The Strutter's Room works with companies, governements, nonprofits and other organizations to teach the art of Struttin' on a worldwide scale. Our partners contribute more than money. Their ideas, volunteer power, support and more helps us build the next generation of Strutters.
HIP HOP CONGRESS
Hip Hop Congress is a network of individuals and organizations
That are driving the necessary transformation of the world
By uplifting culture for the creative development of artists and young people
Through education, civic engagement, and equitable resource exchange.
The HHC Artist Program is a specific membership-based affiliation of musical artists, dance & movement artists, visual & graphic artists, and any creative individuals committed to using their talent(s) to share their knowledge and expertise in service to others.
HHC Artists are supported by Hip Hop Congress, Inc. through membership benefits that include booking workshops, trainings, performances and speaking engagements to audiences of all ages and backgrounds. HHC Artists are encouraged to collaborate with each other and share resources to help expand the perception of the “Artist” to that of “cultural worker.”
Handful Players provides free, inclusive year-round musical theater and performing arts programs for children at schools and community centers in San Francisco.
Our dedicated team of experienced artists and teachers guide kids, ages 8-18, through an exciting series of theater arts classes, including acting, singing, dance, puppetry, clowning, spoken word, and set painting.
The children collaborate with acclaimed theater playwrights to create original, culturally relevant plays, performed live on stage for their families and the community.
Handful Players mastered the funky footwork of the ‘70s in “The Frisco Kid”, the true story of Lonnie “Pop Tart” Green, a legendary dancer from the Fillmore District’s strutting scene.
A tribute to the Fillmore’s vibrant past, as performed by its future, “The Frisco Kid” is a testament to the value of looking back while moving forward. Written and directed by Bay Area hip-hop artist Rahman Jamaal and co-directed with Ben Baker, the production premiered on May 18, 2019 at the African-American Art & Culture Complex in San Francisco.
The talented students of Rosa Parks Elementary School recreated pivotal moments from Lonnie’s childhood, when he first embraced dance at age 11.
Hand-painted sets–created from the kids’ own impressions of the Fillmore– as well as archival images from back in the day provided an evocative backdrop.
The theater was packed with an enthusiastic audience of family, friends, and diverse community members, cheering on the students as they retold a piece of their history.
Handful Players also honored the memory of the late San Francisco Public Defender Jeff Adachi, a devoted supporter of the organization as well as causes important to youth and social justice.
Hornblower specializes in San Francisco Bay cruises, offering dinner cruises, brunch cruises, holiday cruises, corporate events, and private charters.
Our cruises feature exceptional Hornblower service, food and drinks prepared fresh onboard by our talented local chefs, lively onboard entertainment, and non-stop views of the sights of San Francisco Bay.
Casa Loma Hotel is a European style hotel situated in San Francisco’s trendy Western Addition neighborhood. Casa Loma is a short walk to Alamo Square, which offers visitors breathtaking views of San Francisco, and Postcard Row where the row of six beautifully restored Victorians nicknamed the Painted Ladies reside.
Casa Loma is within proximity to a wide variety of highly ranked restaurants trendy neighborhood bars, Jazz clubs, coffee shops, and boutiques, as well as Japan Town, Golden Gate Park, and the Castro district.
San Francisco delivers an extensive network of public transportation for guests of Casa Loma to easily visit sought after tourist destinations like Union Square, The Embarcadero, Lombard Street, The Marina, Fisherman’s Wharf, North Beach and Chinatown.