Saturday, August 27 at 8 pm
Written and directed by Ignacio Zulueta
Armed with J.R.R. Tolkien as a peculiar moral compass, a misfit in a rural community sets out on a quest to find a friend. Can a deranged fire chief, homophobia, or a wild bear hopped up on crystal meth stop him? Find out in The Fellowship.
This event is a staged reading and entry is free. We welcome donations.
Ignacio Zulueta was born in Manila, studied in Providence, and writes in Oakland. His stage and radio plays have been seen and heard throughout the Bay Area, as well as in Ashland, New York, Minneapolis, Kalamazoo, and on KUSF 90.3FM and KPFA 94.1FM. He’s a five-year member of San Francisco PlayGround, the Bay Area’s largest new plays developmental organization, and a 2012 winner of their Emerging Writer award. Ignacio has been a part of NewWorks Incubator Asian-American Theatre Company from 2010 to the present. He was a semifinalist for the Global Age Project at Aurora Theatre and the ReOrient Festival at Golden Thread Productions. Ignacio developed The Fellowship for AlterTheater in San Rafael as part of their inaugural AlterLab residency program.