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The Dark Room
Between 18th & 19th 2263 Mission St. San Francisco, CA 94110
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4.7 / 5 Rated by 48 members
Review from josephine
152 events 16 reviews

7 Sins made me a devoted fan, so I was really excited about Whoop Click. And now I can't stop telling my friends and co-workers about it - Judd is HILARIOUS! He's a masterful storyteller, building drama and intrigue as he creates a multi-character...continued

reviewed Jul 11 2009 report as inappropriate
Review from Bugsy
45 events 18 reviews

I loved 7 SINS and I loved this new show, too. Funny, intimate, a little bit edgier in parts. I would love to see him in a bigger, fancier theater befitting the city's new leading man of solo performance but The Dark Room has its charms. Marilyn...continued

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Review from Anson
16 events 3 reviews

Another awesome show and with what a great price. I've taken my management team to 7 sins last time and everyone loved it. We once again had a team building day for work and took everyone to James's show last night and all had a great time ! ...continued

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Quotes & Highlights

San Francisco Sentinel “Critic’s Choice”
SF Weekly‘s “Pick of the Stage”
“Like 7 Sins, this one gallops along at a pace guaranteed to lose (Judd) 10 pounds a performance. (Or maybe it’s just the sequined orange jumpsuit that does him in.)" —Orlando Sentinel
“Judd’s monologue is filled with great comic and descriptive writing, adroit physical comedy, precise and skillful delivery. Judd has the audience at his mercy.” —Orlando Weekly
“Very much like a night out with an old friend… this year’s most charming Fringe performance.” —Winnipeg Uptown Magazine


Whoop Click! is James Judd’s follow-up to his popular hit 7 Sins.  After gaining an ungainly amount of weight, James checks himself into a Florida “Wellness Retreat” that turns out to be a run-down fat camp.  Worse, he’s accompanied by the same four overly-opinionated Mormon aunts from Utah popularized in 7 Sins.  Family scandal, forced exercise, marriage politics, and a looming hurricane create chaos in his latest autobiographical comedy.  NPR host and comedian Marilyn Pittman opens the show.

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