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A.C.T.
near the corner of Geary and Mason 415 Geary St. San Francisco, CA 94102
415-749-2228
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Saturday Matinee, lots of traffic; coming from los altos took me exactly 1 hour, but I drive like a demon. Was going to PARK @ hotel Donatello, read that fee was only $6 - but by 1:30 that lot was full, the one right next to it was $20 flat fee (!!) but I parked there because didn't want any hassle. Take bart if you can, easy walk to ACT theatre.
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The weather was perfect temperature - 2 pm on Sept 13; saw lots of nice casual clothing. I wore slacks, tank top with 3/4 sleeve overblouse.
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8 reviews
1 stars
attended Jun 05 2009

OMG!!!! At home at the Zoo - Fab-U-Lous! It was heavy, but great. These days, you forget that "Theatre" is just not Musical, but great drama as well.

I was 2nd row, off to the side, but still a great seat.

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88 reviews
16 stars
attended Jun 07 2009

The acting, especially by Jerry, was superb, although I wasn't really sure what the theme of the play was. The characters were well developed, and very believable, and the pace was fast enough to keep my interest.

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13 reviews
3 stars
attended Jun 14 2009

This is a wonderful staging of related early and late career plays by Albee who is always challenging and provocative. The new play shows how refined a dramatist he has become, with evocative uses of silence and below the surface meanings to...continued

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An unforgettable pairing of Albee’s original The Zoo Story with a freshly penned prequel, Edward Albee’s At Home at the Zoo (formerly titled Peter and Jerry) bares its teeth to threaten the delicately balanced world its characters inhabit.