Venue Details

25 Star Starred
The Creativity Theater
San Francisco's Children's Creativity Museum 221 4th St. San Francisco, CA 94103
415-820-3320
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BART/Muni to Powell and walk 2-3 blocks south of Market on 4th St. The theater is behind the Zeum Carousel.
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6 ratings
4.3 average rating
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227 reviews
97 stars
attended Mar 06 2011

I liked the performance - cute story and earnest and enjoyable performances -:)

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325 reviews
69 stars
attended Mar 19 2011

Cute story though a bit choppy. The students were fun to watch.

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26 reviews
14 stars
attended Mar 12 2011

Ingenious, quirky, vibrant , remarkably staged & smartly performed.

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More Information

Website

http://www.act-sf.org/1011/litter/index.html

Quotes & Highlights

Read more about the play on A.C.T.’s press page.

Description

Created with and tailored to the dynamic talents of the A.C.T. M.F.A. Program class of 2011, this irresistible new play takes a sharp, entertaining, and darkly comic look at the frenzy surrounding multiple births. After 12 siblings are born simultaneously during a greedy corporation’s experimental procedure, their exploitative handlers propel them to instant childhood stardom as the Framingham Dodecatuplets, a pop sensation. But now that they are in their 20s and their cute act has lapsed into a cheap gimmick, how will this modern “family” navigate the world together—or apart? Brought to life by the wildly inventive imagination of Peter Sinn Nachtrieb, author of boom and the Bay Area hit comedy Hunter Gatherers, Litter whirls through a singular world of song and dance, taking the notion of sibling rivalry—and revelry—to astonishing extremes.