(Courtesy foolsFURY.org)

Four years ago, members of San Francisco experimental theater company foolsFURY went on a three-day cruise to research a new play. The eclectic black comedy “Port Out, Starboard Home” is the result of what they found and imagined on that cruise, as created by playwright Sheila Callaghan. We talk with members of foolsFURY about the new play and the weird world of cruises, both real and imagined.

Guests:
Ben Yalom, artistic director of foolsFURY
Deborah Eliezer, actor and associate artistic director of foolsFURY
Angela Santillo, actor with foolsFURY Theater Company
Brian Livingston, actor with foolsFURY Theater Company
Benjamin Stuber, actor with foolsFURY Theater Company
Calder Schilling, actor with foolsFURY Theater Company
Jessica Unker, actor with foolsFURY Theater Company

  • Dave Hunkins

    ┬ácheck out David Foster Wallace’s essay, ‘A Supposedly Fun Thing I’ll Never Do Again’–from the book of essays of the same name.

  • The David Foster Wallace essay was an integral part of our creation process. Thank you for mentioning it!

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