Upcoming

Saturday, March 11, 2017
5:15 PM
BEOWULF:
We Player, Rova: Arts, and inkBoat present an exploration of darkness and light, power and conquest, performed through startling imagery, rich soundscape, and intense physicality.
SF Maritime Museum
(Aquatic Park)
900 Beach St, San Francisco, CA 94109
415-345-7575
http://www.weplayers.org/beowulf-2017
Description:
Directed by Ava Roy and Shinichi Iova-Koga
Created and performed by We Players, Rova Saxophone Quartet, and inkBoat Physical Theatre and Dance

The journey begins at sunset
Thursday - Sunday, March 11 - April 16, 2017
San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park

Visit the We Players website for more information and the complete performance schedule: http://www.weplayers.org/beowulf-2017

Travel on foot through lands real and imagined during this world premiere performance inspired by the ancient epic, BEOWULF. Presented by acclaimed site-specific theater company We Players, in collaboration with Rova saxophone quartet and inkBoat Physical Theatre and Dance, and produced in partnership with Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture and San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park.

In keeping with We Players’ signature performance events, this production of Beowulf will move throughout an historic landscape as the story unfolds. This sweeping site-integrated production will commence at the historic Maritime Museum and Aquatic Park. Audiences will travel along the northern waterfront encountering warriors, a great queen, and a council of sages, and engage in ancient ceremony. Together the tribe will seek shelter and safety at the ancestral mead hall. In the hall, audiences and actors will break bread together as the experience unfolds. Danger lurks in the shadows without and within, an unknown terror is always just out of view.

BEOWULF explore darkness and light, power and conquest, monsters, gods and humans, through startling imagery, rich soundscape and intense physicality.

MORE INFORMATION:
For questions about the production and performance, please contact We Players at info@weplayers.org.

For questions about new or existing reservations, please contact the box office at Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture at 415-345-7575.
Sunday, March 12, 2017
6:15 PM
BEOWULF:
We Player, Rova: Arts, and inkBoat present an exploration of darkness and light, power and conquest, performed through startling imagery, rich soundscape, and intense physicality.
SF Maritime Museum
(Aquatic Park)
900 Beach St, San Francisco, CA 94109
415-345-7575
http://www.weplayers.org/beowulf-2017
Description:
Directed by Ava Roy and Shinichi Iova-Koga
Created and performed by We Players, Rova Saxophone Quartet, and inkBoat Physical Theatre and Dance

The journey begins at sunset
Thursday - Sunday, March 11 - April 16, 2017
San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park

Visit the We Players website for more information and the complete performance schedule: http://www.weplayers.org/beowulf-2017

Travel on foot through lands real and imagined during this world premiere performance inspired by the ancient epic, BEOWULF. Presented by acclaimed site-specific theater company We Players, in collaboration with Rova saxophone quartet and inkBoat Physical Theatre and Dance, and produced in partnership with Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture and San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park.

In keeping with We Players’ signature performance events, this production of Beowulf will move throughout an historic landscape as the story unfolds. This sweeping site-integrated production will commence at the historic Maritime Museum and Aquatic Park. Audiences will travel along the northern waterfront encountering warriors, a great queen, and a council of sages, and engage in ancient ceremony. Together the tribe will seek shelter and safety at the ancestral mead hall. In the hall, audiences and actors will break bread together as the experience unfolds. Danger lurks in the shadows without and within, an unknown terror is always just out of view.

BEOWULF explore darkness and light, power and conquest, monsters, gods and humans, through startling imagery, rich soundscape and intense physicality.

MORE INFORMATION:
For questions about the production and performance, please contact We Players at info@weplayers.org.

For questions about new or existing reservations, please contact the box office at Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture at 415-345-7575.
Tuesday, March 14, 2017
8:00 PM
Rova:Arts presents: Satoko Fujii and the collective"Hakidame ni Tsuru"" (...translates into English as “crane in the wasteland”...).
plus Larry Ochs TBD
C4NM
55 Taylor Street
San Francisco
Description:
TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 2017: 8 PM
HAKIDAME NI TSURU: SATOKO FUJII AND LARRY OCHS
Tickets: $15 General, $10 Members
Buy Tickets Online
Tickets also available at the door


Larry Ochs’ TBD opens with very special guests Tania Chen (piano, prepared piano) and Darren Johnston (trumpet and prepared trumpet). A first time meeting of three Bay Area stalwarts.

The program finishes with Satoko Fujii, the great Japanese pianist’s return to the Bay Area with “Hakidame ni Tsuru” (…translates into English as “crane in the wasteland”…) Through improvised music and movement, the group traverses cultures and continents, stretching its wings beyond boundaries and across borders.

