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5350 Star Starred
near the corner of Geary and Mason 415 Geary St. San Francisco, CA 94102
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9 reviews
0 stars
The balcony seats are REALLY high up.
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S. Craig Red Velvet
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Jackson Filmore is a local trattoria, famous for their "Chicken G.O.V.", that stands for Chicken with Garlic, Olive Oil and Balsamic Vinegar. Once tasted, NEVER forgotten, one of the great Italian dishes in SF! Worth the wait and is a place we never fail to dine at when we're in town.
Between Riverside and Crazy
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401 ratings
4.6 average rating
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7 events
1 review
2 stars
attended Dec 02 2012

My girlfriend and I have been anticipating this show for a while now. We attened the 5:30 show on a Sunday evening. Arrived about 15 minutes late to the theater, but only missed 10 minutes of the production. The staff working there was really...continued

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20 reviews
34 stars
attended Nov 30 2012

Better than expected. There is a lot of effort put in the effects, so it's sometimes a little bit spooky (not scary though). Even my 12 year old daughter enjoyed it, and at this age, they are sometimes difficult to please. Overall a good family...continued

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Kathy G Red Velvet
43 events
22 reviews
26 stars
attended Dec 04 2012

Sat in the mezzinine and lucky to get front row seats on the right side aisle. Saw 'A christmas Carol' years ago at ACT and watch many film versions ( Alastair Sims, George C Scott, Albert Finney, Mr Magoo, etc). James Carpenter as Scrooge was...

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Quotes & Highlights

  • “This is a Carol built to banish bah humbugs for years to come.” —Oakland Tribune
  • “The best Christmas Carol ever! A terrific and imaginative production. Highest rating.” —Jan Wahl, KCBS


By Charles Dickens

Adapted by Carey Perloff and Paul Walsh

Music by Karl Lundeberg

Choreography by Val Caniparoli

Directed by Domenique Lozano

Based on the original direction by Carey Perloff 

Running time: 1 hour and 45 minutes with a 20-minute intermission.