, this year's project accepted triple the amount of participants!  Which also triples the cost of the program. To read more go to Youth Theater.

 To arrange an interview with anyone from the SF Mime Troupe Collective, please contact publicist Lawrence Helman- 415-336-8220 lhelman@sbcglobal.net