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206 Star Starred
San Francisco Playhouse
Between Powell and Mason Streets. 450 Post Street San Francisco, CA 94102
415-677-9596
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14 events
2 reviews
1 stars
We ate at Colibri, and enjoyed it.
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35 events
24 reviews
1 stars
Parking at Sutter-Stockton garage ~ $15 for afternoon performance. Spirits and snacks reasonably priced during their "happy hour"
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"Jerusalem"
62 ratings
3.7 average rating
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55 events
29 reviews
7 stars
attended Jan 24 2014

Splendid acting. But we both found it impossible to care about most of the characters. Johnny deals drugs to kids and befouls the very corner of England he supposedly loves. He lies. He cheats. Who cares?

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14 reviews
5 stars
attended Jan 22 2014

Three hours with 3 intermissions. I was not expecting that. The set is really cool but the play was super boring.

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51 events
40 reviews
5 stars
attended Jan 21 2014

I loved this play. Brian Dykstra was excellent in the role of Rooster, and the supporting actors as his band of misfits and outcasts were excellent as well. I say go see it!

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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

Description

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.