Venue Details

25 Star Starred
The Creativity Theater
San Francisco's Children's Creativity Museum 221 4th St. San Francisco, CA 94103
415-820-3341
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The weather was Cool it was an evening play. I wore a sweater, jeans, and hard bottom shoes.
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BART/Muni to Powell and walk 2-3 blocks south of Market on 4th St. The theater is behind the Zeum Carousel.
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2 reviews
0 stars
attended Oct 24 2010

Wild Kate is a quick, witty, timely and disturbing piece. The performances as well as the set are wonderful. The show is about 1 1/2 hours without an intermission. I thoroughly enjoyed it.

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26 reviews
21 stars
attended Nov 05 2010

I would best sum it up as a High School level production. The acting was high school grade and the script was high school grade.

Even the discount price was not worth it :P
Skip this one and go to a movie theater. :)

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Website

http://www.act-sf.org/site/PageServer?pagename=events_conservatory

Description

Wild Kate: A Tale of Revenge at Sea

by Karen Hartman

Directed by W. D. Keith

“Call me Isabel.” A brainy teen with a chip on her shoulder enrolls in a high school on the high seas to escape her past, only to be swept up in an extracurricular chase spurred by the boat’s leader, Kate, an environmental activist with a secret, deadly plan. At sea in more ways than one, the students and crew wrestle to save the ocean without destroying each other. (If this reminds you of a famous book about a whale, you’re in the right boat.) This exciting world premiere of a brand-new play commissioned by the A.C.T. Conservatory is a coproduction of the Young Conservatory (students ages 15-19) and the A.C.T. Master of Fine Arts Program and is performed by both Young Conservatory and MFA students.