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Shelton Theater
533 Sutter St. San Francisco, CA 94102
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BART was the way to go. Lots of dining options from BART to the theatre
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"Oh, Yes She Did!"
124 ratings
4.7 average rating
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594 events
505 reviews
100 stars
attended Oct 14 2012

Great historical journey. I admire what this performer has done.

BUT...really poor welcome at the box office, no concessions, show started about 15 minutes late, problem with mic and video interruption and show ran for about 2 1/2...continued

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183 reviews
3 stars
attended Oct 28 2012

History came alive in the hands of a masterful performer. Sandy took on the persona of great women in American history and did it with such skill and aplomb that I was completely swept up in the illusion.

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390 reviews
184 stars
attended Mar 15 2012

I see a TON of theater and let me tell you, this woman deserves five stars or more. Simply outstanding the way she can morph into any character. Excellent acting, singing, dancing, and audience interaction. At times, I felt like I was really...continued

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Ms. Brown is herself a pioneer of today, forging her own artistic creation…in a town full of celebrities…she herself is breaking new ground.—The Examiner
“Sandy Brown’s one-woman show is a tour de force… Brown nails each character… the whole theme of social justice and social injustice of the show is just brilliant!” —KGO
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Read Goldstar members’ reviews of _Oh, Yes, She Did! _during its run in Los Angeles. _ _
It was quite incredible… this performance has only strengthened my feminist and egalitarian beliefs.” —The Feminist Humor Blog


Come time-travel, as dynamic actress/comedienne Sandy Brown’s historical one-woman show Oh, Yes She Did! blazes the stage “breathing to life” powerful legacies of bold black women pioneers whose triumphs over challenges changed the course of American history through the centuries.

Blending drama, humor, music, dance, and multi-media, Oh Yes She Did! is an innovative theatrical ride embraced by audiences, campuses, critics, and community leaders as a vibrant and exciting new cultural treasure.

The performance contains brief, mature imagery and language in depiction of actual historical events.