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5 Star Starred
The Alcove Theater
Between Post and Geary 414 Mason St San Francisco, CA 94102
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5 reviews
3 stars
Park in the public lot under Union Square. It's about 2 blocks away. It's quite affordable and so easy to access.
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Fred didn't mind my kids taking photos which was nice for them, they werere excited
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3.9 average rating
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57 reviews
8 stars
attended Jul 05 2013

I saw the preview performance of Chance, and would highly recommend it to others. Great performances by the three major players, including a stellar performance by Randy Roberts as The Lady. The song lyrics are wonderful! I especially liked "The...

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3 reviews
2 stars
attended Jul 11 2013

CHANCE is an unusual and brave new musical not to be missed. I saw this show last night and I was so moved by the story that tears were in my eyes during the finale. Reading the other reviews, I have to say that I think the other reviewers are...continued

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305 reviews
-7 stars
attended Jul 28 2013

Great premise. Music fantastic. Staging intriguing. Acting stellar. Starts slow, but has you totally engaged by the intermission. Unfortunately the wrap up is a bit scattered. So I had to downgrade to 4 stars instead of the five I had anticipated...continued

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Quotes & Highlights

“A new play that manages to feel personal without being self-indulgent and presents something cerebral without seeming self-important. What do they call that trick again? Oh yeah: good writing.” —EDGE San Francisco


Featuring Richard Hefner (Gregory), Randy Roberts (The Lady) and Ken Lear (Chance). 

Directed by Tony Award-winner Robert Kalfin. Musical direction by local jazz artist Tammy L. Hall.