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San Francisco Mime Troupe comes to Santa Cruz on Oct 1st and 2nd

The San Francisco Mime Troupe is wrapping up thier season with 2 FREE performances of thier production Doing Good in Santa Cruz Oct 1st and 2nd at San Lorenzo Park at 3:00.
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San Francisco Mime Troupe comes to Santa Cruz

Fasten your seatbelts and get ready for another wild yet thought-provoking ride with the San Francisco Mime Troupe, which will open its new season with a brand new play, Doing Good, inspired by John Perkins’ Confessions of an Economic Hit Man. Loaded with history and a global perspective, Doing Good has a backdrop of US foreign policy since WWII. It is an epic work, in step with the Mime Troupe’s raison d’etre, laced with laughter, tragedy, snappy dialogue and live music.

October 1st and 2nd - SAN LORENZO PARK
Dakota Ave (downtown)
Music 2:30pm; Show 3:00

The San Francisco Mime Troupe creates and produces socially relevant theater of the highest professional quality, staging plays that dramatize the operation of giant forces in small, close-up stories that convey the impact of political events on personal life. Doing Good is directed by Mime Troupe collective member and choreographer Victor Toman.

Most performances are FREE. For more information, visit the website at or call (415) 285-1717.

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