Dear Friends,

As summer draws to an end, the Mime Troupe continues to spread the good word, even as our instigator-in-chief enables white nationalists and scapegoats immigrants for the failures of unbridled capitalism.

You've got ten more chances to catch our current show, WALLS, which satirizes our inhumane immigration system, and has been derided by Breitbart News for being "a San Francisco musical about a criminal illegal alien lesbian with mental health issues who is in love with an immigration officer." Doesn't it sound like fun?

This Sunday, August 27, we'll be performing in Berkeley's Frances Willard Park, a mile and a half away from a planned white nationalist rally. We encourage you to come see WALLS that day as an uplifting alternative to the hatred and misinformation attempting to rear its head in our backyard. In these dark times, we must counter fear and foolishness with a fierce commitment to truth-telling and building alliances to overcome the forces of greed and their "alternative facts." We thank you for joining us in this fight.

In Solidarity,
The San Francisco Mime Troupe
Don't Miss the Final Performances of WALLS!


  • 24 - Mill Valley Community Center - Back Lawn, 180 Camino Alto, Mill Valley, 7pm
  • 26 & 27 - Willard Park, Hillegass Avenue & Derby Street, Berkeley, 2pm
  • 31 - Bayview Opera House, 4705 3rd & Oakdale Streets, SF, 7pm
  • 2 - Peacock Meadow, Golden Gate Park, 240 JFK Drive b/t McLaren Lodge and Conservatory, San Francisco, 2pm
  • 3 & 4 - Final Bay Area Performances! Dolores Park, 19th & Dolores, SF, 2pm
  • 7 - Multicultural Arts Center, 645 West Main Street, Merced, 7pm
  • 9 & 10 - San Lorenzo Park, Dakota Ave, Downtown Santa Cruz, 3pm
Check Out our Guest Speakers after the Following Shows!

Sat., August 26th - Francis Willard Park, Berkeley
  • Irene Bloemraad, Professor of Sociology and Chair of Canadian Studies at UC-Berkeley

  • Janice Slater, Mentor for the Sequoia High School Dream Club

Sun., September 3rd - Dolores Park, San Francisco
  • Kitzia Esteva-Martinez, Community Rights Co-Director at Causa Justa/Just Cause

SUBHUMAN - True Tales from Beneath the Sea

Ed Holmes will perform his one-man show SUBHUMAN - True Tales from Beneath the Sea at our home base! The show is about his days as a mechanic aboard a diesel submarine in the 60's and has been performed in VFW halls, bars, and small theaters from here to Maine. Come see Ed in his story-telling element!

Where: SF Mime Troupe Studio
When: Saturday, October 21 @ 8.00pm / Doors open at 7.30pm
Ticket info: FREE but must RSVP to
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