OUT of Site: SOMA 

Come OUT into the streets with us for a performance-driven walking tour, placing audiences in the physical spaces of LGBTQ2+ ancestors. For centuries, the SOMA district has been a catalyst for radical change and a stronghold for queer and activist organizing. Come walk with us through the hidden histories of SOMA: from Native American Two-Spirit culture to the Folsom Street Fair, Lesbian auto-mechanics to labor activists and dock workers to drag queens. Rediscover the neighborhood once known as Happy Valley.

Directed, Conceived and Co-Written by Seth Eisen

Written by K.M. (Karl) Soehnlein 

Summer 2019 Tours created in collaboration with the cast: 

Kai Brothers, Maria David, Brian Freeman, Marga Gomez, Ryan Hayes, J. Miko Thomas/Landa Lakes

Assistant Director: Gabriel A. Ross; Production Manager: Jett Cazeaux; Stage Manager: April (Axé) Charmaine; Additional Dramaturgy: Marga Gomez; Costume Design: Jessica McKee

Join us for the

WORLD PREMIERE

SPRING 2020

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April 28th

OUT of Site

SoMa Salon

At Bar Agricole

Photos: Guy Albert, Adam Paulson & Seth Eisen


Art by DESIGNNURD

Art by DESIGNNURD

Photos: Robbie Sweeny

Photos: Robbie Sweeny

OUT of Site: SOMA is made possible through the generosity of these organizations and community partners: Leather & LGBTQ Cultural District, Wicked Grounds, Cat Club, Howard Langton Community Garden, Queer Cultural Center and

For press inquiries, please contact John Hill at johnhillpr@gmail.com For high-res photos click here.

OUT of Site began as a collaboration with Shaping San Francisco, a participatory community history project documenting and archiving overlooked stories and memories of San Francisco. Shaping San Francisco's public programming includes a FREE Public Talks Series, as well as bicycle and walking tours. A digital archive operating since 1998, Foundsf.org is an open source online historical resource for information on our City's past.

OUT of Site SOMA takes place on the traditional, unceded territory of the (Ramaytush Ohlone) people, known today as the (Muwekma Ohlone Tribe). We recognize their sovereignty, as there are no treaties on these lands, and we are dedicated to building a new relationship between our nations based on respect and consent.