Venue Details

133 Star Starred
New Conservatory Theatre Center
at Market Street 25 Van Ness Avenue San Francisco, CA 94102
415-861-8972
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Reviews & Ratings

59 ratings
4.4 average rating
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97 events
82 reviews
22 stars
attended Mar 02 2012

Go for the story, but set your theatrical expectations low.

This story does a profound job of touching emotional memories for gay men who remember the pain, excitement, fear, confusion, and near-elation of their taboo love of male friends. It...continued

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11 reviews
27 stars
attended Feb 26 2012

Thoroughly enjoyed this adaptation of Maurice; very well acted and very convincing British accents. And kudos especially to the actors with multiple characters. I appreciate the very simple, uncomplicated set design. As this was a preview...continued

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3 reviews
11 stars
attended Feb 25 2012

Soren Santos was excellent in the role of Maurice. The supporting cast did a wonderful job as well.

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Website

http://www.nctcsf.org/press_room/maurice.htm

Quotes & Highlights

“An unusually well-tuned New Conservatory production under director George Maguire … Maurice triumphs, with Forster’s radical notion – given the times – that a man could learn to embrace and enjoy his homosexuality.” —San Francisco Chronicle

Description

Directed by George Maguire,_ Maurice _stars John Hurst, Hilary Hyatt, Alex Kirschner, Lindsey Murray, Andrew Nolan and Soren Santos.

The play contains adult content, brief nudity and sexual situations. It is recommended for audiences 16 and older.