SPACE PILOTS IN SPAAACE
A Live Action Sci-Fi Radio Play
Did you miss our sold-out run in February? Space Pilots is back in orbit July 18-21!
FURY FESTIVAL OF ENSEMBLE THEATER AT JOE GOODE ANNEX, 401 ALABAMA ST, SAN FRANCISCO
3 PERFORMANCES ONLY: Wednesday July 18 at 7pm / Friday July 20 at 7pm / Saturday July 21 at 3pm
Seven quirky military misfits are assigned a dangerous space mission, as punishment for infractions against the current government. Forced to communicate via ancient radio wave technology when their voices are literally silenced, Captain Jerusa Day and her crew crash-land on a seemingly hostile planet. But a series of misadventures with Argasian stardust, accidental interspecies reproduction, and a search for an alternate fuel source uncover the possibility of saving a dying world. Funny, thoughtful and action-packed, Space Pilots in Spaaaace! Presents an off-kilter yet hopeful look at humanity’s future.
TICKETS ARE LIMITED – this is a super-fun, interactive theater experience and we want everyone to have a window or aisle seat! Purchase your tickets in advance so you don't get left behind.
NO LATE ARRIVALS – plan to arrive 15 minutes early so you don’t miss lift-off. This performance runs 60 minutes with no intermission.
SEATING - Seating is available throughout the performance, but there will be some moving through the space as you experience the show. If you have special needs, please email email@example.com in advance so we can accommodate you. This venue is wheelchair accessible.
This production is generously sponsored in part by The Joe Goode Annex and the Dolby Matching Gift Program.
by Jenny McAllister
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