Curran And 'New York Times' Presents BEYOND BORDERS
Carole Shorenstein Hays announced today Curran and New York Times will present Beyond Borders on Tuesday, February 26 at 7 p.m. One month before the theater transforms into a refugee camp's Afghan cafe for the West Coast debut of the celebrated new play THE JUNGLE, New York Times journalists will discuss how the U.S. treats its migrants and immigrants, addressing what is happening at the borders and in our cities, including sanctuary cities like San Francisco. The event is part of Curran's popular SHOW & TELL series, featuring topical one-night-only events. Tickets for Beyond Borders are $25-35 and available beginning Tuesday, February 12 at 10 a.m. on SFCURRAN.com.
Moderated by national immigration correspondent Miriam Jordan, the conversation panel includes Holly Cooper, co-director of the Immigration Law Clinic at UC Davis; Katharine Gim, co-founder and executive director of Immigrants Rising, a group that works with Dreamers and undocumented youth; and Kirk Semple, a Mexico-City based correspondent who's traveled with multiple immigrant caravans.
Carole Shorenstein Hays and Sonia Friedman Productions with Tom Kirdahy present the West Coast Premiere of the Good Chance Theatre, National Theatre and Young Vic production of THE JUNGLE by Joe Murphy and Joe Robertson at San Francisco's Curran begins Tuesday, March 26, 2019, and will run through Sunday, May 19, 2019. Under the direction of Stephen Daldry and Justin Martin, THE JUNGLE chronicles the self-governing community of refugees from various countries that emerged in Calais, France. Tickets for THE JUNGLE are $25-$165 and are available now at SFCURRAN.com/jungle.
Curran's SHOW & TELL all-star lineup has previously featured Senator Kamala Harris, Former FBI Director James Comey, former White House photographer Pete Souza, the writers and creative minds behind SOFT POWER, David Henry Hwang and Jeanine Tesori, Broadway legend Patti LuPone, comedians Megan Mullally and Nick Offerman, and Monty Python original member Eric Idle.