When lauded pianist/composer Satoko Fujii first met Mizuki in 2008, Fujii’s curiosity and creative instincts inspired her to bring together this very special band of experimental improvisers, including Kappa Maki, guitarist Yasuhiro Usui, and percussionist Takaaki Masuko. First assembled to tour Japan in March 2012, these internationally renowned performers, based in Germany, Japan and the U.S. continue to perform in clubs, theaters, galleries, and improvised performance venues around the world. Most recently, Hakidame ni Tsuru continued to bring their ‘body music’ to life during their third Japanese tour in April 2016.

ABOUT THE PERFORMERS
Heralded as one of modern jazz’s “leading composers and musical thinkers” (Middleton, London Jazz), pianist/composer Satoko Fujii left Tokyo to study in Boston, graduating from both Berklee College of Music and the New England Conservatory. Renowned for fusing “formidable chops” and “relentless” musical energy (Chamberlin, DownBeat), Fujii performs incessantly as a soloist, with the big bands she leads in Tokyo, New York, Berlin, Kobe, and Nagoya, and in a variety of combos, including Kaze, Gato Libre, and Junk Box, among others. She has also recorded over seventy albums, and celebrates the 20th anniversary of her independent label, Libra, in 2016. www.satokofujii.com

Based in Nagoya, guitarist Yasuhiro Usui’s unique improvisational style mixes jazz, noise, and minimal effects. In addition to running an independent label, Bakamo Records, Usui performs and tours throughout the world with a variety of artists, including Elliott Sharp, Ned Rothenberg, William Parker, Fill Minton, Peter Brotzmann, the Shibusa Shirazu Orchestra, and the Satoko Fujii Orchestra. www.usui-yasuhiro.com
Mizuki’s unique percussive dance vocabulary comes of her flamenco training and eclectic musical appetites. In addition to performing with her flamenco-crossover project, Double Kick, Mizuki regularly collaborates with jazz, rock, and experimental/free improv musicians from across Europe, Asia, and North America.
Saturday, March 18, 2017
6:20 PM
BEOWULF:
We Player, Rova: Arts, and inkBoat present an exploration of darkness and light, power and conquest, performed through startling imagery, rich soundscape, and intense physicality.
SF Maritime Museum
(Aquatic Park)
900 Beach St, San Francisco, CA 94109
415-345-7575
http://www.weplayers.org/beowulf-2017
Description:
Directed by Ava Roy and Shinichi Iova-Koga
Created and performed by We Players, Rova Saxophone Quartet, and inkBoat Physical Theatre and Dance

The journey begins at sunset
Thursday - Sunday, March 11 - April 16, 2017
San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park

Visit the We Players website for more information and the complete performance schedule: http://www.weplayers.org/beowulf-2017

Travel on foot through lands real and imagined during this world premiere performance inspired by the ancient epic, BEOWULF. Presented by acclaimed site-specific theater company We Players, in collaboration with Rova saxophone quartet and inkBoat Physical Theatre and Dance, and produced in partnership with Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture and San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park.

In keeping with We Players’ signature performance events, this production of Beowulf will move throughout an historic landscape as the story unfolds. This sweeping site-integrated production will commence at the historic Maritime Museum and Aquatic Park. Audiences will travel along the northern waterfront encountering warriors, a great queen, and a council of sages, and engage in ancient ceremony. Together the tribe will seek shelter and safety at the ancestral mead hall. In the hall, audiences and actors will break bread together as the experience unfolds. Danger lurks in the shadows without and within, an unknown terror is always just out of view.

BEOWULF explore darkness and light, power and conquest, monsters, gods and humans, through startling imagery, rich soundscape and intense physicality.

MORE INFORMATION:
For questions about the production and performance, please contact We Players at info@weplayers.org.

For questions about new or existing reservations, please contact the box office at Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture at 415-345-7575.
Sunday, March 19, 2017
6:20 PM
BEOWULF:
We Player, Rova: Arts, and inkBoat present an exploration of darkness and light, power and conquest, performed through startling imagery, rich soundscape, and intense physicality.
SF Maritime Museum
(Aquatic Park)
900 Beach St, San Francisco, CA 94109
415-345-7575
http://www.weplayers.org/beowulf-2017
Description:
Directed by Ava Roy and Shinichi Iova-Koga
Created and performed by We Players, Rova Saxophone Quartet, and inkBoat Physical Theatre and Dance

The journey begins at sunset
Thursday - Sunday, March 11 - April 16, 2017
San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park

Visit the We Players website for more information and the complete performance schedule: http://www.weplayers.org/beowulf-2017

Travel on foot through lands real and imagined during this world premiere performance inspired by the ancient epic, BEOWULF. Presented by acclaimed site-specific theater company We Players, in collaboration with Rova saxophone quartet and inkBoat Physical Theatre and Dance, and produced in partnership with Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture and San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park.

