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Tides Theatre
533 Sutter St. San Francisco, CA 94102
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We had reservations for after the show and topped the evening off with a really fabulous meal at Jeanne D'Arc at the Cornell Hotel just around the corner on Bush St. I cannot recommend this restaurant too highly. Beautiful food and refined and friendly service. I will be returning to this hidden gem!
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"3 Shorts: The Things We Do for Love"
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attended Mar 16 2013

I am sorry to say this was almost unwatchably bad -- the actors heroically tried to overcome the stilted dialogue and sensationalistic, melodramatic subject matter, but that ultimately proved impossible.

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Sheri Davenport
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attended Mar 31 2013

Good acting, good writing...good use of space. Only suggestion to the writer is to do a better job of putting a button on the end of her plays...not a big button, but I felt like those of us in the audience weren't sure when each play was at its...

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  • You can see this curtain-raiser right before our main stage play, The Couch, on weekends throughout its run. 

About the Ticket Supplier: 3Girls Theatre Company

3Girls Theatre Company is a non-profit theatre company that develops, produces and promotes new plays written by women playwrights. Only 12-18% of new plays produced by the American mainstream theatre establishment in any year are written by women — an incredible statistic made even more so by the fact that this low percentage is roughly the same today as it was a century ago. We at 3Girls Theatre aren’t interested in debating the politics of this problem. We’re just interested in solving it!

Since our founding in 2011, 3GT has worked to address this problem by creating theatre experiences that let the voices of women and girls be heard, loud and clear. Our annual programs include our New Works Festival, Salon Reading Series and full productions, as well as educational programs and outreach projects that invite script submissions and participation from our larger community. These programs develop new playwrights, empower young woman and girls, and nurture LBT playwrights.