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43 Star Starred
The Boxcar Playhouse
505 Natoma Street San Francisco, CA 94103
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3 reviews
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22 events
7 reviews
5 stars
I wore jeans. Nobody will care what you wear here..
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BOA 2012
11 ratings
3.5 average rating
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Nancy F.
156 events
45 reviews
314 stars
attended Apr 22 2012

Lots of fun, a variety of styles of play, superb actors, well worth seeing.

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72 events
38 reviews
4 stars
attended Apr 26 2012

Very well produced.
I saw program 2.
My favorite one acts were:
Death to the Audience - by Precarious Theatre


Maybe Baby - by Ragged Wing Ensemble

A very well produced event. Kudos to all.

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48 events
23 reviews
11 stars
attended May 09 2012

First time I attended the One-Acts Festivals won't be the last and I'm looking forward to attending Part Two this evening. A true treat to see 5 original one act plays by local playwrights and performed by a young but very talented and energetic...continued

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Read the great Goldstar reviews from last year’s BOA.


Program 1:

Cello, by Anthony Clarvoe, directed by Jill MacLean, produced by Playwrights Foundation

The Seagull Project, by 11th Hour Ensemble, directed by James Mayagoitia and Megan Trout

Brainkill, by Stuart Eugene Bousel, directed by Sara Staley, produced by SF Theater Pub

Three Little Dumplings Go Bananas, by Megan Cohen, directed by Jessica Holt, produced by Threshold

In Bed, by Sam Leichter, directed by Rob Ready, produced by PianoFight

Program 2:

Death to the Audience, by Ken Slattery, directed by M. Graham Smith, produced by Precarious Theater

I.S.O. Explosive Possibility, by Erin Bregman, directed by Claire Rice, produced by No Nude Men

The Bird Trap, by Bennett Fisher, directed by Arianne Owens, produced by Sleepwalkers Theatre

A Game, by Christopher Chen, directed by Paul Cello, produced by Instrumental Theater

Maybe Baby, by Amy Sass, directed by Amy Sass, produced by Ragged Wing Ensemble