In keeping with We Players’ signature performance events, this production of Beowulf will move throughout an historic landscape as the story unfolds. This sweeping site-integrated production will commence at the historic Maritime Museum and Aquatic Park. Audiences will travel along the northern waterfront encountering warriors, a great queen, and a council of sages, and engage in ancient ceremony. Together the tribe will seek shelter and safety at the ancestral mead hall. In the hall, audiences and actors will break bread together as the experience unfolds. Danger lurks in the shadows without and within, an unknown terror is always just out of view.

BEOWULF explore darkness and light, power and conquest, monsters, gods and humans, through startling imagery, rich soundscape and intense physicality.

MORE INFORMATION:
For questions about the production and performance, please contact We Players at info@weplayers.org.

For questions about new or existing reservations, please contact the box office at Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture at 415-345-7575.
Thursday, March 23, 2017
6:30 PM
BEOWULF:
We Player, Rova: Arts, and inkBoat present an exploration of darkness and light, power and conquest, performed through startling imagery, rich soundscape, and intense physicality.
SF Maritime Museum
(Aquatic Park)
900 Beach St, San Francisco, CA 94109
415-345-7575
http://www.weplayers.org/beowulf-2017
Description:
Directed by Ava Roy and Shinichi Iova-Koga
Created and performed by We Players, Rova Saxophone Quartet, and inkBoat Physical Theatre and Dance

The journey begins at sunset
Thursday - Sunday, March 11 - April 16, 2017
San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park

Visit the We Players website for more information and the complete performance schedule: http://www.weplayers.org/beowulf-2017

Travel on foot through lands real and imagined during this world premiere performance inspired by the ancient epic, BEOWULF. Presented by acclaimed site-specific theater company We Players, in collaboration with Rova saxophone quartet and inkBoat Physical Theatre and Dance, and produced in partnership with Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture and San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park.

In keeping with We Players’ signature performance events, this production of Beowulf will move throughout an historic landscape as the story unfolds. This sweeping site-integrated production will commence at the historic Maritime Museum and Aquatic Park. Audiences will travel along the northern waterfront encountering warriors, a great queen, and a council of sages, and engage in ancient ceremony. Together the tribe will seek shelter and safety at the ancestral mead hall. In the hall, audiences and actors will break bread together as the experience unfolds. Danger lurks in the shadows without and within, an unknown terror is always just out of view.

BEOWULF explore darkness and light, power and conquest, monsters, gods and humans, through startling imagery, rich soundscape and intense physicality.

MORE INFORMATION:
For questions about the production and performance, please contact We Players at info@weplayers.org.

For questions about new or existing reservations, please contact the box office at Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture at 415-345-7575.
Friday, March 24, 2017
6:30 PM
BEOWULF:
We Player, Rova: Arts, and inkBoat present an exploration of darkness and light, power and conquest, performed through startling imagery, rich soundscape, and intense physicality.
SF Maritime Museum
(Aquatic Park)
900 Beach St, San Francisco, CA 94109
415-345-7575
http://www.weplayers.org/beowulf-2017
Description:
Directed by Ava Roy and Shinichi Iova-Koga
Created and performed by We Players, Rova Saxophone Quartet, and inkBoat Physical Theatre and Dance

The journey begins at sunset
Thursday - Sunday, March 11 - April 16, 2017
San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park

Visit the We Players website for more information and the complete performance schedule: http://www.weplayers.org/beowulf-2017

Travel on foot through lands real and imagined during this world premiere performance inspired by the ancient epic, BEOWULF. Presented by acclaimed site-specific theater company We Players, in collaboration with Rova saxophone quartet and inkBoat Physical Theatre and Dance, and produced in partnership with Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture and San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park.

In keeping with We Players’ signature performance events, this production of Beowulf will move throughout an historic landscape as the story unfolds. This sweeping site-integrated production will commence at the historic Maritime Museum and Aquatic Park. Audiences will travel along the northern waterfront encountering warriors, a great queen, and a council of sages, and engage in ancient ceremony. Together the tribe will seek shelter and safety at the ancestral mead hall. In the hall, audiences and actors will break bread together as the experience unfolds. Danger lurks in the shadows without and within, an unknown terror is always just out of view.

BEOWULF explore darkness and light, power and conquest, monsters, gods and humans, through startling imagery, rich soundscape and intense physicality.

MORE INFORMATION:
For questions about the production and performance, please contact We Players at info@weplayers.org.

For questions about new or existing reservations, please contact the box office at Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture at 415-345-7575.
Saturday, March 25, 2017
6:30 PM
BEOWULF:
We Player, Rova: Arts, and inkBoat present an exploration of darkness and light, power and conquest, performed through startling imagery, rich soundscape, and intense physicality.
SF Maritime Museum
(Aquatic Park)
900 Beach St, San Francisco, CA 94109
415-345-7575
http://www.weplayers.org/beowulf-2017
Description:
Directed by Ava Roy and Shinichi Iova-Koga
Created and performed by We Players, Rova Saxophone Quartet, and inkBoat Physical Theatre and Dance

The journey begins at sunset
Thursday - Sunday, March 11 - April 16, 2017
San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park

Visit the We Players website for more information and the complete performance schedule: http://www.weplayers.org/beowulf-2017

Travel on foot through lands real and imagined during this world premiere performance inspired by the ancient epic, BEOWULF. Presented by acclaimed site-specific theater company We Players, in collaboration with Rova saxophone quartet and inkBoat Physical Theatre and Dance, and produced in partnership with Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture and San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park.

