by William Bivins

Peter and Donald’s marriage may be legal in the state of California, but they’ve still got issues. Serious issues. And they’re determined to batter down their therapist’s defenses to get back to those lovin’ feelings.

Program 1 of the 2013 Bay One Acts Festival

Tides Theatre, 533 Sutter St @ Powell, San Francisco

Festival passes and individual tickets [here]

Kathryn Wood (DR LISTON)  has been active in San Francisco theatre for almost 25 years as an actor, director, and occasional costumer; her roles have spanned the range from matriarchs to mice. She is delighted to be working again with the good folks of BOA.

Shaun Plander (PETER)

Andrew Chung (DONALD)  Scientist by day, actor by night. A relative newcomer to the Bay Area's theater community, he has performed in various plays and staged readings for SF Olympians, No Nude Men Productions, San Francisco Theater Pub, and Playwrights' Center of San Francisco.

William Bivins (playwright) is an award-winning playwright whose full-length productions include The Education of a Rake, The Apotheosis of Pig Husbandry, The Position, and Pulp Scripture, among others. He has won the Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle Award, the Hyperion Project Original Play Competition, and numerous Fringe Awards

Jon Wai-keung Lowe (director) Directing credits include the West Coast Premiere of Sarah Ruhl’s Passion Play and his own adaptation of Green Bamboo Hermitage (Best of the Fringe). Jon’s short films have screened at the Grand Lake Theatre, Chabot Space & Science Center, and the Oakland Museum of California. He is artistic director of the Visible Theater and the Kunqu Initiative.