Last Salon Until Fall
Attention: If you’ve been wishing, intending, hoping to come to one of the Salons someday…better come to this one June 13. It’s our last of the Winter-Spring season as we take a break for the summer and present again in the fall. This line up is a fine array of literary, storytelling, singing and physical theater performers.
Al Manalo, Fil-Am Stand up Comedian:
Back from Metro Manila malls, killer punch lines in the form of Mongolian throat singing, he’ll perform feats that have never been attempted…until now!
Elaine Muray, Storyteller:
Beneath the cloth, behind the mask: one body, one thousand characters.
Nanci Gaglio, Screenwriter/Playwright:
“Jose Comin’ This Way”. It’s about a hurricane, Jesus and who saves who?
Gary Lapow, Singer/Songwriter:
From the deeply moving to the hilarious, from the New York folk music scene, to SNCC Freedom Singers (Civil Rights Era), to Malvina Reynolds, Gary offers a musical perspective of an older, seasoned lover of life.
Eth-Noh-Tec, Kinetic Story Theater
Ancient metaphor, modern messages.
977 South Van Ness
San Francisco, CA 94110
between 21st & 20th Streets
close to 24th Street BART
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Saturday, June 13
$5-$15 sliding scale
Eth-Noh-Tec is funded in part by San Francisco Grants for the Arts, San Francisco Arts Commission, National Storytelling Network, Target Stores, Asian Arts Foundation, and private donors. Eth-Noh-Tec is an official San Francisco Green Business.