Every Tuesday at noon, PST, Brown Paper Tickets will post upcoming events happening in the San Francisco Bay Area. Here are hot tickets for events coming up. Check back for stellar events that fit the interests of locals and tourists alike.
Friday, November 25 | Language Rooms: Ahmed is a shining example of the American Dream, working as a translator in a Homeland Security detainment facility. Soon after his big promotion, his loyalty is called into question as the job and the office politics take a turn for the absurd. A dark comedy that explores themes of identity and misguided patriotism, Language Rooms is another gem from Yussef el Guindi (Back of the Throat, Jihad Jones and the Kalashnikov Babes), one of the most important dramatic voices in the U.S. today, and this year’s Middle East America winner.
Friday, November 25 | Nina and the Monsters: A loving homage to the golden age of monster movies of the silver screen in this hilarious ensemble comedy. San Francisco actor-playwright Rey Carolino returns again to present his hilarious tongue in cheek horror-comedy. Life goes awry at an obscure European village where village girl Nina is slowly turning into a werewolf. Things get crazier as an outrageous Hollywood producer and his movie star protege, two rogue CIA agents, and monster hunters from New Jersey all plot to capture and exploit her. And then the Real monsters arrive in time to complicate things!
Saturday, November 26 | Invented in San Francisco Walking Tour – Thanksgiving edition: Some of the City’s most interesting natives aren’t people, but the brainchildren of make-it-happen San Franciscans that have changed the world. Explore the science behind the creations of some of SF’s important imaginators, learn a bit about the neuroscience of creativity, and experiment with your own powers of perception.
Saturday, November 26 | SexRev: The Jose Sarria Experience: The return engagement of our hit show about the man who was one of the first great queer activists, the first openly gay man to run for public office and the first Empress.
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