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Between Mason and Taylor 445 Geary Street San Francisco, CA 94102
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4.4 / 5 Rated by 11 members
Review from Joe R.
Red Velvet 265 events 178 reviews

Unfortunately, this heavily over emotional production forces the audience to accept several depths of unbelievable and distracting characters. A nun that has suffered significantly enough to ask the church for comfort, shows no sign of the...continued

reviewed Mar 22 2012 report as inappropriate
Review from Donna Collins Williams
57 events 30 reviews

Fabulous performance by Kathleen Turner & cast. Dark and emotionally gnawing, this play will have you pondering faith and redemption. Kathleen turner plays a recovering alcoholic nun with a dark secret and the addict she is charged with counseling.

reviewed Mar 22 2012 report as inappropriate
Review from lrf
13 events 6 reviews

I thoroughly enjoyed seeing Kathleen Turner on stage. She was perfect in the role of an ex-alcoholic, swearing nun. I also thought the two male actors were very good in their roles. The teenage addict was very convincing and the I thought the...continued

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Two-time Golden Globe® winner, Academy Award® & Tony Award® nominee Kathleen Turner triumphantly returns to San Francisco in the most critically-acclaimed performance of her career. A favorite among San Francisco theatre-goers, Turner has previously delighted audiences in such productions as Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, The Graduate and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. And now, Turner brings her most compelling performance to the Curran Theatre for one week only.

When Sister Jamison Connolly (Turner) agrees to sponsor a 19-year-old drug user in an effort to help him combat his addiction, her own faith is ultimately tested. Struggling between the knowledge she possesses as a rehabilitation counselor and a woman of religious conviction, she begins to question her belief in miracles and whether people can find the courage to change. High explores the universal themes of truth, forgiveness, redemption and human fallibility.

This show contains adult language, adult content and full male nudity. It is not recommended for children or young teens. Parental discretion is advised.

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