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Eddy St Theatreplex - The EXIT Theatre
Between Taylor & Mason 156 Eddy St. San Francisco, CA 94102
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4.6 / 5 Rated by 243 members
Review from Sandra

This is a great show for a great price. Granted it not in the best of neighborhoods, but so worth the trip. James is wonderful and the stories
he shares. Well, you just gotta go.

Get your tickets now before they sell out !!

reviewed Jun 01 2008 report as inappropriate
Review from Jeffrey Katz

An hysterically funny pseudo-autobiography.
Mr. Judd's timing and facial expressions are priceless.
The initimate atmosphere of the Exit Theater was essential.
Best theater I've seen this year.

reviewed Jun 13 2008 report as inappropriate
Review from Denise M.

Fantastically entertaining performer. I am urging all my friends to see him. I haven't laughed so much for ages. Can't wait for his next show.

reviewed Jun 01 2008 report as inappropriate
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Quotes & Highlights

“Bravo, James Judd” —San Francisco Chronicle
“Hilarious and engaging” —San Francisco Bay Area Reporter
“The Best one-man show in San Francisco” —San Francisco Sentinel
“Relentlessly funny” —San Francisco Examiner
“Why am I laughing so hard?” —San Francisco Weekly
“Judd is Paul Lynde for the new millennium. His show is off-the-wall and out-of-the-ballpark entertaining.  To miss it would be the eighth and deadliest sin of all.” —Toronto Star
“He’s David Sedaris on a pot of coffee.” —Rochester Democrat & Chronicle


Directed by David Lober (Wicked)

Animation by Huy Mai and Steve Garrett

Music by Edward Goldfarb (Beach Blanket Babylon)

The long-running hit comedy 7 Sins is a collection of true, fast and funny stories from the life of writer/comedian James Judd. It chronicles his early ambition to win his fifth-grade book report competition with “My Search for Patty Hearst,” and his first job when his working mother paid him to watch The Young and the Restless and then reenact it for her. He relives his varied careers as a forgotten employee of AT&T, where he did nothing for a year, an even shorter-lived career as a dot-com journalist (which led to an insane night with five Chinese billionaires in a Chinese bordello), and as an under-prepared criminal defense attorney representing violent teenage girls, as well as many more strange and always funny stories.

Now updated for 2011, 7 Sins… One More Time includes stories of his City Hall marriage to his husband Eric Alvarez, interactive animation and tales of touring the show to the most unlikely places. __


<em>A Thousand Splendid Suns</em> Yoshi's Oakland Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo <em>Cirque du Soleil: LUZIA</em> <em>Beach Blanket Babylon</em> Steve Martin and Martin Short