In keeping with We Players’ signature performance events, this production of Beowulf will move throughout an historic landscape as the story unfolds. This sweeping site-integrated production will commence at the historic Maritime Museum and Aquatic Park. Audiences will travel along the northern waterfront encountering warriors, a great queen, and a council of sages, and engage in ancient ceremony. Together the tribe will seek shelter and safety at the ancestral mead hall. In the hall, audiences and actors will break bread together as the experience unfolds. Danger lurks in the shadows without and within, an unknown terror is always just out of view.

BEOWULF explore darkness and light, power and conquest, monsters, gods and humans, through startling imagery, rich soundscape and intense physicality.

MORE INFORMATION:
For questions about the production and performance, please contact We Players at info@weplayers.org.

For questions about new or existing reservations, please contact the box office at Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture at 415-345-7575.
Sunday, March 26, 2017
6:30 PM
BEOWULF:
We Player, Rova: Arts, and inkBoat present an exploration of darkness and light, power and conquest, performed through startling imagery, rich soundscape, and intense physicality.
SF Maritime Museum
(Aquatic Park)
900 Beach St, San Francisco, CA 94109
415-345-7575
http://www.weplayers.org/beowulf-2017
Description:
Directed by Ava Roy and Shinichi Iova-Koga
Created and performed by We Players, Rova Saxophone Quartet, and inkBoat Physical Theatre and Dance

The journey begins at sunset
Thursday - Sunday, March 11 - April 16, 2017
San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park

Visit the We Players website for more information and the complete performance schedule: http://www.weplayers.org/beowulf-2017

Travel on foot through lands real and imagined during this world premiere performance inspired by the ancient epic, BEOWULF. Presented by acclaimed site-specific theater company We Players, in collaboration with Rova saxophone quartet and inkBoat Physical Theatre and Dance, and produced in partnership with Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture and San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park.

In keeping with We Players’ signature performance events, this production of Beowulf will move throughout an historic landscape as the story unfolds. This sweeping site-integrated production will commence at the historic Maritime Museum and Aquatic Park. Audiences will travel along the northern waterfront encountering warriors, a great queen, and a council of sages, and engage in ancient ceremony. Together the tribe will seek shelter and safety at the ancestral mead hall. In the hall, audiences and actors will break bread together as the experience unfolds. Danger lurks in the shadows without and within, an unknown terror is always just out of view.

BEOWULF explore darkness and light, power and conquest, monsters, gods and humans, through startling imagery, rich soundscape and intense physicality.

MORE INFORMATION:
For questions about the production and performance, please contact We Players at info@weplayers.org.

For questions about new or existing reservations, please contact the box office at Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture at 415-345-7575.
Thursday, March 30, 2017
6:30 PM
BEOWULF:
We Player, Rova: Arts, and inkBoat present an exploration of darkness and light, power and conquest, performed through startling imagery, rich soundscape, and intense physicality.
SF Maritime Museum
(Aquatic Park)
900 Beach St, San Francisco, CA 94109
415-345-7575
http://www.weplayers.org/beowulf-2017
Description:
Directed by Ava Roy and Shinichi Iova-Koga
Created and performed by We Players, Rova Saxophone Quartet, and inkBoat Physical Theatre and Dance

The journey begins at sunset
Thursday - Sunday, March 11 - April 16, 2017
San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park

Visit the We Players website for more information and the complete performance schedule: http://www.weplayers.org/beowulf-2017

Travel on foot through lands real and imagined during this world premiere performance inspired by the ancient epic, BEOWULF. Presented by acclaimed site-specific theater company We Players, in collaboration with Rova saxophone quartet and inkBoat Physical Theatre and Dance, and produced in partnership with Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture and San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park.

In keeping with We Players’ signature performance events, this production of Beowulf will move throughout an historic landscape as the story unfolds. This sweeping site-integrated production will commence at the historic Maritime Museum and Aquatic Park. Audiences will travel along the northern waterfront encountering warriors, a great queen, and a council of sages, and engage in ancient ceremony. Together the tribe will seek shelter and safety at the ancestral mead hall. In the hall, audiences and actors will break bread together as the experience unfolds. Danger lurks in the shadows without and within, an unknown terror is always just out of view.

BEOWULF explore darkness and light, power and conquest, monsters, gods and humans, through startling imagery, rich soundscape and intense physicality.

MORE INFORMATION:
For questions about the production and performance, please contact We Players at info@weplayers.org.

