San Francisco Shakespeare Festival is running an ambitious and fun project they're calling 'Free Shakespeare in the Parklet' They're doing 30 stagings of scenes from Shakespeare in parklets and other open spaces throughout the city.
It's kind of like a Shakespeare flash mob or pop-up. It's really cool to see how the audiences respond, and to think of how San Francisco and the stories of Shakespeare fit together - putting the Macbeths' in the shadow of the Transamerica Pyramid, or Kate and Petruchio in a playground with a water feature.
Tomorrow, I'm playing Adriana in a scene from Comedy of Errors. We're at 5:30 in the Fisherman's Wharf area - specific location tbd by end of today. I'm so excited to reunite w/castmates from the production we did a few years ago.
The facebook listing is here. You can and should follow/friend SF Shakes on Twitter and Facebook for info on the rest of these FREE performances.