San Francisco - A Celebration of Black Love through music, dance and poetry

Thu Feb 1
The Battery
08:00 PM
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The Punany Poets
Valentine's Season Kickoff in San Francisco
Ghetto Girl Blue returns to the Bay Area in this musical romantic comedy show featuring special guests Dwayne Wiggins of Tony Toni Tone! and American Idol finalist LaToya London to start Black History Month on a high note.
?We have no doubt you will enjoy this uplifting interactive theatrical twist on Augusto Boal's Theater of the Oppressed. Seasoned with comedy, poetry, music, dance and elements of #PDA, such as, love confessions & audience role play, you are sure to have a great time! Just bring your open mind and intellectually explore the possibilities of Black Love without judgment. Our Romantic Comedy Show is an interactive soft improv, only partially scripted, so it is always fresh and fun. You might get a head massage or assume the position for our instructors who guide us through fundamentals of sex and relaxation that is challenging to get into, amidst our daily grind and through rough times. Jessica Holter offers this theatrical gift to you in love and in full understanding of the unique issues that are of great concern for people of color, for women, and most assuredly, for Black Americans. Thus it is our unified mission to serve you like a well qualified call girl, stroking egos, and praising womanhood. Here we are not minstrels, we are ministers, and attitude adjusters, working on your heart chakra... pulling light and laughter out of you with our fishnets. So come on. This girlfriend experience is for both of you. The Punany Poets are about to run that Black Love down your spine and put you in a great mood, for a long time.
Find out more about our Sex Education Theater program for Adults created by Holter Intellectual Property, INC, a Georgia State nonprofit, at


  1. The Battery 717 Battery Street, San Francisco, CA