Submitted For Your Approval

Submitted For Your Approval
by Sinohui Hinojosa
EAP Creative
San Jose
EXIT Theatre, 156 Eddy St, SF
59 Minutes
TICKETS: $11 ($13.99 online)
SAT SEPT 9 2:30 PM Submitted For Your Approval
SUN SEPT 10 4:00 PM Submitted For Your Approval
SAT SEPT 16 9:00 PM Submitted For Your Approval
TUE SEPT 19 7:00 PM Submitted For Your Approval

The date, 1965. The place, a land beyond your wildest imagination. Join us for SUBMITTED FOR YOUR APPROVAL, a trio of inter-connected one acts that take you on a journey of the mind, both fantastic and surreal, realized for today in the style and tone of the original Rod Sterling masterpiece.
Bernard Fok (Producer) is the co-founder of EAP Creative and Emerging Artist Productions. He is excited to help bring SUBMITTED FOR YOUR APPROVAL to the SF Fringe Festival and hopes to work with our talented cast & crew in the future. He is currently producing feature film projects, a web series and new projects for the stage.
Sinohui Hinojosa (Playwright - The Paradox Syndrome, Show Producer, Director) Directing one-acts for the PCSF’s 24 Hour Playfest in 2015 & 2017, SINOHUI HINOJOSA is excited to return to the SF Fringe (he produced video for IT CAME FROM FUKUSHIMA, 2016). As a writer/producer and director, he co-founded EAP Creative and is the co-founder/Artistic Director of the San Jose Int’l Short Film Festival in its 9th year. For SFYA, he has written “The Paradox Syndrome” and is the producer/director and guardian of the show. @Sinohui on Twitter.
John Tulin (Co-playwright - Silent Partner) has had a varied career, whether working as a cinematographer, an editor or as a writer/director on shorts and feature films. He draws on his life experiences by creating new artistic works including co-writing Silent Partner for SUBMITTED FOR YOUR APPROVAL. He is known for MIND’S EYE an award winning feature film that was released in 2009 and is excited to be part of the Fringe Festival.
Meghan Maugeri (Co-playwright - Silent Partner) is a writer currently based in San Jose, CA. She participated in the Berkeley Rep School of Theatre’s Playwriting Program through which her full-length futuristic drama Keep had a reading at Central Works Theatre. Meghan is also a new member of the Pear Playwrights Guild. In addition to developing her own narrative projects, she assists local filmmakers with script development and writing. Originally from Connecticut, Meghan was a school teacher and a law student in a former life.
Matthew Miller (Playwright - The Perfect Child) is a playwright and a screenwriter. His short plays, "Hold Up" and "It Takes Two" have been produced in the Bay Area and South Florida. He co-wrote a screenplay that was selected as a semi-finalist for the Big Break Screenwriting Contest and the Shore Scripts Screenwriting Contest. Currently, he most recently moved to Portland, Oregon with his partner, Chris, their dog, Paca, and their cat, Mashed Potatoes.
John S. Boles (Professor Harrington / Grumann / Doctor) grew up in Lynn County Texas in the same small town as Dan Blocker. His Father worked for the Santa Fe Railroad, his Mother had an in-home Day Care Center. Attending two Jr. Colleges and three four year institutions wandering from music to theatre to business administration. He married Margaret Willis in 1972, they have three children and four grand-children. Employed by the playwright/screenwriter John Patrick from 1973 to 1978, he has been working in front of the camera, on stage and in voice over in the Austin and San Francisco markets since 2003.
Moshe Goodman (Billy / Joe Hemingway / Reggie) is new to The Bay Area. In his native New York, Moshe worked with the Wednesday Repertory Company, Naked Chicken Productions, Love Creek Productions, and The Love Tank, acting in, writing & directing for, and producing tens of one act play collections. Moshe recently performed in The Playwrights Center's 24 hr Play Festival and looks forward to performing at Piano Fight in his own "The Judah Encounter" in October. Many thanks to Sinohui and the rest of the cast!
Mia Blasdel (Mother) started acting in plays and commercials at a young age. Later she received a Bachelor's degree in Theatre from UCSD and studied film acting in Los Angeles. She studied improv at Upright Citizen's Brigade L.A. and performed sketch comedy there and at Improv Olympics. She had a co-star role on the TV show Legit, and lead and supporting roles in many short and feature films. Her favorite theatre role was as Flavia/Belinda in 'Noises Off' and she will now grace the SF Fringe Festival stages as THE MOTHER in The Perfect Child.
Emily Marie Grant (Marjorie Harrington / Sister / Patty Morgan) is very excited to return to the Fringe Festival stages, last year as u/s Eugenia (SF FRINGE SNEAK PEEK performance 2016) and now as MARJORIE HARRINGTON (The Paradox Syndrome) and PATTY MORGAN (Silent Partner) as part of SUBMITTED FOR YOUR APPROVAL. She has traveled many paths, from a performer from PCSF’s 24 HOUR PLAYFEST, to independent and big budget commercials, TV shows and feature films (SAN ANDREAS, STEVE JOBS). She finds herself one of the lucky few able to make a living doing what she loves - acting. A side life as an entrepreneur/business owner has prepared her for the rigorous life of an actor on the go. She is thrilled to be on the SF Fringe Festival stages again @emilymariegrant on Twitter and Instagram.
Brian Levi (The Narrator) returns for his second year with The Fringe Most recently in the acclaimed A View from the Bridge (Alfieri) at the Pear and SF Shakes’ Hamlet (Claudius), Brian has done many BA shows over the years. Others include To Kill a Mockingbird (Atticus) at Hillbarn, PCSF's Playoffs (TBA Winner) and SF Olympians at The Exit, Pear Slices 2015 (TBA Finalist), Three Sisters (Vershinin) at DMT and The Birthday Party (McCann) at The Dragon. Brian performed while at Rice University, including with the RSC. Follow Brian at