Theater of Others is a San Francisco theater company with a special mission: To add a fresh cultural resource in the City’s Tenderloin district, offering classical theater with a Pay-What-You-Will admission. All performances are open to the public in the beautifully refurbished Auditorium at the Kelly Cullen Community, 220 Golden Gate Avenue in San Francisco.
We operate in partnership with the Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation, which provides affordable housing and services for low-income people in the Tenderloin and throughout San Francisco, and promotes equitable access to opportunity and resources.
Theater of Others is a project of Theater Residences, Incorporated, a California non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation which serves as an umbrella organization for small theater companies. Donations and grants though Theater Residences, Inc. are tax-deductible.
Theater of Others is fortunate to have the venue, talent, and community support to put timelessness on stage. In our tangled hierarchy of equal Others, Everyone is welcome. We hereby invite all Others to join in a collective of kindred spirits.
See you here.
Announcing our Spring 2019 Show: Arden of Faversham
Theater of Others presents
Arden of Faversham (anonymous)
An Elizabethan Black Comedy
Directed by Glenn Havlan
March 22 - April 7
Kelly Cullen Community Auditorium
220 Golden Gate Avenue, San Francisco
Want to be a part of the show? Come audition!
Auditions: December 11-12-13-14, 6:00 - 9:00 PM
in 10 - minute slots
at Gene Friend / South of Market Recreation Center
a) Please prepare a classical monologue (Elizabethan/Jacobean) and be prepared to read from the script.
b) A cast of fourteen will be 6-10 men and 4-8 women.
Rehearsals begin in late January
Tuesdays - Fridays, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Travel stipend negotiable
Thanks, Theatre Bay Area!
Theater of Others would like to gratefully acknowledge our receipt of a Spring 2018 Performs CA$H grant from Theatre Bay Area. We're glad that they appreciate our mission! We have put some of the money toward our most recent production of All's Well That Ends Well, which closed April 8, with some left over for our upcoming production. Thank you to TBA for helping a young company grow.
The Comedy of Errors had a great run! Remember the fun times with this trailer by Nick Moore: