EXIT Theatre, 156 Eddy St, SF
SATURDAY Sept 7 5:30 PM Everything Go Boom
FRIDAY Sept 13 7:00 PM Everything Go Boom
TUESDAY Sept 17 7:00 PM Everything Go Boom
WEDNESDAY Sept 18 7:00 PM Everything Go Boom
After losing everything, and binge drinking her way into a one-night-stand with a bible salesman, Jessica Santos is ready for change. Unfortunately, the bible salesman is married to a homicidal gun nut, who bombs abortion clinics. When Jessica discovers, she’s pregnant, she’s forced to flee to protect her unborn child from a religious maniac hell bent on terminating them both. Can Jessica survive and turn her life around, or will everything go boom?
Alan S. Quismorio (director) currently serves as Bindlestiff Studio’s Interim Artistic Director. Previous to this tenure, he functioned in a similar capacity at the Jon Sims Center (1999-2004) and with the Asian American Theater Company (AATC) (2008-2010). He oversaw AlchemySF, the emerging playwrights program at the Jon Sims Center, where he developed new works by Bay Area playwrights Joe Besecker and Nicola Harwood, directed Harry C. Cronin’s critically-acclaimed “Dooley” and “Dark Matter”, and produced the award-winning staging of Joe Jennison’s “A Beautiful Man” (Best Comedy and Best of Fringe honors at the 2003 SF Fringe). Additional directorial credits include A. Rey Pamatmat’s “Thunder Above, Deeps Below” and Jeffrey Lo’s “A Kind of Sad Love Story”, both at Bindlestiff Studio; also Alex Park’s “Macho Bravado” (AATC), Tom W. Kelly’s “Significant Others” (New Conservatory Theatre), and productions featured at the Bay One Act Festivals. He recently was affiliated with and managed the playwrighting division of GuyWriters (recipient of the 2010 SF Fringe Box Office Award). He has worked extensively in the SF Bay Area, with the Magic Theatre, Oakland Public Theatre, Brava! Women in the Arts, the Shotgun Players, and Word for Word. He is also an alumni of Crowded Fire Theater Company.