Join us in the great outdoors as the world turns towards warmer weather
“Nature awakes; a warmth
Breathes out of her:
See how she gins to blow
Into life’s flower again!”
The lengthening days are much welcomed – we can rise to greet the dawn and savor golden rays in the evening before the sun passes out of sight. This season, We Players wishes you sunlit walks in your neighborhood parks, sea foam and salt spray while dancing in the sand at your closest beach, the freshest fruits of the flowering trees, community and joi-de-vivre!
We are all abuzz with our newest artistic visions! We are so excited to share unforgettable experiences, enchanting stories, sunsets and stunning views with YOU in 2015.
Visit us during our on-site rehearsal process at Sutro this month and next and experience the creative process live! We’ll be rehearsing the music, movement and scene work on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Come explore the Sutro district and keep your eyes peeled for performers hidden in plain view…
from all of We
Spring Forth with some of the area’s most engaging art and performances!
We Players presents an exhibition of site-inspired works by eight bay-area artists
on display at San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park’s Maritime Museum.
A New Deal runs through June 17th.
Awaken to a springtime adventure where worlds collide,
love blooms, and we encounter the creatures of the sea at Lands End.
Ondine at Sutro opens with a splash on May 1st and runs through June 7th, and tickets are on sale now!
More equinox treats:
The San Francisco International Arts Festival runs May 17 through June 7th & right now you can access Early Bird tickets (at just $12!) for performances by over 70 artists and companies from near and far.
For your springtime Shakespearean pleasure! “In the spring time, the only pretty ring time/ When birds do sing, hey ding a ding, ding/ Sweet lovers love the spring” (Click to enjoy the full song)
An equinox solar eclipse will be visible in Europe on Friday morning & the ESA has minisatellites positioned to observe sky & earth during the event. Wikipedia’s entry for it has great gifs showing the play of sun & shadow.