In a benefit for Theater MadCap
Saturday May 28 6:00pm
Note: This will be a Relaxed Performance.
Tickets: General Admission
$15 advance, $20 at door
Duration: 60 minutes, no intermission
Note: Some shows are benefits and have higher VIP prices as well.
White Rabbit, Red Rabbit Performances:
Ava Roy » May 19 8:00pm
Rotimi Agbabiaka » May 20 8:00pm
Shinichi Iova-Koga » May 21 6:00pm
Nato Green » May 22 2:00pm
Brian Livingstone » May 22 7:00pm
Eric Reid » May 28 6:00pm
Russell Blackwood » May 29 7:00pm
Nancy Wang » June 2 8:00pm
Rob Melrose » June 3 7:00pm
Eliana Lopez » June 4 2:00pm
Tony Kelly » June 5 3:00pm
Eric Reid is originally from Baltimore, MD, and has been a Bay Area actor and theater producer for over 12 years. He is the founder and Artistic Director of Theater MadCap, dedicated to the core value of deliberately diverse theater. He has acted in and self produced several full length plays since his arrival to the Bay Area in 2001 and his 2014 production of True West, by Sam Shepard was nominated for two Theater Bay Area awards including outstanding direction, and acting. You can see him next in The San Francisco International Arts Festival performing in Nassim Soleimanpour’s smash hit, White Rabbit, Red Rabbit and this October he will be in the world premier of "Taken" by Susan Jackson.
White Rabbit, Red Rabbit
Iranian playwright Nassim Soleimanpour declined to serve in his country’s armed forces, in return the Iranian government denied Mr. Soleimanpour’s request for a passport. Unable to leave Iran, he has instead sent a script to SFIAF to have other people read it for him. Soleimanpour’s arresting and allegorical work, White Rabbit, Red Rabbit, dissects the experience of a whole generation in a wild, utterly original play. Soleimanpour turns his isolation to his own advantage with the play (written in English) which requires no director, no set, and a different actor for every performance. Per Mr. Soleimanpour’s instruction, the script of White Rabbit, Red Rabbit will be opened in front of the audience and performed unrehearsed by a different actor each night.