Venue Details

108 Star Starred
Shelton Theater
533 Sutter St. San Francisco, CA 94102
415-882-9100
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The theater has a great little bar - cheap and the b artgender tghe night we went gave extremely generous wine pours. For food, we ate at the Bangkok cafe, a little slot restaurant on Powell up about a block and a half from BART. You may be the only non-Asians inside - a mark of good, authentic food. GREAT dinner for 2 was $16.86! Our favoritge SF restaurant!
Foodies! The Musical dining Jun 09 2014 star this tip starred
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The Powell street BART station is just 3 blocks away. Parking would be expensive and difficult.
Foodies! The Musical travel Jun 09 2014 star this tip starred

Reviews & Ratings

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44 events
13 reviews
7 stars
attended Oct 27 2010

A low-budget production of Acts 1 & 4 of the play, but has moments of real insight and feeling. A great bargain.

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38 reviews
42 stars
attended Oct 26 2010

this was okay. too bad that they did only act one and four. totally hated thee video intermission.

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12 events
3 reviews
9 stars
attended Nov 10 2010

See or read the original before adventuring into any "modern" adaptations of this play. The acting was weak and the flow of Acts was frustrating (some were on video and some were acted out live). Video quality was extremely poor.
Acts were oddly...continued

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Quotes & Highlights

Russian director Oleg Liptsin was awarded a National Award for Experimental Work in Theatre by the Theatre Union of Ukraine.

Description

The Shelton Theater in collaboration with the International Theatre Ensemble Presents Anton Chekhov’s Three Sisters. Final Cut. Master playwright Anton Chekhov’s tale of three young sisters inhaling love and expectations and discovering what it means to be alive. This radically adapted classic incorporates live film acting and digital technology. Award winning avant-garde Russian director Oleg Liptsin presents his vision of contemporary American society.