SF Youth Theatre presents...
AUGUST 26-27, 2016
A SUMMER TO REMEMBER
JULY 9, 2016
MAY 14-15, 2016
THE LAST WILD WITCH
MARCH 15, 2016
The Last Wild Witch
Book by Star Hawk
Adapted and directed by Sally Davis & Maica Folch
Music by Emily Klion
How can a group of children magically save their forest when the grown-ups are against them? By listening to the dreams of a wise, wise woman of course. This beautiful eco-fable is performed by SF Youth Theatre's Elementary Ensemble, MadCap Players.
The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune. San Francisco 2016.
Written by William Shakespeare
Directed by Cliff Mayotte
Performed by SFYT DREAM Ensemble
Music by Schuyler Karr
San Francisco Youth Theatre is proud to present SFYT DREAM Ensemble in William Shakespeare’s classic tragedy, Hamlet. SFYT’s production is set against the backdrop of present day San Francisco, with Shakespeare's Danish monarchy transformed into tech giant Elsinore.com. This shortened version of focuses on the domestic tragedy of Hamlet: power, love, violence and loss. The live musical score adds a distinctly cinematic feel, complementing the play’s evocative language, beauty, and imminent dread.
BY MIQUEL DE CERVANTES
Directed by Paul Collins
May 14-15, 2016
Adapted by John Litten
Music by Maggie McKaig and Emily Klion
Musical Direction by Marcelo Pereira
Costumes by Susana Aragón
Sets and Lighting by SF Running Crew
Miquel de Cervantes' timeless Don Quixote is the comical and inspiring story of an iconic visionary who sees the world in a magical way. The story's colorful characters of Don Quixote, Sancho Panza, Dulcinea, knights in shining armor, puppets and dueling windmills have inspired audiences for centuries. Performed by SF Youth Theatre’s 415 Teen Ensemble.
A SUMMER TO REMEMBER
It's the Fourth of July, and Alice is packing for college when she discovers a childhood box filled with pictures and memories from a glorious summer gone by. The past and its characters come roaring back to life with action, comedy, a little romance and whole lot of fireworks!
Created and Directed by John Litten
Performed by SFYT 415 Teen Summer Ensemble