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Handful Players offers free after-school and summer sessions.The program includes theater workshops and rehearsals. During the after-school and summer sessions, we meet for one hour or 90 minutes either once or twice a week.

Please call 415-921-8246 for information and to register.

2017 Summer Sessions: June 5 - August 4
Handful Players is conducting free summer musical theater programs at several summer camps in the Western Addition, including at the Boys and Girls Club, Buchanan YMCA, Western Addition Beacon Center, Booker T Washington Community Service Center, Margaret Hayward Rec-Connect, and MagicZone
For Information: contact Judith Cohen 415.921.8246 or email: info@HandfulPlayers.org
2016/2017 After-School Sessions:
September 2016 - May 2017
Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Ages: 8 - 16

African American Art and Culture Complex
762 Fulton Street
San Francisco, CA

Buchanan YMCA
1530 Buchanan St.
San Francisco, CA

Information: contact Judith Cohen 415.921.8246 or email: info@HandfulPlayers.org

   Handful Players performing the 2016 World Premiere of Chinaka Hodge's
    "Mufaro's Beautiful Daughter (and One on Fleek!)"

Performance at African American Art & Culture Complex:
World Premiere of "Who's in Rabbit's House?" By Chinaka Hodge

Date: Saturday, May 13, 2017
Time: 1:00 pm (doors open at 12:30 pm) to 2:30 pm
Location: 762 Fulton Street, San Francisco
Tickets: FREE
Transportation: Free parking in lot and one block away from #5 Fulton Bus

Directed by Ryan Marchand and Samantha Jackson. Choreographed by Jessica Recinos. Starring talented students in 3rd - 5th grades at the Western Addition Beacon Center, Buchanan YMCA's Margaret Hayward Rec-Connect, and Booker T. Washington Community Service Center. Accompanied by Imanuel Junaedy and his jazz trio

Featuring: Dancer Jessica Recinos, Singers Samantha Jackson and
Ryan Marchand, and Imanuel Junaedy Jazz Band in opening acts

"Who's in Rabbit's House," based on an African Masai folktale and the book by Verna Aardema, tells the timely story of how a community combats a bully who tramples individual rights by mobilizing and speaking in unison, finding common ground to create solutions.

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