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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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1 review
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Fred didn't mind my kids taking photos which was nice for them, they werere excited
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1 review
22 stars
attended May 10 2014

Engaging and well-performed dramatic comedy on relationships featuring unique characters, with social media and it's distortions as a side theme.

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attended Mar 14 2014

Great show! Nice, intimate theater experience and the acting was superb! Grab a date and go see!

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Directed by Robert Zimmerman

This show is not recommended for ages 13 and younger.

About the Ticket Supplier: The Beverly Hills Playhouse of San Francisco Theatre

The Beverly Hills Playhouse-SF opened its doors in September 2009 with one purpose in mind, to begin to develop a pool of actors in the Bay Area who would through their talent, training and professional attitudes bring pride to the already great artistic traditions of San Francisco.

Starting with just six students, BHP/SF has in four short years grown into a multiple discipline program which offers its 60 plus students a place to learn what it really takes to deliver a first class performance either on stage or on set as well as how to meet the demands of the industry with level headed artistic integrity and drive.

The Beverly Hills Playhouse formally opened in Los Angeles in 1978 and since then has trained thousands of actors, directors, producers and writers many of whom have gone on to significant artistic and professional success. Guided by Milton Katselas, the BHP has created two generations of artists known not only for their talent, but also for their exceptionally degree of professionalism.