Flux Fest ’14 — it’s time to celebrate!
Join us for music, snacks and other shenanigans to celebrate FluxWagon (our mobile stage), our awesome friends & neighbors at Main Street Theatre (who have put up with the building of said stage), and the fabulous talents of Main Streeters and Samuel Peaches’ Peripatetic Players (who perform on the stage) — block-party-style!
Saturday, August 30, 2pm – 4:30ish
Main Street Theatre – 915 Cayuga Ave at Ocean Ave, SF
Suggested donation $5 – $15 at the door
***donations go directly to the O Best Beloved actors!***
Casey Robbins & Sam Bertken
Samuel Peaches’ Peripatetic Players
Fox and the Hounds
On Sunday, 8/31, it’s back to our regularly scheduled programming: O Best Beloved in Glen Park!
The Burlington not only has great taste in paint colors, but safely housed four of our Best Beloveds during the recent earthquake!
FluxWagon is being born!
In an arts/industrial space in San Leandro called The Gate, FluxWagon is under construction to become our mobile stage for the summer tour of O Best Beloved. Baby Fluxie (her prenatal name) currently looks like a utility trailer, the framing of one wall, and a lot of metal sticks. Her neighbors, apparently, are a great many pianos. Seems appropriate.
Thanks to help from Gustavo Alonso, Joan is cutting and welding to her heart’s content. Gus is also an actor and artist who creates metalwork at The Gate with the bEEcHARGE arts collective.
Baby Fluxie, pulled by Doris the Truck. Doris is a snappy dresser, as you can see by her seat covers.
Baby Fluxie’s space at The Gate. Note the notably numberous pianos.
Lots of metal goes into the framing of FluxWagon
Framing for one wall of FluxWagon