Parker Street Odditorium, Berkeley – September 13
We’re thrilled to announce a performance of O Best Beloved on Saturday, September 13 at 2:00pm at the Parker Street Odditorium, 2310 Parker Street, Berkeley. Saddle up the kids and BYO seating for this special Berkeley backyard performance! We’ll also have some folding chairs and tumbling mats on hand.
Some of the audience at our Port Costa show not only brought their own chairs, but hosted Samuel Peaches as Dingo for a mid-show nap.
We’re delighted to be hosted by the Odditorium, run by our dear friend Adam L. Sussman, for our only performance in Berkeley!
Next stops on our tour include:
Saturday, August 30: FluxFest ’14
Sunday, August 31: O Best Beloved in Glen Park
Saturday, September 6: O Best Beloved in Santa Clara
Sunday, September 7: O Best Beloved in Hayward
For more info on seeing a show, please read our F.A.Q.
The Professor, PhD pretty much knows it all — or thinks s/he does. Our ensemble can’t quite decide who has the final say on how the world began… and everyone has a different idea of who The Professor is. Who’s your favorite?
Catch The Professor expounding and expostulating at any of our 2014 Tour performances around the Bay Area.
This weekend: San Francisco’s Precita Park on 8/16 at 2pm, and Pleasanton’s Centennial Park on 8/17 at 5pm!
Thumper makes sure that the stories are accurate to Mr. Kipling’s originals
Meekins is always a little shocked.
Blueberry Starshine can tell you all about the fauna of the turbid Amazon.
Samuel Peaches takes us to the plains of Africa
Princess Gwen tells us how the Whale got his throat.
And will anyone ever let Arby-Darby wear the Professorial pith helmet?
Arby-Darby lobbies the audience
That show was awesome!
–Cayuga Park audience member, age 7
We had a great preview performance at Cayuga Park last Sunday, with lots of kids in attendance and even a runaway kickball that was batted back into play by Samuel Peaches.
Our next performances are Saturday, August 16 at San Francisco’s Precita Park at 2pm, and Sunday, August 17 at Pleasanton’s Centennial Park at 5pm. We hope to see you there!
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Audience at our Cayuga Park show, August 3. Photo by Serena Morelli.
Pingle the Stute-Fish (played by Blueberry Starshine) and Smiler the Whale. Photo by Serena Morelli