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WHERE IS THE SHOW?
PianoFight’s “Roughin’ It” will be performed in a scenic outdoor venue: The Paradise Healing Center, located at 9 Alamo Way, Lagunitas, Ca, 94938 - check out this handy map. This gorgeous property is just over an hour and 15 minutes north of the Golden Gate Bridge.
WHEN SHOULD I ARRIVE?
The shuttle bus from San Francisco leaves at 4pm, and doors will “open” at 5pm. At that time, you’ll be able to check in, buy food & drinks and set your things down. The audience will be moved around the property during the show, so don’t worry about securing a “great seat”; there will be lots of space for everyone to find a spot to enjoy each piece. Do arrive at 5pm if you’d like to enjoy the luscious forest ambiance!
CAN I DRIVE?
Yes. There is minimal parking near the site. Members of the PianoFight team will be available at the venue entrance to direct cars into the best spots. Needless to say, carpooling is HIGHLY encouraged. For those without cars, there will be a round trip shuttle from SF for $20!
WHAT DO THE TICKET PRICES MEAN?
The $50 ticket earns you entrance into the show. The $70 ticket reserves a round-trip seat on the PF shuttle from SF to Paradise, entrance into the show, and major style points.
WHAT’S THE DEAL WITH THE BUS?
The shuttle is a luxurious 45 seat bus, with leather cushions, on board bathroom, cup holders, recliners, foot rests, storage above the seats as well as underneath. It also features 4 “conference tables” with 4 seats a piece in the back. Shuttle is only available to 21-and-over (bring your ID!) as consumption of alcoholic beverages is permitted.
WHERE WILL THE BUS PICK ME UP?
The shuttles will pick you up at 4pm at 54 Mint Plaza in downtown San Francisco. Mint Plaza is within a block of Powell St. BART station, off Mission St between 5th and 6th. Please be prompt. To ride the shuttle, you must be 21 or older, IDs will be checked upon boarding.
WHAT WILL I BE SEEING?
This show is made up of a collection of short pieces penned for the unique setting. The audience will be directed to different areas of the property to separate staging areas; however the distance between stages will be minimal. The site specific material ranges sketch comedy to short plays, music and dance, and features work by Emma Shelton, Dublin & Jena McRae, Christy Crowley, Jake Arky, Michael Monteiro Wise, Nicole Hammersla, Dwyane Yancey and PianoFight’s very own female-driven sketch group Chardonnay.
WHAT SHOULD I BRING?
A sense of humor. Booze. Coats, blankets, a flashlight and good shoes to walk in. The terrain can be a little uneven and it might get chilly at night, and we want you to be safe and comfortable. We’ll have chairs for most folks, but don’t hesitate to bring an outdoor folding chair if you want it. Feel free to bring a picnic dinner, snacks and drinks. (Don’t forget the wine opener). We’ll also have drinks and food (delicious BBQ and oysters!) available for purchase.
CAN I BRING MY CHILDREN? HOW ABOUT MY NEIGHBOR’S CHILDREN?
The content of the show is not for the whole family. The language and subject matter are adult oriented. At times the show is raunchy, profane, absurd, mostly hilarious, and poignant. We don’t recommend it for anyone under the age of 13 — parental discretion is key. The PF shuttle is for “children” ages 21+, and will be strictly enforced.
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Posted September 1, 2014 at 10:10 am