Welcome to Handful Players!
Handful Players is a nonprofit children’s musical theatre. We’re all about helping kids find their creative voice, build self-esteem and learn skills for getting ahead in life.
We give kids a place after their school day ends to express themselves creatively and interact positively with other kids and professional performers — and it’s free!
Sure, participation can build better actors, dancers or singers. But what’s really important: kids learn teamwork, focus and personal responsibility, while exploring the magic of theatre to find their unique creative niche.
We’ve built a diverse company, led by talented, professional educators, performers, directors and even an MBA.
Handful Players is a special place where creative experience and life skills work hand-in-hand.
To learn more, click here to see Handful Players in ACTion!
If you would like to join us or help us,
contact: Judith Cohen, Executive Director, at 415.921.8246 or via email
Handful Players at San Francisco's African American Art & Culture Complex:
World Premiere of "Mufaro's Beautiful Daughter (and One On Fleek)"
By Chinaka Hodge
Accompanied by jazz musician, Imanuel Junaedy and his trio
Directed by Ryan Marchand and Samantha Jackson
Date: Saturday, May 14, 2016 1:00pm (doors open at 12:30)
Location: San Francisco's African American Art & Culture Complex
762 Fulton Street @ Webster St.
Transportation: Free parking in lot and one block away from #5 Fulton Bus
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Jefferson Award Presented to Handful Players founder, Judith Cohen by CBS 5