Southern Gothic Comedy The Sugar Bean Sisters
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The last date listed for The Sugar Bean Sisters was Sunday May 18, 2014 / 2:00pm.
Currently at Pacifica Spindrift Players Theatre
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Featured review from Ola Marra Cook
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First time at this theater. It is located in the woods up a rather steep incline in a residential area of Pacifica. You can see the ocean from the top parking lot. There are picnic tables. If you don't find parking in the top lot, you will have to walk up a long flight of steps from the lower lot. There is also a long flight up to the theater entrance, but I believe it is accessible if you go around the building to the back.
The venue is good, with high, stadium-like seating, but it was stifling in the top half. I understand that they are still renovating, so maybe better ventilation or air conditioning will be resolved.
As for the show, whether by direction or delivery, it just wasn't quite as humorous as anticipated.
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There was plenty of parking outside the theater when we arrived early to pick up our tickets at will call, but the wooden stairs up to the top did not look as hard to climb as the directions warned. Small community Theater with refreshments...continued
This show is recommended for ages 13 and up.
About the Ticket Supplier: Pacifica Spindrift Players
Pacifica Spindrift Players is a non-profit Community Theatre organization that is located at 1050 Crespi Drive in Pacifica, CA.
The company originated in 1958 in an old Baptist church building that was converted into a working theater by the many volunteers who had carpentry, lighting, and other skills.
Since then, PSP has been providing opportunities for people interested in bringing quality theater arts to the community of Pacifica and beyond."