For questions about new or existing reservations, please contact the box office at Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture at 415-345-7575.
Friday, March 31, 2017
6:30 PM
BEOWULF:
We Player, Rova: Arts, and inkBoat present an exploration of darkness and light, power and conquest, performed through startling imagery, rich soundscape, and intense physicality.
SF Maritime Museum
(Aquatic Park)
900 Beach St, San Francisco, CA 94109
415-345-7575
http://www.weplayers.org/beowulf-2017
Description:
Directed by Ava Roy and Shinichi Iova-Koga
Created and performed by We Players, Rova Saxophone Quartet, and inkBoat Physical Theatre and Dance

The journey begins at sunset
Thursday - Sunday, March 11 - April 16, 2017
San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park

Visit the We Players website for more information and the complete performance schedule: http://www.weplayers.org/beowulf-2017

Travel on foot through lands real and imagined during this world premiere performance inspired by the ancient epic, BEOWULF. Presented by acclaimed site-specific theater company We Players, in collaboration with Rova saxophone quartet and inkBoat Physical Theatre and Dance, and produced in partnership with Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture and San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park.

In keeping with We Players’ signature performance events, this production of Beowulf will move throughout an historic landscape as the story unfolds. This sweeping site-integrated production will commence at the historic Maritime Museum and Aquatic Park. Audiences will travel along the northern waterfront encountering warriors, a great queen, and a council of sages, and engage in ancient ceremony. Together the tribe will seek shelter and safety at the ancestral mead hall. In the hall, audiences and actors will break bread together as the experience unfolds. Danger lurks in the shadows without and within, an unknown terror is always just out of view.

BEOWULF explore darkness and light, power and conquest, monsters, gods and humans, through startling imagery, rich soundscape and intense physicality.

MORE INFORMATION:
For questions about the production and performance, please contact We Players at info@weplayers.org.

For questions about new or existing reservations, please contact the box office at Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture at 415-345-7575.
Saturday, April 01, 2017
6:30 PM
BEOWULF:
We Player, Rova: Arts, and inkBoat present an exploration of darkness and light, power and conquest, performed through startling imagery, rich soundscape, and intense physicality.
SF Maritime Museum
(Aquatic Park)
900 Beach St, San Francisco, CA 94109
415-345-7575
http://www.weplayers.org/beowulf-2017
Description:
Directed by Ava Roy and Shinichi Iova-Koga
Created and performed by We Players, Rova Saxophone Quartet, and inkBoat Physical Theatre and Dance

The journey begins at sunset
Thursday - Sunday, March 11 - April 16, 2017
San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park

Visit the We Players website for more information and the complete performance schedule: http://www.weplayers.org/beowulf-2017

Travel on foot through lands real and imagined during this world premiere performance inspired by the ancient epic, BEOWULF. Presented by acclaimed site-specific theater company We Players, in collaboration with Rova saxophone quartet and inkBoat Physical Theatre and Dance, and produced in partnership with Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture and San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park.

In keeping with We Players’ signature performance events, this production of Beowulf will move throughout an historic landscape as the story unfolds. This sweeping site-integrated production will commence at the historic Maritime Museum and Aquatic Park. Audiences will travel along the northern waterfront encountering warriors, a great queen, and a council of sages, and engage in ancient ceremony. Together the tribe will seek shelter and safety at the ancestral mead hall. In the hall, audiences and actors will break bread together as the experience unfolds. Danger lurks in the shadows without and within, an unknown terror is always just out of view.

BEOWULF explore darkness and light, power and conquest, monsters, gods and humans, through startling imagery, rich soundscape and intense physicality.

MORE INFORMATION:
For questions about the production and performance, please contact We Players at info@weplayers.org.

For questions about new or existing reservations, please contact the box office at Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture at 415-345-7575.
Sunday, April 02, 2017
6:30 PM
BEOWULF:
We Player, Rova: Arts, and inkBoat present an exploration of darkness and light, power and conquest, performed through startling imagery, rich soundscape, and intense physicality.
SF Maritime Museum
(Aquatic Park)
900 Beach St, San Francisco, CA 94109
415-345-7575
http://www.weplayers.org/beowulf-2017
Description:
Directed by Ava Roy and Shinichi Iova-Koga
Created and performed by We Players, Rova Saxophone Quartet, and inkBoat Physical Theatre and Dance

The journey begins at sunset
Thursday - Sunday, March 11 - April 16, 2017
San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park

Visit the We Players website for more information and the complete performance schedule: http://www.weplayers.org/beowulf-2017

Travel on foot through lands real and imagined during this world premiere performance inspired by the ancient epic, BEOWULF. Presented by acclaimed site-specific theater company We Players, in collaboration with Rova saxophone quartet and inkBoat Physical Theatre and Dance, and produced in partnership with Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture and San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park.

