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51 Star Starred
Z Space
Formerly Project Artaud Theatre 450 Florida St. San Francisco, CA 94110
866-811-4111
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355 reviews
114 stars
attended Oct 30 2013

So this started 45 minutes late and they didn't even make an announcement until 7:30pm. It was supposed to start at 7pm. The part of the show that I saw was horrible. It was supposed to be a dark comedy. Not quite. It wasn't even so over the...continued

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143 reviews
19 stars
attended Oct 30 2013

To begin with, the Goldstar seats were too far away to hear well. One of the lead actors spoke very softly. Moved lower in the second act (a number of people left), and it was better. But even though a lot of work had been put into staging the...continued

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7 reviews
19 stars
attended Nov 02 2013

Gold star seats were very far. Fortunately the show wasn't full an we were able to move closer. Even though the theater is small, it was still rather difficult to hear the actor on stage.

I did not find show particularly funny. Those seated at...continued

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Website

http://www.grandguignolsf.com/

Description

No one under age 21 will be admitted to Grand Guignol.

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.