Costume Design

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Click Poster to view costumes for the 2012 SFMT Production: For The Greater Good
(blake more, costume designer)



Group 1 - Finding Family

Group 2 - Slam Down



Youth Theatre Project 2011

Friday & Saturday, April 15 & 16, 7pm, Cellspace, SF

featuring two original plays:

"Not With a Fizzle, but With a Bang"
At the trendy and corporate-sponsored dance club, Sassy But Classy, dancers are rehearsing for their next big number. But the club's management is comprised of bullies, and the dancers finally decide that they have suffered enough! What will become of their revolt? Whatever happens, these talented folks are determined to show the corporate hierarchy how to run a welcoming community space, not with a fizzle, but with a BANG!
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"And Then There was Derek"
A cautionary comedy about a young woman, Taishay, in the year 2040. After the election of 2012, a pro-life, conservative wave took over the country. With abortion now illegal, what does Taishay do when she accidentally gets pregnant? Will she give up her dream of going to college? Will her new boyfriend do the right thing? And does she even have a choice?
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11th Annual SFMT Youth Theater Program
The Brava Theater Center
2781 24th Street, SF
Two Free Shows, April 11 (7pm) & 12 (1pm & 6pm)

for more info click here

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10th Annual SFMT Youth Theater Program
Mission Cultural Center
Two Free Shows, March 30 & 31

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9th Annual San Francisco Mime Troupe Youth Theater Project
Costume Design

Mission Cultural Center
2868 Mission Street (@ 24th)
8pm, Saturday April 1st
2pm, Sunday, April 2nd

8th Annual Youth Theater Festival
San Francisco Mime Troupe

Costume Designer

Over the last six weeks, our studio has been filled with the enthusiasm, energy and talent of 30 high school students participating in our 8th Annual Youth Theater Project.

Break The Wall, is the culmination of their hard work. All three of the plays in this year's festival deal with breaking down the walls that prevent us from having a less violent, more compassionate society. The plays will be performed
with professional production values, including
costumes, sets, lighting, and a live DJ.

Come check it out! Every year audiences are blown-away
by the raw talent and honesty,
and this year will be no exception.

TITLE: Break The Wall, San Francisco Mime Troupe's Youth Theatre Project

DATES: April 24th, 2004 at 8PM
and April 25th, 2004 at 2PM

VENUE: Mission Cultural Center
2868 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94100


INFO: 415-285-1717, or




The 7th Annual


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The festival is the culmination of the San Francisco Mime Troupe's Youth
Theater Project, a two-month playmaking workshop in which
high school students create plays about the issues
that are important to them.

This year's Festival presents three original plays
performed with professional production values supplied by the Troupe's
designers, crew, and live band.

Come experience the raw talent of the City's youth as they
connect the dots between

(Catered reception following Sunday performance)


The Diego Rivera Theater
City College, Main Campus
50 Phelan Street, SF
Parking lot entrance on Judson at Phelan



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A Play about Hope, Tolerence & Critical Choices
a joint production between the San Francisco Mime Troupe and San Francisco State University
Spring 2001




The 6th Annual

costume designer

A joint project between the SF Mime Troupe & SF State

At the Mission Cultural Center, SF

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