Venue Details

5 Star Starred
Z Below
Located directly below Z Space 470 Florida Street San Francisco, CA 94110
415-626-0453
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Alyonik Hrushow
There is a great new place nearby to have some wine and/or eat clef the Tradesman on Alabama near 18th.
The Totalitarians dining Dec 15 2014 star this tip starred
Linda Bruce
We ate at the Slow Club and had a tasty meal. All together the whole evening cost us a little under $125. but we had everything we wanted, and drinks to boot!
The Totalitarians dining Nov 29 2014 star this tip starred
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201 events
143 reviews
20 stars
attended Aug 28 2013

I did not feel that In Friendship was a good choice by Word for Word. Really simple dialog without any substantial emotional content. Not the best use of some very good talent. I had enjoyed their production of "You Know When the Men Are Gone"...continued

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103 events
39 reviews
24 stars
attended Aug 21 2013

It was charming, well acted and as always word for word made the words literally LIVE! the space doesn't have a bad seat and fosters an intimacy very suitable for the performance.

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Lois Y.
114 events
44 reviews
17 stars
attended Aug 21 2013

In Friendship was an excellent and moving production. Very enjoyable.

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Website

http://zspace.org/w4w/in-friendship

Description

Directed by Delia MacDougall and Joel Mullennix

Starring the Word for Word Charter Group: Sheila Balter, JeriLynn Cohen, Susan Harloe, Stephanie Hunt, Amy Kossow, Delia MacDougall, Nancy Shelby, Patricia Silver and JoAnne Winter, along with Paul Finocchiaro and Joel Mullennix

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.