Venue Details

210 Star Starred
The Marsh San Francisco MainStage Theater
Three blocks from 24th & Mission BART 1062 Valencia St. San Francisco, CA 94110
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8 reviews
39 stars
Get there somewhat early as the space is small and the seating is tight.
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4 stars
Ate at Boogaloos across the street. Delicious food.
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"FWD: Life Gone Viral"
50 ratings
4.0 average rating
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154 events
114 reviews
45 stars
attended Jul 01 2012

While I found the performers to be very talented, and their switching from one character to another to be excellent, I didn't like any of the characters and didn't care about what happened to them.

The performance (more like a play, not a...continued

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84 reviews
15 stars
attended Apr 22 2012

first time I've walked out of a play at the Marsh..and I've seen at least a dozen there. Boring, redundent and unlikeable characters.

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25 reviews
16 stars
attended Jun 30 2012

It was so miscast it was laughable. The woman actor was excellent but paired with varon I think his name is, was just awful. No chemistry, mismatched, he was hunched over most of the time and wringing his hands, and spitting his words out and...continued

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Quotes & Highlights

“Plentiful doses of comedy and crisp performances … a viral delight.” -San Francisco Chronicle
“Under David Ford’s direction, FWD: Life Gone Viral is keenly observed and vastly appealing.” -KQED Arts
“Packed with pithy observations about life, death, family, communication, human nature, time and technology, “FWD: Life Gone Viral” is both entertaining and deeply satisfying.” —San Francisco Examiner


Written by David Ford, Jeri Lynn Cohen & Charlie Varon

Performed by Jeri Lynn Cohen & Charlie Varon

Directed by David Ford

The show’s running time is one hour and 30 minutes.

This show is appropriate for ages 12 and up.