Stories High XV

stories high xv flyerSTORIES HIGH XV
October 22 - November 7, 2015
Thursdays - Saturdays at 8pm

Bindlestiff Studio proudly presents Stories High XV - the culmination of our long-running annual page-to-stage workshop series – which opens Oct 22, through November 7.

Bindlestiff Studio
185 Sixth St.
San Francisco, CA 94103

$10 Students/Seniors
$15 General
$25 Support-the-Artists


Three workshops. Writing. Acting. Directing. One amazing show.

The production spotlights Bindlestiff’s commitment to foster new talent as well to nurture existing artists.

Eight weeks of intensive instruction has yielded seven fully-produced 10-minute plays:

"18" by Aureen Almario; directed by Sandy Panopio
A young woman is confronted with having to make difficult choices at her Debut.

"Jigsaw Puzzle" by Danica Ronquillo; directed by Chris Hunt and Michelle Fajardo
A coming of age story of two childhood friends on the verge of being separated as the chance of a lifetime opens up for one of them.

"The Night Shift" by Ed Mabasa; directed by Joe Cascasan
Three Demons surround The Lady as they attempt to take her one last vestige of life.

"The Gardener" by Emmanuel Romero; directed by Judith Ferrer
A young gay man begrudgingly enlists the help of an unsuspecting immigrant through his uncaring sister in getting rid of something… or someone.

"to the pinays who have considered suicide" by Caroline Calderon, directed by Sammay Dizon
A young Pinay contemplates suicide on a BART platform through poetry, movement and song.

"Please Come Back" by Steven Dominguez, directed by Juan G. Berumen
A vagrant enters a diner where a tired waitress opens up to him.

"Full House House" by Jericho Saria; directed by Laura Priscilla Paule
A couple who recently won a real estate contest explores the benefits and dangers of owning a home in San Francisco while revisiting the location’s famous past!

Actors include: Mark Abella, TJ Basa, Dianne Chui, Melanie Elvena, Lauren Garcia, Chris Hunt, Sarah Luebke, Thomas Parras, Missa Peron, Aura San Miguel, Patrick Silvestre.