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San Francisco Playhouse
Between Powell and Mason Streets. 450 Post Street San Francisco, CA 94102
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4.4 / 5 Rated by 31 members
Review from Hayley Beale
Red Velvet 18 events 1 review

Noises Off was terrific. The first act is a little slow, but then the second and third ones are absolute riots! The choreographed precision of the farce was perfectly done and the actors were uniformly excellent. My whole family enjoyed the show...continued

reviewed Apr 15 2017 report as inappropriate
Review from Baby J
115 events 85 reviews

This is a terriic production that makes up from some real doozies of late from SF Playhouse (The Christians, The Nether, etc.) The incredibly talented cast is fully present during every minute of this very physically challenging production. I...continued

reviewed Apr 06 2017 report as inappropriate
Review from Buddy's Dad
78 events 63 reviews

Noises Off is one of my favorite plays. It is very difficult to do well and the San Francisco Playhouse did a bang up job (literally) in succeeding wonderfully.

I had a front row mezzanine seat which was a great view. I would imagine the steep...continued

reviewed Apr 18 2017 report as inappropriate
Review from AJ
68 events 33 reviews

Don't be fooled. Only about 20% laughed at this slapstick performance having a script appropriate for an audience in 1918. Staying for the the second act was a big mistake. If you have to see it, drink a lot beforehand.

reviewed Apr 06 2017 report as inappropriate
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