Venue Details

126 Star Starred
San Francisco Playhouse
Between Powell and Mason Streets. 450 Post Street San Francisco, CA 94102
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Brooke Babcock
The weather was cold and windy outside, but warm in the theater. Wear layers!.
dress Jul 23 2013 star this tip starred
Two and one-half hours with one intermission.
info Jul 25 2013 star this tip starred
The weather was sunny, windy, etc.. I wore slacks and sweater. Anything goes in this town..
dress Aug 08 2013 star this tip starred
at Farallon in the bar...$6 bites & drinks until 7 pm.
dining Sep 12 2013 star this tip starred
Nice bar in the lobby where you can pre-order drinks for intermission! Walk out and its' waiting for you at your own little table, nice.
info Sep 24 2013 star this tip starred

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“Can a half-century-old musical about idealism and virtue be made relevant to 21st-century audiences? Based on the production of Camelot at San Francisco Playhouse, the answer is a resounding ‘yes!’” -SF Examiner
“…the other standout is Lancelot’s fabulous ’C’est Moi,’ where he manages to tell the world of his incomparable greatness without feeling the least bit self-conscious. Heredia owns this song, as, in many ways, he owns the entire production … squabbling knights, political ineptitude, sword fights and betrayal: perfect summertime entertainment.” -SF Theater Blog

About the Ticket Supplier: San Francisco Playhouse

The aim of the SF Playhouse is to provide a creative home and inspiring environment where actors, directors, writers, designers and theater lovers converge to create works that celebrate the human spirit. Founded by Bill English and Susi Damilano in 2003, SF Playhouse is Union Square’s intimate, professional theatre. Using professional actors and world-class design, the SF Playhouse — which won the Bay Guardian‘s 2006 Best Off Broadway Theatre Award and about which the San Francisco Chronicle raved "San Francisco’s newest theatre isn’t just another tiny stage carved out of a storefront…it’s an enticing introduction to a new company" — has become an intimate theatre alternative to the traditional Union Square theatre fare, garnering 20 Bay Area Theatre Critic nominations in its first year.