Monthly Archives: March 2011

BOA X Reviewed in SF Bay Guardian

“In terms of life and art imitating each other, there may be no better time to see it than right now.” All photos by Clay Robeson. For use or printing permission contact Clay@ClayRobeson.net

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BOA X: Behind the Scenes!

Take a look at this beautiful video that Aruna Ekanayake shot of BOA X!  Many thanks to Aruna and his team for capturing the spirit of community and collaboration that defines BOA. Bay One Acts 2011 from Bent Pyramid Pictures … Continue reading

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BOA X Reviewed on “My Cultural Landscape”

“A major triumph … bright, insightful, and wonderfully wacky.” Photos by Clay Robeson. For printing permission contact Clay@ClayRobeson.net

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BOA is an “Editor’s Pick” in SF Chronicle

“Great local short plays” – check it out at here.

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BOA featured in SF Weekly

Bay One Acts Festival Brings the Best of Local Small Theater Companies Together!  Oh Yeah! http://blogs.sfweekly.com/exhibitionist/2011/03/starting_sunday_bay_one_acts_f.phpSF W

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An Interview with 11th Hour Ensemble Artistic Director Allison Combs and Cloud Flower Creator Ryo Harada

An Interview between BOA X Dramaturg Ignacio Zulueta and 11th Hour Artistic Director Allison Combs and Cloud Flower creator Ryo Harada (Cloud FLower, Program 2). Zulueta: I’m here with Ryo Harada and Allison Combs of 11th Hour Ensemble, in the … Continue reading

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Check out our write-up in The Examiner!

We are stoked that the Examiner wrote up our event!  Here it is! http://www.examiner.com/theatre-in-san-francisco/boa-stellar-short-play-fest-celebrates-10-years

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An Interview with Canary Yellow’s Sharif Abu-Hamdeh

An Interview between BOA X Dramaturg Ignacio Zulueta and playwright Sharif Abu-Hamdeh (Canary Yellow, Program 2). Being a dramaturg is somewhat like being an editor: one gets to focus on the writing and the writer, rather than the audience or … Continue reading

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An Interview with Pure Baltic Avenue’s Bennett Fisher

An Interview between BOA X Dramaturg Ignacio Zulueta and playwright Bennett Fisher (Pure Baltic Avenue, Program 2). Being a dramaturg is somewhat like being an editor: one gets to focus on the writing and the writer, rather than the audience … Continue reading

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An Interview with The Opposite of Romance’s Jon Brooks

An Interview between BOA X Dramaturg Ignacio Zulueta and playwright Jon Brooks (The Opposite of Romance, Program 1). Being a dramaturg is somewhat like being an editor: one gets to focus on the writing and the writer, rather than the … Continue reading

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