Hear ye, hear ye! The Peripatetic Players now have their very own website: peripateticplayers.org! Please visit, and subscribe to the blog there for all the latest news. Or, sign up for our email list — it’ll get you all the most important announcements.
And there’s lots of news!
On July 24, 2016, the Players will host a Particularly Obstinate Obstacle-A-Thon! It’s an obstacle course fundraiser (and you can play the course, too, or pledge a player) to benefit their latest show…
That’s right… inspired by their command performance at the Bull Valley Roadhouse in November 2015, Samuel Peaches longs to reprise his starring role in Romeo & Juliet… but Thumper has ideas about a different star-crossed story — one with more droids. Mayhem is likely to ensue. Coming Sept 10-24 aboard FluxWagon to a Bay Area park or public space near you.
Follow the links for all the best info!
Big love to Sam Bertken for the Shakespeare & Vader portraits.
Dear Beloveds, the Samuel Peaches Peripatetic Players are on tour starting tomorrow with a new show — Aesop Amuck, based on Aesop’s Fables. We’re thrilled to be unfolding FluxWagon for stupendous shows at parks and public spaces around the Bay Area once again!
And with a new show comes a new website — please check us out at http://www.aesopamuck.wordpress.com. You can still follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook, where we post you can find details of each of our performances. New this year, we’re on Instagram and Pinterest!
To make it all happen, we’re Kickstarting through Monday, August 17!
Help send FluxWagon around the Bay Area again this year!
Samuel Peaches Peripatetic Players present Aesop Amuck
on tour Saturdays and Sundays August 1 – 23
to parks and public spaces around the San Francisco Bay Area
Here’s Fluxie in action!
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.
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!