The Emerald Tablet is a creativity salon: a community gathering place to enjoy, study and produce art and culture. Aiming to bridge the traditional gap between diverse activities and art forms, we present performances, exhibits, presentations and workshops ranging across a wide swath of creative fields. We strive to serve the arts community by actively nurturing and collaborating with creative practitioners seeking a venue for their artistic development and expression.
This event is part of The Emerald Tablet’s monthly collaboration with Jazz in the Neighborhood. The Bay Area is home to many incredible jazz musicians who’ve devoted their lives to developing their craft and attaining the highest artistic levels. Jazz in the Neighborhood is an important step towards creating an environment where these accomplished professionals can nurture a great American art form in dignity and respect, while delighting audiences of all ages. The Emerald Tablet is proud to provide its resources, on a regular basis, to help this dream to become a reality. Please join us every second Friday and be part of a grassroots jazz revolution!
JAZZ IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD: The Jeffrey Burr Trio
Friday June 14th 2013 (Second Fridays). 7:15 pm doors, 8 pm show.
The Emerald Tablet, 80 Fresno St, San Francisco, CA 94133 (map)
$5-10 suggested donation, sliding scale. Nobody turned away for lack of funds.
All door donations go to the musicians! Delicious complimentary food. Drinks by donation.
The Emerald Tablet is thrilled to present an original adaptation of H.G. Wells’ The Island of Dr. Moreau, a one-man show written and directed by Austin, TX-based playwright and actor Charles P. Stites! Michael Meigs, writing for Central Texas Live Theatre, called Stites’ performance in Chesapeake “the most gripping act of theatre imagination I’ve ever seen in Austin”. Here’s Meig’s review of Stites’ The Island [...]