2:30 pm: Music
3:00 pm: Live Theater (90 min. No intermission.)
FREE / Donations are Appreciated!
*Bring your low beach chair or blanket, hat & sunglasses.
After a 2 year COVID hiatus of live performances, The San Francisco Mime Troupe is NOT silent and returns to doing what they love and do best - FREE Political Musical Theater.
THE TONY AWARD-WINNING SAN FRANCISCO MIME TROUPE
Opens the 63rd Season with:
BACK TO THE WAY THINGS WERE - A New Musical
Nostalgia Ain’t What It Used To Be
After four years of presidential criminality, riots, plague, and the general undermining of the Constitution, is it really a relief to get back to the good old days that led to all that? In a country where we can finally stop wearing masks to get pizza and go to the movies, and where we again have a president who isn’t dumb as a two dollar ham, hard-working, middle-aged liberals Ralph and Alice wistfully yearn for The before Times, when things seemed normal. But for Zoe - their twenty-something daughter who grew up in a world of climate change, housing crashes, student debt, the rise of dictatorships and the fall of democracies - there is no “better” to go back to. For her the purgatory of the last two years was just a pause from life in Hell. So what’s the point? Isn’t it easier to just give up?
Press Page: sfmt.org/press-bttwtw
Hi-Res Color Press Photos: sfmt.org/2022-bttwtw-photos
AUDIO CLIPS: sfmt.org/2022-bttwtw-audio
- 1:25 Back To The Way Things Were – Norman Gee, Lizzie Calogero
- 0:23 Would You Like Fries with THAT? – Andre Amarotico
Schedule by Date: sfmt.org/press-schedule-by-dates
Schedule by Area: sfmt.org/press-schedule-by-area
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|Time||2:30 PM - 4:30 PM|
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