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Podcast by San Francisco Mime Troupe

    Black On The Right, And Reds All Over

    Black On The Right, And Reds All Over

    FREE Political Musical Theater in Bay Area and Northern California parks! We open our 64th Season with a brand new musical.

    BREAKDOWN: A New Musical features a five-person cast that includes veteran SF Mime Troupe collective member: Andre Amarotico (Mr. Stereós); who is joined by Jamella Cross (Marcia Stone); Alicia M. P. Nelson (Saidia); Jed Pasario (Felix); and Kina Kantor (Yume).

    And band members Breakfast (Keyboard, Guitar, Sax); Guinevere Q (Bass); and Jason Young (Drums, Percussion).

    Opening weekend starts on July 1st & 2nd at Cedar Rose Park in Berkeley and continues on Monday July 4th at Dolores Park in the Mission in San Francisco.

    For a complete schedule go to www.sfmt.org!

    Marcia Stone has no problem with being at the vanguard of driving the nation around the bend. It’s her key to getting a nightly slot on the network, and if she can give her viewers a focus for their fear, a hellhole of depravity and failed policies so much the better! And where better than the filthy, dangerous streets of San Francisco to illustrate for her bosses and audience the depths to which the progressives have dragged us? If only she could find a person on those streets… someone to personify America’s…Breakdown.

    • 1 min
    Look Me In The Eye

    Look Me In The Eye

    FREE Political Musical Theater in Bay Area and Northern California parks! We open our 64th Season with a brand new musical.

    BREAKDOWN: A New Musical features a five-person cast that includes veteran SF Mime Troupe collective member: Andre Amarotico (Mr. Stereós); who is joined by Jamella Cross (Marcia Stone); Alicia M. P. Nelson (Saidia); Jed Pasario (Felix); and Kina Kantor (Yume).

    And band members Breakfast (Keyboard, Guitar, Sax); Guinevere Q (Bass); and Jason Young (Drums, Percussion).

    Opening weekend starts on July 1st & 2nd at Cedar Rose Park in Berkeley and continues on Monday July 4th at Dolores Park in the Mission in San Francisco.

    For a complete schedule go to www.sfmt.org!

    For most of the citizens of increasingly intolerant San Francisco a young woman like Cassandra living on the streets seems “crazy,” but maybe Cassie is just ahead of the curve. Unbalanced? Unhinged? Nuts? In a country that has clearly lost its mind, what do any of those words mean anymore? As her social worker tries to navigate the Kafkaesque labyrinth of city bureaucracy Cassie is on her own quest to regain what has been taken from her.

    • 1 min
    Tales of the Resistance Vol. 2: Persistence - 10 - Back To The Way Things Were

    Tales of the Resistance Vol. 2: Persistence - 10 - Back To The Way Things Were

    September 5, 2021 - Episode 10

    "Back To The Way Things Were"

    An original musical! Don’t we all wish we could just go back to normal? Back to the way things used to be - before Covid, before the floods and wildfires, before we had Nazis rioting in the streets and in the Capitol, before the news was full of racist cops and sexually abusive men and greedy corporatists, and before four years of a honey-baked ham-brained criminal in the White House? Doesn’t that sound nice… or does it? Before we try to revive the good old days maybe we should ask - was the old normal really that good? Was it good at all? Well we created a musical about that! So settle back as we present a trip down reality lane with “Back To The Way Things Were”.

    Episode 10 was written and directed by Michael Gene Sullivan. Music and lyrics by Daniel Savio. The band features woodwinds by Dylan Jennings, bass by Jewell McMillon, drums & percussion by David Rokeach, and keyboards by Daniel Savio. "Tales of the Resistance" theme music was written by Daniel Savio, and produced by Dred Scott. Audio engineering & sound design by Taylor Gonzalez. Stage Management by Karen Runk.

    “Back To The Way Things Were” features Michael Gene Sullivan as Ralph, Velina Brown as Alice, Cassie Grilley as Zoe, Lisa Hori-Garcia as Tanya, Andre Amarotico as Unmasked Man & Media Voice, Marissa Ellison as McBurger in the Box Employee, Brian Rivera as Dennis & Media Voice, with Hugo E Carbajal as Environmental Activist, Jarion Monroe as Jeff Bezos, Media Voice, & Defendant, Amos Glick as Media Voice, Lizzie Calogero as Media Voice, Marie Cartier as Media Voice & Climate Change Protester, and Francis Jue as Media Voice.

