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TOO MUCH LIGHT
MAKES THE BABY GO BLIND

(30 plays in 60 minutes)
EVERY FRIDAY & SATURDAY @ 9PM

SAFEhouse for the Performing Arts 
1200 Market St, SF (accessible by the CIVIC Center BART/Muni)

GET YOUR TICKETS

At Door: $10 + $1 times the roll of a 6 sided die ($11-$16)
In Advance: $15+ fees (get your tickets here)


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Join the San Francisco Neo-Futurists for WERKSTATT: an ongoing, ever-changing drop-in class for non-illusory story-telling, experimentation, and practice. The last Saturday of every month, San Francisco Neo-Futurists will dial you into different elements of our creative practice, giving you a chance to experiment in a safe, low-stakes environment. Failure is highly encouraged.

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WHERE: SAFEhouse for the Arts, 1200 Market St, SF
WHEN: 5:15 – 6:30 PM, Saturday, June 25th
HOW: Email werkstatt@sfneofuturists.com to secure a spot
// some drop-in spots will be available at the door
WERKSTATT is a suggested donation of $10. No one turned away for lack of funds.


Check out Jessie’s play
“When there’s nothing left to say: Sing. Act.”

Performed for a sold out crowd at our 3rd annual Pride Show,
an SF Pride edition of Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind. Proceeds benefitted Lyric, an organization focused on building community and inspiring positive social change with LGBTQQ youth and allies.


Why not test out the donation brick?

donate brick

Clicking the above image will take you to a secure donation website where you will be able to make a tax-deductible donation to our company.

Intersection for the Arts

We are a Member of the Intersection Incubator, a program of Intersection for the Arts providing fiscal sponsorship, incubation and consulting services to artists. Visit www.theintersection.org.


WHAT THEY SAY WHEN THEY SAY OUR NAME

“In their hands, theater is the future, and the future is now.” – SF Weekly

“…the show’s ethos is also refreshingly old-school in such a tech-saturated city.” – EDGE SF

**Editors’ Pick, Theatre Bay Area**

**Best Theater of SF – SF Weekly’s 2014 Readers’ Poll**

**Best of the Bay – SFBG: Best Two-Minute Blasts from the Neo-Future**