In keeping with We Players’ signature performance events, this production of Beowulf will move throughout an historic landscape as the story unfolds. This sweeping site-integrated production will commence at the historic Maritime Museum and Aquatic Park. Audiences will travel along the northern waterfront encountering warriors, a great queen, and a council of sages, and engage in ancient ceremony. Together the tribe will seek shelter and safety at the ancestral mead hall. In the hall, audiences and actors will break bread together as the experience unfolds. Danger lurks in the shadows without and within, an unknown terror is always just out of view.

BEOWULF explore darkness and light, power and conquest, monsters, gods and humans, through startling imagery, rich soundscape and intense physicality.

MORE INFORMATION:
For questions about the production and performance, please contact We Players at info@weplayers.org.

For questions about new or existing reservations, please contact the box office at Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture at 415-345-7575.
Thursday, April 06, 2017
6:40 PM
BEOWULF:
We Player, Rova: Arts, and inkBoat present an exploration of darkness and light, power and conquest, performed through startling imagery, rich soundscape, and intense physicality.
SF Maritime Museum
(Aquatic Park)
900 Beach St, San Francisco, CA 94109
415-345-7575
http://www.weplayers.org/beowulf-2017
Description:
Directed by Ava Roy and Shinichi Iova-Koga
Created and performed by We Players, Rova Saxophone Quartet, and inkBoat Physical Theatre and Dance

The journey begins at sunset
Thursday - Sunday, March 11 - April 16, 2017
San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park

Visit the We Players website for more information and the complete performance schedule: http://www.weplayers.org/beowulf-2017

Travel on foot through lands real and imagined during this world premiere performance inspired by the ancient epic, BEOWULF. Presented by acclaimed site-specific theater company We Players, in collaboration with Rova saxophone quartet and inkBoat Physical Theatre and Dance, and produced in partnership with Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture and San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park.

In keeping with We Players’ signature performance events, this production of Beowulf will move throughout an historic landscape as the story unfolds. This sweeping site-integrated production will commence at the historic Maritime Museum and Aquatic Park. Audiences will travel along the northern waterfront encountering warriors, a great queen, and a council of sages, and engage in ancient ceremony. Together the tribe will seek shelter and safety at the ancestral mead hall. In the hall, audiences and actors will break bread together as the experience unfolds. Danger lurks in the shadows without and within, an unknown terror is always just out of view.

BEOWULF explore darkness and light, power and conquest, monsters, gods and humans, through startling imagery, rich soundscape and intense physicality.

MORE INFORMATION:
For questions about the production and performance, please contact We Players at info@weplayers.org.

For questions about new or existing reservations, please contact the box office at Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture at 415-345-7575.
Friday, April 07, 2017
6:40 PM
BEOWULF:
We Player, Rova: Arts, and inkBoat present an exploration of darkness and light, power and conquest, performed through startling imagery, rich soundscape, and intense physicality.
SF Maritime Museum
(Aquatic Park)
900 Beach St, San Francisco, CA 94109
415-345-7575
http://www.weplayers.org/beowulf-2017
Description:
Directed by Ava Roy and Shinichi Iova-Koga
Created and performed by We Players, Rova Saxophone Quartet, and inkBoat Physical Theatre and Dance

The journey begins at sunset
Thursday - Sunday, March 11 - April 16, 2017
San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park

Visit the We Players website for more information and the complete performance schedule: http://www.weplayers.org/beowulf-2017

Travel on foot through lands real and imagined during this world premiere performance inspired by the ancient epic, BEOWULF. Presented by acclaimed site-specific theater company We Players, in collaboration with Rova saxophone quartet and inkBoat Physical Theatre and Dance, and produced in partnership with Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture and San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park.

In keeping with We Players’ signature performance events, this production of Beowulf will move throughout an historic landscape as the story unfolds. This sweeping site-integrated production will commence at the historic Maritime Museum and Aquatic Park. Audiences will travel along the northern waterfront encountering warriors, a great queen, and a council of sages, and engage in ancient ceremony. Together the tribe will seek shelter and safety at the ancestral mead hall. In the hall, audiences and actors will break bread together as the experience unfolds. Danger lurks in the shadows without and within, an unknown terror is always just out of view.

BEOWULF explore darkness and light, power and conquest, monsters, gods and humans, through startling imagery, rich soundscape and intense physicality.

MORE INFORMATION:
For questions about the production and performance, please contact We Players at info@weplayers.org.