    Tales of the Resistance Vol. 2: Persistence is a radio serial by the San Francisco Mime Troupe. You can find more information at https://www.sfmt.org

    • 29 min
    Tales of the Resistance Vol. 2: Persistence - 09 - Housing For All: A Discussion of Housing & Equity

    Tales of the Resistance Vol. 2: Persistence - 09 - Housing For All: A Discussion of Housing & Equity

    August 29, 2021 - Episode 9

    "Housing for All"

    In major cities across the country, residents have been forced out of their home at alarming rates, even before the pandemic. How do seemingly progressive cities still struggle to provide housing for all, and what are activists doing to help? Building on our previous episode, Hobos in Space, this discussion takes a look at housing and equity in San Francisco. We'll talk to Mime Troupe collective member Marie Cartier about her artistic process and scholar Erin McElroy about their work mapping evictions in the Bay Area and their new book, Counterpoints: A San Francisco Bay Area Atlas.

    Produced by Will McCandless, Kari Barclay, and the San Francisco Mime Troupe.

    Hosted by Kari Barclay and edited by Will McCandless with special guests:

    Marie Cartier from the San Francisco Mime Troupe
    https://mariecartier.weebly.com

    Erin McElroy from the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project
    https://antievictionmap.com - https://twitter.com/antievictionmap - https://instagram.com/antievictionmap

    Tales of the Resistance Vol. 2: Persistence is a radio serial by the San Francisco Mime Troupe. You can find more information at https://www.sfmt.org

    • 29 min
    Tales of the Resistance Vol. 2: Persistence - 08 - Hobos in Space

    Tales of the Resistance Vol. 2: Persistence - 08 - Hobos in Space

    August 22, 2021 - Episode 8

    "Hobos in Space"

    In the near future, the Starship Manifest flees a dying Earth for a better, brighter future among the stars. "Hobos in Space" follows the struggles of the Hapless Outcasts of Bureaucratic Obsolescence as they attempt to rejoin their new society. Can they survive in the underbelly of this luxury space utopia? Can dashing Captain Bacay and kind Counselor Dara help them get what they need? Or, will they all remain adrift in the vast emptiness of space?

    Episode 8 was written by Marie Cartier. Directed by Keiko Shimosato Carreiro. Script consultant Michael Gene Sullivan. Music by Daniel Savio. The band features woodwinds by Dylan Jennings, bass by Jewell McMillon, drums & percussion by Chris Lauf, keyboards by Daniel Savio. “Tales of the Resistance” theme music was written by Daniel Savio, and produced by Dred Scott. The Mime Troupe theme song was written and produced by Jeremy Mage and Daniel Savio, and performed by The San Francisco Mime Troupe. Audio engineering & sound design by Taylor Gonzalez. Stage Management by Karen Runk.

    "Hobos in Space" features Brian Rivera as Captain Bacay, Cassie Grilley as Counselor Dara, Andre Amarotico as Perry Patetic & CEO Starman, Wilma Bonet as Beatriz de la Paz, Hugo E Carbajal as Augie Rosales, and Marissa Ellison as Voice of the Computer, OMG.

    Tales of the Resistance Vol. 2: Persistence is a radio serial by the San Francisco Mime Troupe. You can find more information at https://www.sfmt.org

    • 30 min
    Tales of the Resistance Vol. 2: Persistence - 07 - Collision at the Intersectionality

    Tales of the Resistance Vol. 2: Persistence - 07 - Collision at the Intersectionality

    August 15, 2021 - Episode 7

    "Collision at the Intersectionality"

    In "Collision at the Intersectionality" BLACK FOX and JAILBREAK collide as Sanka and Cheung Jūn uncover a chilling truth about AAAWAKOAAPOBB, and Angelica and Eido reveal a secret that might destroy Brad Asteroth and the network!

    Episode 7 was written by Michael Gene Sullivan. Directed by Michael Gene Sullivan & Velina Brown. Music by Daniel Savio. The band features woodwinds by Dylan Jennings, bass by Jewell McMillon, drums & percussion by David Rokeach & Chris Lauf, oboe by Aya Rokeach, and keyboards by Daniel Savio. “Tales of the Resistance” theme music was written by Daniel Savio, and produced by Dred Scott. Audio engineering & sound design by Taylor Gonzalez. Stage Management by Karen Runk.

    "Collision at the Intersectionality" features Brian Rivera as Cop, Cassie Grilley as Proud Boy, Jarion Monroe as Brad Asteroth & Archie, Michael Gene Sullivan as Announcer, Keiko Shimosato Careiro as Eido Kawakami and stars Francis Jue as Cheng Jūn, Rotimi Agbabiaka as Sanka, and Velina Brown as Angelica Phenex.

    Tales of the Resistance Vol. 2: Persistence is a radio serial by the San Francisco Mime Troupe. You can find more information at https://www.sfmt.org

    • 31 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
19 Ratings

19 Ratings

Max Penalty ,

Great show great Troupe

The San Francisco Mime Troupe are a national treasure. I’m so excited to be able to listen to this show and share it with my friends.

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This ranks FIVE RED STARS!!!!! ***** ♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️*️⃣*️⃣*️⃣*️⃣*️⃣💯🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

They are not and have never been SILENT MIMES!
How else could they produce a radio drama?

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