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near the corner of Geary and Mason 415 Geary St. San Francisco, CA 94102
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The balcony seats are REALLY high up.
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Jackson Filmore is a local trattoria, famous for their "Chicken G.O.V.", that stands for Chicken with Garlic, Olive Oil and Balsamic Vinegar. Once tasted, NEVER forgotten, one of the great Italian dishes in SF! Worth the wait and is a place we never fail to dine at when we're in town.
Between Riverside and Crazy
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"The Homecoming"
73 ratings
3.3 average rating
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32 events
17 reviews
14 stars
attended Mar 03 2011

I agree with the first reviewer. Seats, as usual from Goldstar, were very good. Acting was first rate. I truly disliked the play, and as the friend attending it with me said, it was the most misogynistic play (and, I'll add, one of the most...continued

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3 reviews
3 stars
attended Mar 05 2011

I've attended quite a number of plays at ACT and other SF theaters in the last several years, and unfortunately "The Homecoming" has been one of the most disappointing among them.
The play itself was fairly dull, and the staging by Carey Perloff...continued

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12 reviews
24 stars
attended Mar 04 2011

I loved the play, the set, the light, the actors, everything seemed to be just as it should be. When the lights went off, I just enjoyed the show, and suddenly it was the intermission : I looked at my watch, 1 hours had passed and it felt like...continued

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“[Perloff has] produced the most compelling Pinter I’ve seen anywhere, including London.” —San Francisco Examiner


A.C.T. celebrates Nobel Prize–winning playwright Harold Pinter’s legacy with his most sexually provocative play. A long-absent son and his attractive wife, Ruth, return to his contentious childhood home in London’s East End. Caught in a grueling power struggle, father and sons vie for Ruth’s attention and affection with outrageous consequences in a play that changed the face of 20th-century drama. Longtime Pinter collaborator and A.C.T. Artistic Director Carey Perloff directs this brilliant classic featuring René Augesen, who celebrates her tenth-anniversary season as part of the A.C.T. core acting company.