We have one more performance scheduled of Singulariteen at the San Francisco Fringe Festival. So far, we have been playing to full houses, and getting plenty of laughter, applause, and spectacular audience reviews! We are very excited for our final performance. The cast is psyched and ready to give it their all. We’re only missing our audience! There are still tickets left – get them here:
Singulariteen had its first two performances over the weekend at the San Francisco Fringe Festival, and the audience response was overwhelmingly positive. On the audience review site, here are the reviews we’re getting:
Amazing! Fantastic play, great directing and really, really great actors.
One of the funniest, most well written shows ever. The subject material is spot on, especially given today’s political climate. But best of all was the amazing cast, which was absolutely perfect! You don’t want to miss this production.
The play was amazing and I would definitely recommend it to anybody!! The actors were incredible and extremely believable. The play was the perfect amount of time to keep you captivated the whole time.
Saw it. Enjoyed the hell out of it. Entertaining, outrageous, twisted. Funny. You’re missing 60 minutes of absurdity if you don’t go.
Now, you might not know Earl. I do, and if Earl didn’t mean it, he wouldn’t have written it.
For our own part, we heard the audience laughing. A lot. We heard the applause. We felt great about the energy of the performances and the technical excellence of the crew. Singulariteen is nailing it! And there are still two more performances at the Fringe!
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156 Eddy Street, San Francisco
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September 6-21, 2013
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Singulariteen Tops 2013 San Francisco Fringe Festival in Advance Ticket Sales
Audiences eager to spend the Apocalypse with the Bristols.
San Francisco. August 29, 2013. Theatergoers are grabbing up seats for Singulariteen, a new play by Patrick M Brennan opening September 7 as part of the 2013 SF Fringe Festival. This week the Fringe office named Singulariteen the leader in advanced ticket sales for the festival.
Perhaps the draw is the story of a normal American family, the Bristols, trying to keep it together as the world hurtles toward the abyss. On the eve of the Singularity they face the prospect of the end of life as they know it. Jesus, Drones, the Second American Revolution, Cyber-sex, Guns, and a mysterious man named Raoul all conspire to activate our apocalyptic fears and private foibles.
“Singulariteen is great political theater. Patrick M Brennan has created a romp through the state of the world sure to delight and surprise,” said director Hester Schell, MFA. “I am thoroughly enjoying directing this cast.”
Something more lurks within this production. The most terrifying topics can be the most absurd. The most absurd works can be the most truthful. In rehearsals the Bristols are crying but the cast and crew are laughing. This tells us they have hit a nerve.
“I never had as much fun producing a new play as I’ve had with the cast and crew of Singulariteen! I’ve watched the Bristol family come to life in the hands of these amazing actors, and they keep finding ways of making me laugh,” said author Patrick M Brennan. “This show is very special.”
Savvy Fringe fans order early. Exit Theater, which hosts the annual festival, reserves 25% of Fringe show tickets for sale at the theater starting 30 minutes before each performance. Tickets at the door are cash-only and sell quickly. Once the festival begins word of mouth spreads between staff, volunteers, performers, and audience members like an apocalyptic airborne disease.
Singulariteen stands to win, at the very least, one of the SF Fringe Festivals “Sold Out” awards.
Singulariteen is produced by Undefined Symbol Theater and the Playwrights’ Center of San Francisco and plays September 7, 8, 14, and 20 at the Exit Theatre. To secure advance tickets for Singulariteen, go to www.brownpapertickets.com/
The 2013 San Francisco Fringe Festival runs September 6 through 21 at San Francisco’s EXIT Theatreplex, 156 Eddy Street. For complete listings of venues, shows, and times, go to www.sffringe.org. Or call the fringe hotline at (415) 673-3847.