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176 Star Starred
New Conservatory Theatre Center
at Market Street 25 Van Ness Avenue San Francisco, CA 94102
415-861-8972
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"Lips Together, Teeth Apart"
50 ratings
3.9 average rating
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105 reviews
21 stars
attended Jun 20 2012

New Conservatory Theatre Center continues to provide a top-notch theatre experience. Although somewhat dated, the play is packed full of funny dialogue and touching moments. All four of my party enjoyed the evening very much.

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10 reviews
2 stars
attended Jun 06 2012

thoughtful story, good script and sets, excellent acting, good value, nice, intimate theatre!

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2 reviews
2 stars
attended Jun 06 2012

Wow. Really talented, excellent acting.
Moving play.
The stage was awesome.

It was an intense drama set in 1991. I highly recommend it.

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Description

_Lips Together, Teeth Apart _

by Terrence McNally

San Francisco Premiere

A gay community on Fire Island provides an unlikely backdrop for two straight couples who are observed poolside, staring out to sea. With gay men partying in the houses surrounding them, the four characters divert themselves with food, cocktails, fireworks, charades, and biting jabs at each other. Even the boys next door aren’t safe.

Directed by Dennis Lickteig, this production stars Sarah Mitchell, Marie O’Donnell, Michael Sally and Cameron Weston. _

This show is recommended for ages 16 and above, due to adult themes and language. _

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