"Surviving San Francisco: The Sister-Logues" is a humor-filled, storytelling show about survival skills you need for San Francisco...the Promised Land of Tech Jobbing. Cold Brewing. Life Hacking. App Dating then Ghosting. Unsorted Garbage Shaming. Black People Exiting (Blaxiting). Porch Package Pirating. Sidewalk Feces Dodging. Golden Gate Bridge Jumping. And a Light Jacket All Summer Long.
Black residents Keli Dailey and Karen Taylor share their fact-based, comic brand of urban wilderness wisdom, mainly focused on life in the Tenderloin.
Dailey's previous reported-comedy work was a webseries for millennial women called "News Hangover," supported by First Look Media. She teaches journalism at Mills College and news satire at Saint Mary's College of California when she's not reporting or doing stand-up.
Taylor is a Tenderloin SRO housing organizer and block party deejay who made her stage debut with this Sister-logues show in July 2019 and made audiences laugh-cry!
"Surviving San Francisco: The Sister-logues" was developed with the support of the San Francisco Arts Commission and Media Alliance.
ADA wheelchair accessible; ASL gladly provided with advance notice.