Venue Details

The Alcove Theater
Between Post and Geary 414 Mason St San Francisco, CA 94102
415-992-8168
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3.9 / 5 Rated by 18 members
Austin Nation
Review from Austin Nation
Red Velvet 778 events 667 reviews

I loved the VIP Red Velvet treatment from the theatre staff! This show was wonderfully staged in a very ingenious way using the entire theatre. Randy Roberts has an amazing voice and carried the entire production. An interesting storyline, but...continued

reviewed Jul 11 2013 report as inappropriate
Scott Carter
Review from Scott Carter
Red Velvet 924 events 529 reviews

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

reviewed Jul 28 2013 report as inappropriate
Baby J
Review from Baby J
130 events 98 reviews

Talented and committed cast. The staging was unique in that the production took place in various locations around the room. Nice change. But the problem was -- 90% of the production took place in a location that required the front 5 rows of the...continued

reviewed Jul 20 2013 report as inappropriate
Mark Allen
Review from Mark Allen
170 events 64 reviews

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...continued

reviewed Jul 05 2013 report as inappropriate
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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

Description

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.

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