For questions about new or existing reservations, please contact the box office at Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture at 415-345-7575.
Saturday, April 08, 2017
6:40 PM
BEOWULF:
We Player, Rova: Arts, and inkBoat present an exploration of darkness and light, power and conquest, performed through startling imagery, rich soundscape, and intense physicality.
SF Maritime Museum
(Aquatic Park)
900 Beach St, San Francisco, CA 94109
415-345-7575
http://www.weplayers.org/beowulf-2017
Description:
Directed by Ava Roy and Shinichi Iova-Koga
Created and performed by We Players, Rova Saxophone Quartet, and inkBoat Physical Theatre and Dance

The journey begins at sunset
Thursday - Sunday, March 11 - April 16, 2017
San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park

Visit the We Players website for more information and the complete performance schedule: http://www.weplayers.org/beowulf-2017

Travel on foot through lands real and imagined during this world premiere performance inspired by the ancient epic, BEOWULF. Presented by acclaimed site-specific theater company We Players, in collaboration with Rova saxophone quartet and inkBoat Physical Theatre and Dance, and produced in partnership with Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture and San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park.

In keeping with We Players’ signature performance events, this production of Beowulf will move throughout an historic landscape as the story unfolds. This sweeping site-integrated production will commence at the historic Maritime Museum and Aquatic Park. Audiences will travel along the northern waterfront encountering warriors, a great queen, and a council of sages, and engage in ancient ceremony. Together the tribe will seek shelter and safety at the ancestral mead hall. In the hall, audiences and actors will break bread together as the experience unfolds. Danger lurks in the shadows without and within, an unknown terror is always just out of view.

BEOWULF explore darkness and light, power and conquest, monsters, gods and humans, through startling imagery, rich soundscape and intense physicality.

MORE INFORMATION:
For questions about the production and performance, please contact We Players at info@weplayers.org.

For questions about new or existing reservations, please contact the box office at Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture at 415-345-7575.
Sunday, April 09, 2017
6:40 PM
BEOWULF:
We Player, Rova: Arts, and inkBoat present an exploration of darkness and light, power and conquest, performed through startling imagery, rich soundscape, and intense physicality.
SF Maritime Museum
(Aquatic Park)
900 Beach St, San Francisco, CA 94109
415-345-7575
http://www.weplayers.org/beowulf-2017
Description:
Directed by Ava Roy and Shinichi Iova-Koga
Created and performed by We Players, Rova Saxophone Quartet, and inkBoat Physical Theatre and Dance

The journey begins at sunset
Thursday - Sunday, March 11 - April 16, 2017
San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park

Visit the We Players website for more information and the complete performance schedule: http://www.weplayers.org/beowulf-2017

Travel on foot through lands real and imagined during this world premiere performance inspired by the ancient epic, BEOWULF. Presented by acclaimed site-specific theater company We Players, in collaboration with Rova saxophone quartet and inkBoat Physical Theatre and Dance, and produced in partnership with Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture and San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park.

In keeping with We Players’ signature performance events, this production of Beowulf will move throughout an historic landscape as the story unfolds. This sweeping site-integrated production will commence at the historic Maritime Museum and Aquatic Park. Audiences will travel along the northern waterfront encountering warriors, a great queen, and a council of sages, and engage in ancient ceremony. Together the tribe will seek shelter and safety at the ancestral mead hall. In the hall, audiences and actors will break bread together as the experience unfolds. Danger lurks in the shadows without and within, an unknown terror is always just out of view.

BEOWULF explore darkness and light, power and conquest, monsters, gods and humans, through startling imagery, rich soundscape and intense physicality.

MORE INFORMATION:
For questions about the production and performance, please contact We Players at info@weplayers.org.

For questions about new or existing reservations, please contact the box office at Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture at 415-345-7575.
Saturday, April 15, 2017
6:45 PM
BEOWULF:
We Player, Rova: Arts, and inkBoat present an exploration of darkness and light, power and conquest, performed through startling imagery, rich soundscape, and intense physicality.
SF Maritime Museum
(Aquatic Park)
900 Beach St, San Francisco, CA 94109
415-345-7575
http://www.weplayers.org/beowulf-2017
Description:
Directed by Ava Roy and Shinichi Iova-Koga
Created and performed by We Players, Rova Saxophone Quartet, and inkBoat Physical Theatre and Dance

The journey begins at sunset
Thursday - Sunday, March 11 - April 16, 2017
San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park

Visit the We Players website for more information and the complete performance schedule: http://www.weplayers.org/beowulf-2017

Travel on foot through lands real and imagined during this world premiere performance inspired by the ancient epic, BEOWULF. Presented by acclaimed site-specific theater company We Players, in collaboration with Rova saxophone quartet and inkBoat Physical Theatre and Dance, and produced in partnership with Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture and San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park.

In keeping with We Players’ signature performance events, this production of Beowulf will move throughout an historic landscape as the story unfolds. This sweeping site-integrated production will commence at the historic Maritime Museum and Aquatic Park. Audiences will travel along the northern waterfront encountering warriors, a great queen, and a council of sages, and engage in ancient ceremony. Together the tribe will seek shelter and safety at the ancestral mead hall. In the hall, audiences and actors will break bread together as the experience unfolds. Danger lurks in the shadows without and within, an unknown terror is always just out of view.

BEOWULF explore darkness and light, power and conquest, monsters, gods and humans, through startling imagery, rich soundscape and intense physicality.

