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The Boxcar Playhouse
505 Natoma Street San Francisco, CA 94103
415-776-1747
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2 reviews
3 stars
attended Mar 09 2011

An excellent sampler platter of Bay Area theater companies, writers, directors, actors, etc.

Note that there are two programs in rotating rep and you'll have to check http://bayoneacts.org/performance-schedule/ to see which is playing on a...continued

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attended Mar 06 2011

Really amazing work this year.

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5 reviews
11 stars
attended Mar 06 2011

This was such an awesome event! It was fabulous to see so many different plays and theater companies showcased in one place.

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Website

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/boa-x/boa-x-the-bay-one-acts-...

Quotes & Highlights

Read "more ":http://bayoneacts.org/about some of the BOA X plays.

Description

The Bay One Acts Festival (BOA) showcases the best short plays from the most exciting independent theatre companies in San Francisco. The festival creates an incredible instant theatre community in San Francisco – building bridges between companies, cultivating connections between artists, and encouraging enthusiasm for the short play form. 11 theatre companies and more than 70 local artists to create two full programs of intrepid, vital new theater running in repertory.

About the Ticket Supplier: Three Wise Monkeys Theatre Company

Three Wise Monkeys Theatre Company is dedicated to supporting, promoting and producing the best work by San Francisco Bay Area writers of all demographics, with an emphasis on youth, language, and theatricality. They are interested in plays written for the stage that concern themselves with issues involving the current generation and demonstrate a unique use of language and poetry. Although they aim to promote new work, this does not always have to mean new writing and they are keen to see new and unique adaptations and translations of older works.