Performance Showcase
Push Play: The Human Jukebox
PS2019 presents a special performance of spoken word, song, music and dance, featuring new works from known and emerging Bay Area artists.
The show will explore stories about our bodies, bullying, figure drawing, growing up in San Francisco, performance as ritual, and more.
Performers include:
Madeline Abel-Kerns – dramatic soprano*
Rhett Bender – saxophone
Linda Hope – spoken word
Ron Jones – spoken word
Audrey Kalman – spoken word
Olga Loya – spoken word
Marsh Youth Theater – musical
Beth McLaughlin – spoken word
Angela Newsham – dance
Maia Scott – dance
Gary Turchin – spoken word
*Abel-Kerns will perform “I Never Saw Another Butterfly,” a selection of poems by children from the Terezin Concentration Camp. Set to music by Lori Laitman and accompanied by primo saxophonist Rhett Bender, this piece features the children’s poetry of hope and innocence during the 1940s.
Friday, March 29 and Saturday, March 30, 8:00 p.m.
Doors open one hour before the show.
$18 General Admission. $15 Students and Seniors.
Tickets at Brown Paper Tickets

St. Aidan’s Episcopal Church, 101 Gold Mine Drive, San Francisco, CA 94131
(at Diamond Heights Blvd., next to Safeway). Ample parking. Wheelchair accessible.
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