MORE INFORMATION:
For questions about the production and performance, please contact We Players at info@weplayers.org.

For questions about new or existing reservations, please contact the box office at Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture at 415-345-7575.
Sunday, April 16, 2017
6:45 PM
BEOWULF:
We Player, Rova: Arts, and inkBoat present an exploration of darkness and light, power and conquest, performed through startling imagery, rich soundscape, and intense physicality.
SF Maritime Museum
(Aquatic Park)
900 Beach St, San Francisco, CA 94109
415-345-7575
http://www.weplayers.org/beowulf-2017
Description:
Directed by Ava Roy and Shinichi Iova-Koga
Created and performed by We Players, Rova Saxophone Quartet, and inkBoat Physical Theatre and Dance

The journey begins at sunset
Thursday - Sunday, March 11 - April 16, 2017
San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park

Visit the We Players website for more information and the complete performance schedule: http://www.weplayers.org/beowulf-2017

Travel on foot through lands real and imagined during this world premiere performance inspired by the ancient epic, BEOWULF. Presented by acclaimed site-specific theater company We Players, in collaboration with Rova saxophone quartet and inkBoat Physical Theatre and Dance, and produced in partnership with Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture and San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park.

In keeping with We Players’ signature performance events, this production of Beowulf will move throughout an historic landscape as the story unfolds. This sweeping site-integrated production will commence at the historic Maritime Museum and Aquatic Park. Audiences will travel along the northern waterfront encountering warriors, a great queen, and a council of sages, and engage in ancient ceremony. Together the tribe will seek shelter and safety at the ancestral mead hall. In the hall, audiences and actors will break bread together as the experience unfolds. Danger lurks in the shadows without and within, an unknown terror is always just out of view.

BEOWULF explore darkness and light, power and conquest, monsters, gods and humans, through startling imagery, rich soundscape and intense physicality.

MORE INFORMATION:
For questions about the production and performance, please contact We Players at info@weplayers.org.

For questions about new or existing reservations, please contact the box office at Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture at 415-345-7575.
Wednesday, April 19, 2017
8:00 PM
Rova First QUARTET concert of 2017 @ C4NM
Center for new Music
55 Taylor Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
Description:
New and old works prepared for European tour at end of April
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
7:00 PM
ROVA: EUROPEAN TOUR - Spring 2017: VIENNA
Gastwirtschaft Martinschlossl
Vienna, Austria
www.jazzheinz.com
Description:
Rova will be joined by guitarist Burkhard Stangl & electronics improviser Christof Kurzmann in a re-imagining of Steve Lacy's iconic, SAXOPHONE SPECIAL.
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
8:30 PM
ROVA: EUROPEAN TOUR - Spring 2017: MARIBOR, SLOVENIA
Venue and time
Klub Wetrinsky
Vetrinjski dvor, za IZVEN
Maribor

8:30 PM
Description:
Rova performs its "Sound in Space Project"
Thursday, April 27, 2017
8:00 PM
ROVA: EUROPEAN TOUR - Spring 2017: VILLACH, AUSTRIA
www.kulturforum@inode.at
Concert time TBD
Description:
Sunday, April 30, 2017
8:00 PM
ROVA: EUROPEAN TOUR - Spring 2017: ULRICHSBERG, AUSTRIA
Ulrichsberg Kaleidophon 2017
Ulrichsberg, Austria
http://www.jazzatelier.at/index_e.htm
Description:
Rova will be joined by guitarist Burkhard Stangl & electronics improviser Christof Kurzmann in a re-imagining of Steve Lacy's iconic, SAXOPHONE SPECIAL.
Friday, May 26, 2017
6:00 PM
San Francisco Friends of Chamber Music presents: The Presidio Sessions
Rova Saxophone Quartet
Presidio Officers' Club
50 Moraga Ave, San Francisco
Parking in front of building . free after 6 pm
Description:
PRESIDIO SESSIONS


The Officers’ Club puts the “life” back into live music with free evening performances that invite you to move and mingle. Performances range from jazz to classical music from around the world, and are curated by San Francisco Friends of Chamber Music in partnership with the Presidio Trust. In the intimate atmosphere of a house concert, listeners can savor, lounge and learn as they wish. Guests move comfortably between Arguello, the destination restaurant and bar, and the performances in Moraga Hall, with opportunities to converse with performers and each other.

Friday Night Concerts 6-7:30PM Free of charge
Seats reservation with Eventbrite

Presidio Officers' Club : 50 Moraga Ave, San Francisco
Parking in front of building . free after 6 pm
Tuesday, June 13, 2017
8:00 PM
Rova:Arts presents DAVE REMPIS SOLO plus tab
Center for New Music
55 Taylor
San Francisco
Description:
The ground-breaking saxophonist returns from Chicago to once again regale Bay Area listeners, this time with a solo saxophone program.

___________ opens.