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near the corner of Geary and Mason 415 Geary St. San Francisco, CA 94102
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16 events
5 reviews
4 stars
Dinner at Puccini And Pinetti always a good choice.
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9 reviews
0 stars
The balcony seats are REALLY high up.
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"Kiki & Herb: Alive from Broadway"
141 ratings
4.1 average rating
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7 events
5 reviews
0 stars
attended Jul 14 2007

I did not realize that Kiki was a female impersonator otherwise I would not have attended this event. Also, I usually don't mind political humor but when it's only one sided it gets a bit boring. However, the audience in San Francisco was estatic....continued

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9 events
6 reviews
57 stars
attended Jul 15 2007

We especially didn't appreciate Kiki's irreverant comments about religion especially those aimed at the Catholic Church, the pope, Jerry Falwell's death, and George W. Bush. Had we known that this supposedly funny material would be included, we...continued

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15 events
5 reviews
0 stars
attended Jul 14 2007

It was difficult to hear the punchlines or songs because at times the piano was too loud. So really, I only heard rumblings...

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Quotes & Highlights

Kiki & Herb: Alive on Broadway are alive with a capital A. Irresistibly full-bodied art and perverse showbiz genius. A magnified cabaret concert that has the heat and dazzle of great balls of fire.” _—The New York Times _
Top Ten List & “Best of 2006” in _The New York Times _


Not satisfied simply doing endless versions of cabaret standards, Kiki & Herb display their unique musical prowess reinventing popular songs by great 20th- and 21st-century artists like Wu-Tang Clan, Joni Mitchell, Styx, Pat Benatar, Radiohead, Nirvana, Bonnie Tyler, and Britney Spears. Kiki DuRane is a brash, boozy, septuagenarian chanteuse. She’s never much cared what other people think, but she’s always willing to say what she thinks. Onstage with her stalwart accompanist and only living friend Herb, Kiki somehow stumbles her way through a selection of songs, punctuated by political rants, searching social commentary, and recollections of a lifetime filled with unforgettable memories.