Club Fugazi’s latest performance explores everything from the 1906 earthquake to Beat poetry.
Club Fugazi is a beloved SF social club with a long history of excellent performances. Their latest endeavor, Dear San Francisco, is absolutely not to be missed! Embark on an exhilarating acrobatic journey through the city’s history, told through acrobatics, hoop diving, choreography, hand-balancing, spoken word, and more.
A talented cast of performers explores San Francisco in a never-before-seen performance art piece, under the guidance of Bay Area natives Shana Carroll and Gypsy Snider of the 7 Fingers art collective. See unbelievable death-defying stunts in a theater piece that’s unlike any other.
The world-class, international cast of acrobats will perform hoop diving, Chinese pole, Korean plank, hand-balancing, juggling, and “hand-to-trap.” These incredible stunts are made even more captivating alongside an original soundtrack, spoken word performances, shadow play, and video projections.
The extraordinary 90-minute performance pays homage to San Francisco through a series of tableaus, each of which explores essential cultural icons including the city’s characteristic fog, the Beat Generation, the 1906 earthquake, and the Gold Rush. It’s a fitting ode to a city with hundreds of talented street performers and artists!
Dear San Francisco is wowing audiences now at Club Fugazi, with tickets still available now through the end of December. Be advised that the venue is requiring masks and full vaccination proof with ID.
Find Club Fugazi at 678 Green Street in San Francisco.
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