July 12 – August 15
Haas-Lilienthal House, 2007 Franklin Street
Tickets & Show Times
The stunning Haas-Lilienthal House embodies so much of San Francisco’s progressive spirit of innovation and resilience. It’s a survivor, a place of respite, and a symbol of reinvention. Using real, written, and imagined stories from the dancers and musicians, Joe Goode explores how we find resilience, persist, and reinvent. The work transports audiences through the Haas-Lilienthal House, built in 1886 and donated to San Francisco Heritage in 1973. Still Standing asks: What do we want to become? Can we be bold enough to reinvent ourselves?
Still Standing is a performance that lasts 75 minutes. Audiences will be asked to move throughout the 3 main floors of the mansion. There are no intermissions or breaks. Please arrive 15-30 minutes in advance of your ticket time to ensure you have time to settle in. Restroom use encouraged before performances. Limited seating and accessible options are available for all shows. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the day & time of your ticket purchase. Include details about your accessibility needs.
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Also including this preview video by Joe Goode!