Venue Details

30 Star Starred
Un-Scripted Theater Company
Between Powell and Mason Street 533 Sutter St. San Francisco, CA 94102
415-580-7366
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Rachelle
Easy parking at Sutter Stockton garage.
DASH info May 13 2014 star this tip starred
Kristin Wojkowski
Save time. Park in the Sutter Stockton garage- it's close & cheap.
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47 reviews
48 stars
attended Mar 22 2012

I enjoy Beckett. He is difficult to stage because of his post-modern absurdist style. The acting was good, not great. Ditto with the direction. It needed to be tighter to be more effective. Worth seeing, as Beckett isn't often staged.

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19 reviews
19 stars
attended Mar 24 2012

We absolutely loved the production. There was a little residual noise from the mainstage audience, but I think that was likely because of mainstage show opening the night we were there. The players and direction served the play beautifully.

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megrand
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14 reviews
1 stars
attended Apr 13 2012

Every production I've ever seen of Godot was funny. This interpretation was dark, confrontational, and slow-moving. The actors were talented (especially Lucky), but I just didn't enjoy it.

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Website

http://tidestheatre.org

Description

Waiting For Godot is the story of two thieves waiting in a void for a mysterious stranger. Their days are spent by the side of a road concocting rituals spun from their own consciousness. Part play, part poem, part dream, Beckett’s masterpiece remains one of the most fiercely funny and profound allegories of our time.

About the Ticket Supplier: Tides Theatre

Tides Theatre is on a mission to inspire, challenge and heal our community by creating visceral theatre experiences that are bold and truthful.