Venue Details

25 Star Starred
Tides Theatre
533 Sutter St. San Francisco, CA 94102
415-336-3522
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Union Square Garage is 1.5 blocks away.
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Plenty of restaurants available. This is just off Powell Street.
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21 ratings
3.9 average rating
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239 events
167 reviews
41 stars
attended Mar 31 2013

This is a competent production of a not very involving play.

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81 reviews
5 stars
attended Mar 31 2013

Very intriguing. well-written play. Wonderful, expansive sets in the small, former SF Playhouse setting. Formidable cast. Kudos to Louis Purnell who had evidently a terrible cold and cough and somehow still got through the afternoon portraying...continued

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29 reviews
9 stars
attended Mar 10 2013

Excellent performance and very entertaining story. Bravo!

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Website

http://www.3girlstheatre.org

Quotes & Highlights

“Directed here by Amy Glazer with great panache, The Couch features a stellar cast … Kaufman’s triumphant, feminist ending is both hilarious and deeply satisfying.” -San Francisco Examiner
“In director Amy Glazer’s skilled hands, it is a perfect jewel of a play._ The Couch _unfolds with clarity and humorous twists, authentic costuming, and tight performances by a talented ensemble.” —Marin Scope
“Maggie Mason as Jung’s mistress and protégé Antoinette Wolf, and Courtney Walsh playing his wife Emma, are the main roles and are both done with aplomb and believability.” -examiner.com

About the Ticket Supplier: 3Girls Theatre Company

3Girls Theatre Company is putting "women's work onstage ... where it belongs." Surveys tell us that the small percentage of works by women playwrights produced in the mainstream American theater is roughly the same today as it was a century ago. We at 3Girls Theatre aren't interested in debating the politics of this problem. We're just interested in solving it.

Our not-for-profit start-up company has a singular mission: to promote, nurture and produce the work of local women playwrights of all ages through our annual Festivals, Theatre Lab and GirlWrights youth theater program. Founded by Resident Playwrights Suze Allen, AJ Baker and Lee Brady, we are a company of women writers, supporting one another and collaborating to bring our best work to the stage. Join us on our journey!

3Girls Theatre Company's phone number is 415-275-0348.