Venue Details

12 Star Starred
Phoenix Theatre San Francisco
414 Mason St. San Francisco, CA 94102
415-275-0348
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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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Drinks can be taken into the theatrical space, and apres the show, there are many options for dining experiences/
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Reviews & Ratings

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430 reviews
72 stars
attended Nov 16 2013

It originally read like it was going to be a lot more haunting. Not really. I initially had a really hard time understanding one of the actors because the Irish accent he had was so strong that I missed most of the dialogue he was...continued

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171 reviews
43 stars
attended Nov 09 2013

The acting was spot on with nary a weak link.

Given the intimacy of the Phoenix Theatre, just two to three rows deep on a horse shoe form, one was drawn into the play in a way not possible when seen through a proscenium arch. As the play...continued

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143 reviews
19 stars
attended Nov 07 2013

The performance by design is slow, people sitting in the pub telling stories. Good, but not outstanding.

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Website

http://www.offbroadwaywest.org

Quotes & Highlights

“Beautiful and devious.” _—The New York Times _
“A quietly moving play composed of the kind of personal ghost stories that haunt us all." —_Chicago Tribune _

Description

Directed by Richard Harder. Featuring: Keith Burkland*, Shane Fahy, Brian O’Connor, Adam Simpson & Jocelyn Stringer

(*Actors’ Equity Association.)This is an Equity Approved Production.

About the Ticket Supplier: Off Broadway West Theatre Company

Off Broadway West Theatre Company was established in 2006 to promote and encourage the continued development of theatre in San Francisco by providing leadership and opportunities for participation, education and sharing the enjoyment of diverse theatre experiences. OBW is committed to producing a minimum of one play per season that has been on Broadway and/or Off Broadway by which connecting the East and West.