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New Conservatory Theatre Center
at Market Street 25 Van Ness Avenue San Francisco, CA 94102
415-861-8972
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I can almost always find free street parking on South Van Ness, just south of Market, next to the car dealership, or on 12th Street just south of Market.
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They sell drinks and snacks that you can bring into the theater- including wine!
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22 reviews
25 stars
attended Dec 01 2011

This story takes us back to a dark period in our history, when people were forced to hide their beliefs, ideas and hearts. I so admire these men for standing up in such a world. J. Conrad Frank is absolutely charming and deliberate in his...continued

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attended Nov 30 2011

Interesting story but I don't think the writing was all that terrific.
The acting and directing were a little hit or miss also.

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attended Nov 17 2011

A history lesson, though a tad dry and dull. Some people left at intermission.

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Website

http://www.nctcsf.org/press_room/the_tempermentals.htm

Description

Directed by F. Allen Sawyer

Starring J. Conrad Frank, Justin Gilman, Jeffrey Hoffman, Steve Salzman and Seth Thygsen

About the Ticket Supplier: New Conservatory Theatre Center

New Conservatory Theatre Center (NCTC) is San Francisco’s premier LGBT and Allied performing arts institution. As a champion of innovative, high quality productions, NCTC presents a new season of mainstage plays each year including impactful dramas, tongue-in-cheek comedies and exceptional musicals. Additionally, original work is brought to the stage from our Family Matinee Series, Emerging Artists Program and New Play Development Lab. Our vision is that theatre is a community event and a way to build community.