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DISCLOSURE 11 Aug 2015 - 29 Aug 2015

11 Aug 2015 7:00 PM | Carol Lashof

Where is the line between memory and truth, pleasure and transgression, love and the abuse of power? Who decides?

Disclosure, a new full-length drama by Berkeley playwright Carol S. Lashof, will change the way you understand desire and boundaries.

Playwright Carol S. Lashof and director Elizabeth Vega formed Those Women Productions in 2014 to stage hidden truths of gender and power. Their first show was Just Deserts, which the Daily Californian described as “a sparkling spectacle … [Just Deserts] satisfies as diverse an audience as it attracts.”

Opening August 12, 2015 (Preview: August 11), Those Women will stage the world premiere of Disclosure at PianoFight in San Francisco. PianoFight is a full service restaurant and bar with a cabaret stage and two intimate theaters, located three blocks from the Powell Street BART. It is dedicated to presenting new work by local artists.  For directions, menu, and more: http://www.pianofight.com/

Disclosure is directed by Rem Myers. It features Anne Hallinan, Gabriel Kenney, Kelly Rinehart, and Valerie Weak.*

*Member, Actors’ Equity Association; Disclosure is an Equity-approved project.

Tickets: DISCLOSURE at PianoFight http://www.eventbrite.com/e/disclosure-tickets-17559102749

General Admission: $20 online/ $25 at the door

Groups of 6 or more: $15

Those Women practice Radical Hospitality: Everyone is welcome, regardless of ability to pay. If you want to see the show and you’ve got nothing but lint in your pockets, email thosewomenproductions@gmail.com to request a 100% discount code.

Synopsis

For decades, Maya has kept silent about the abuse she suffered as a child at the hands of her uncle. Now she seeks to disclose the truth, confront the past, and move on.  In the meantime, her son Adam is entirely wrapped up in a new romantic relationship with Janice – the graduate teaching assistant in one of his college classes. Maya, resenting her own mother’s failure to protect her, is vigilant where her only child is concerned. Is Adam and Janice’s relationship exploitative? Maya is determined to stand up against abuses past and present, but every step she takes leads her deeper into conflict with the people she loves the most.

Where & When

Performances at PianoFight, 144 Taylor Street San Francisco, CA, 94102

Tuesday, Aug. 11, 7pm (Preview)

Wednesday, Aug. 12, 7pm (Opening/Press Night)

Thursday, Aug. 13, 7pm

Wednesday, Aug. 19, 7pm

Thursday, Aug. 20, 7pm

Friday, Aug. 21, 7pm

Wednesday, Aug. 26, 7pm

Thursday, Aug. 27, 7pm

Friday, Aug. 28, 7pm

Saturday, Aug. 29, 9pm


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