On the toxic edge of San Francisco, a homeless singer seeks refuge from psych wards and social workers as her errant sister closes in. Ruthie, an extreme travel writer, hires a beat-boxing street musician and bike thief named Hunter to find her sister Eva, while avoiding love and responsibility in her own life. A play with music and bicycles about fierce outsiders, the complicated love of sisters, and the meaning of home.
**Funded by Walter and Elise Haas Fund, Zellerbach Family Foundation, Stanley S. Langendorf Foundation, Puffin Foundation, Theatre Bay Area CA$H grant program, and the University of San Francisco; with participation of the North of Market/Tenderloin Community Benefit District.
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I hope to see you at one of the shows.
(To learn more about “Hunter’s Point” and Strange Angels Theater, visit the Hunter’s Point website and read the article “Homelessness Live on a Tenderloin Stage” in the West Coast Edition of the New York Times.)