Absolutely San Francisco: One-Woman Musical Dramedy Returns
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The last date listed for Absolutely San Francisco was Saturday July 28, 2012 / 8:00pm.
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Ruth Robertson
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This actress is a super-funny one-woman band! She reminded me yet again why I have lived in this wonderful city by the Bay for over forty years myself! The time just flew by...the songs are clever and her sketches of the people on the cable car are spot on! Don't neglect to see this wonderful gem while you can!
Quotes & Highlights
“Absolutely San Francisco is absolutely fantastic … A show this nuanced, this layered – and this much fun, Absolutely San Francisco is a show to see again and again.” —_Marina Times/Northside _
“Fun and funny…San Francisco is known for its history, its neighborhoods, its politics and its characters, all of which are showcased in Absolutely San Francisco….The show has great humor throughout, and some very fun and funny songs.” —San Francisco Bay Times
“Captures the spirit of San Francisco…” —KGO -TV/ABC7
“Absolutely San Francisco is very SF” —BeyondChron.com
“…an intimate look at San Francisco seen through the eyes of a gifted artist.” —Visit Half Moon Bay
The long-running hit, Absolutely San Francisco, is a fun and poignant one-woman musical allegory about the San Franicsco take on the American Dream. Get on an imaginary cable car with Sunshine - a free-spirited daughter of the 60s - on her quest to find a powerful person to help her fight City Hall - and the meter maids threatening to impound her shopping cart. The insightful, whimsical book and lyrics by Anne Nygren Doherty turn the city’s stereotypes inside out and reveal the heart and soul of a city where the atypical is typical – where hippies, drifters and dreamers rub elbows with striving immigrants and the top 1% of the “1%.” Sitting in the cozy, Alcove Theater, the audience comes away moved by the hidden bonds that tie these seemingly disparate people together. **