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San Francisco Playhouse
Between Powell and Mason Streets. 450 Post Street San Francisco, CA 94102
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3.7 / 5 Rated by 62 members
Review from TheaterLuvrSF
Red Velvet 276 events 187 reviews

Loved it! Well, the parts that I could understand. British slang is tough to understand for me, but still I found the play to be funny, touching, and rewarding (but long).

reviewed Jan 28 2014 report as inappropriate
Review from Sally
Red Velvet 201 events 108 reviews

This is a long play, 3 hours with 2 intermissions. If you come to be entertained, you will be disappointed. If you get into the characters and the cosmic inferences, you might like it. I was in the middle. The acting was quite good, but I...continued

reviewed Feb 09 2014 report as inappropriate
Terry Moxie Penn
Review from Terry Moxie Penn
Red Velvet 83 events 43 reviews

ABSOLUTELY FANSTASTIC!!! The actors performed so well that you believed they were their character. I have recommended this production to several people. Although it was a long play it didn't feel like it. They did a great job at keeping up...continued

reviewed Feb 06 2014 report as inappropriate
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Quotes & Highlights

Jerusalem — which deftly encompasses comedy and violence, the sacred and the profane, the contemporary and the mythic - casts a magical spell." -SF Examiner
“San Francisco Playhouse may not exactly be building Jerusalem, but they’ve done something far more pragmatic: shown that three-hour plays (complete with two intermissions) can still keep an audience rapt and waiting for more … this heroic production will linger long in the hearts of the audience.” —Stark Insider


Jerusalem is recommended for ages 16+. The production has a run time of 3 hours and contains strobe lights, theatrical haze, and herbal stage cigarettes.

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