Voices of the Tenderloin

at 10:00 AM
 (Rob Melrose/Cutting Ball Theater)

A formerly homeless photographer. The bartender from Aunt Charlie's Lounge, a local drag bar. A retired Tenderloin police captain. A Cambodian refugee and juvenile delinquent-turned-youth counselor. These are just some of the many characters inhabiting the new play "Tenderloin," at Cutting Ball Theater. The piece uses documentary-style techniques to take the pulse of the complex and gritty neighborhood. We meet the director and some of the cast.

Guests:

Annie Elias, director of "Tenderloin" and chair of the Performing Arts Department at Marin Academy

Mark Ellinger, local historian, essayist, photographer and Tenderloin resident played by actor David Sinaiko in "Tenderloin"

Tristan Cunningham, actor appearing in "Tenderloin"

David Sinaiko, actor appearing in "Tenderloin"

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