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Shelton Theater
533 Sutter St. San Francisco, CA 94102
415-882-9100
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Eat sushi at Akiko's on Mason - best sushi around, get a sumo roll... Then the theatre is 1 minute away on foot!
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Dennis Roberts
Theater is tiny and you wonder how all those actors will fit on stage but they do. Set design is fabulous. I cannot recommend this show too highly.
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62 ratings
3.2 average rating
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liisa
103 events
7 reviews
129 stars
attended Feb 18 2012

I realize it was described as a farce, but it was still over the top. We were so disappointed that we left at the intermission.

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351 reviews
101 stars
attended Jan 28 2012

This play has some crazy characters that if acted well would have been much better. Not sure if it was the script, the acting and/or the directing but this was not up to par. It also does not need an intermission. Hopefully, they will cut the...continued

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142 reviews
8 stars
attended Feb 18 2012

3 of the actors did well and tried to make a silk purse out of a sows ear. The play was amiture (ie it stunk)

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Website

http://www.sheltontheater.org

Description

Considered by many to be one of the funniest plays ever written, Time magazine says it gives the most precious gift of all, guaranteed laughter.

The farcical comedy focuses on Prudence and Bruce, two Manhattanites who are seeking stable romantic relationships with the help of their psychiatrists, each of whom suggests the patient place a personal ad.

About the Ticket Supplier: Jean Shelton Foundation

The Shelton Theater (Jean Shelton Foundation), founded in 1993 by Matt Shelton, is an extension of the (Jean) Shelton Studios founded in 1961. The theater hosts live performances of musicals, narrative plays, improv, poetry, solo performances, and concerts. Film screenings and contemporary fine art are exhibited as well. We provide artists with the creative respect they need and a venue within which to observe their works. There are two intimate venues of 74 and 60 seats. Literally thousands of performing artists have created works here and the energy of those creations gives the theaters an atmosphere of truth and power. Many have revealed the aches of their heart and the strength of their imagination on these stages.