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5 reviews
5 stars
You just enter the building and take the elevator up to the 6th floor. Easy to get to on MUNI and easy to find.
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72 events
63 reviews
3 stars
Drinks can be taken into the theatrical space, and apres the show, there are many options for dining experiences/
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4.6 average rating
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570 events
487 reviews
97 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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80 events
60 reviews
15 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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50 events
23 reviews
3 stars
attended Aug 22 2013

A pitch perfect version of a great play.

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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.