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Z Space
Formerly Project Artaud Theatre 450 Florida St. San Francisco, CA 94110
866-811-4111
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181 reviews
208 stars
attended Nov 20 2013

While I loved the band, I thought the story and some of the performances were just eh. I'm sure this is a very personal story to its creator but I'd switch the focus to some of the details that were interesting but just casually mentioned...maybe...continued

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94 reviews
33 stars
attended Nov 19 2013

I thought Marcus Shelby's orchestra was very good--and I enjoyed most of the music (with the exception of the last couple of numbers). It was really fun to watch him conduct!

I've seem Margo Hall act many times, at Cal Shakes, SF Playhouse, The...continued

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29 reviews
9 stars
attended Nov 23 2013

The music and script were very entertaining. Great storyline. The night I attended, Margo Hall's mom was in the audience and she brought her onstage to sing as the 3rd Supreme, a very classy touch.

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http://zspace.org/new-work/BeBopBaby

About the Ticket Supplier: Z Space Studio

Founded in 1993 by David Dower, the Z Space Studio has become one of the nation's leading laboratories for the development of new voices, new works and new directions in American theater.

By creating a space where all types of artistic development can occur side by side, the Z Space has become what Berkeley Repertory Theatre's Artistic Director Tony Taccone describes as "a virtual bastion of creativity, a bubbling cauldron of new work, and a safe haven for unfettered creative expression."

Given the nature of development as a "behind the scenes" endeavor, the Studio's impact is often invisible to the general public. However, whether they know it or not, over 100,000 people across the country experience theater from artists that developed at the Studio through our three main programs (Word for Word Performing Arts Company, Z Plays Development, and Youth Arts).

The Z Space employs hundreds of artists each year in the process of developing new works -- creating work for a diverse audiences in fields as varied as solo performance, ensemble theater, puppetry, acrobatics, dance, and multimedia production.