Venue Details

7 Star Starred
Phoenix Theatre San Francisco
414 Mason St. San Francisco, CA 94102
415-275-0348
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fogcitygal
free wine! Dang, that is a nice little perk. Cookies are $1, which is a fair price imo.
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fogcitygal
The weather was a little cool outside.. I wore dressed in layers, as always. I'm usually cold when I sit in an audience, but I was fine here. Apparently other members of the audience were warm as they were fanning themselves, which I found distracting. Also the chairs are very creaky and when people would shift in their seats, it made noise which was also distracting..
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4.6 average rating
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428 reviews
74 stars
attended Aug 18 2013

One word for this one: WEIRD. Was pretty monotone and one dimensional. Seemed to drag on and on, especially during the first hour. I actually fell asleep because it was so boring. This story about bestiality is simply stupid..unless you're into...continued

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11 reviews
2 stars
attended Aug 10 2013

The production was very good and very professional. I really liked the lead actors in particular. It's a small theater and it feels a very intimate performance. The play itself is interesting and intense but managed in a "light" way. Highly...continued

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48 reviews
7 stars
attended Aug 17 2013

Terrific cast. ("Billy" was a little shaky, but the three adults were simply outstanding.) The show started 15 minutes late. The director made an announcement after 8pm that a few people hadn't arrived so they were going to wait awhile until they...continued

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Website

http://www.phoenixtheatresf.org/

Description

This play contains mature subject matter and may not be suitable for everyone.

The Goat, or, Who Is Sylvia? is directed by Bay Area actor/director Michael Shipley, and stars Taylor Brock, Richard Aiello, Don Williams, and Matt Bratko. Brock, Shipley, and Aiello are longtime colleagues and collaborators who have studied for many years under prominent acting teacher and director, Richard Seyd.