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127 Star Starred
The Eureka Theatre
between Battery and Front 215 Jackson St. San Francisco, CA 94111
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107 events
73 reviews
6 stars
#1 California and cable car both just a few blocks away. Personally, I just walked to the venue!
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31 events
11 reviews
13 stars
The weather was sunny and windy. I wore Slacks and a cute top. It was warm and no sweater needed..
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"Painting the Clouds With Sunshine"
46 ratings
4.6 average rating
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292 events
149 reviews
37 stars
attended Apr 04 2014

I thoroughly enjoyed this experience. It was great fun hearing these old songs of which I knew only a few of them. The cast was one of the best that this venue has had as there were no weak links. The show also had more production value than in...continued

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110 events
53 reviews
70 stars
attended Apr 16 2014

Haven't been to a 42nd Street Moon show in several years; wasn't expecting a fully-staged show with extensive choreography. Found the show and performers generally charming, and the choice of songs from 1930s musical films clever and very...continued

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107 events
38 reviews
28 stars
attended Apr 12 2014

A terrible idea poorly executed.

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About the Ticket Supplier: 42nd Street Moon

During the 1920s and early 1930s, the bright lights of Broadway were known as “The 42nd Street Moon,” honoring the theatre’s most exciting thoroughfare. San Francisco’s 42nd Street Moon—named after the popular Broadway sobriquet—is now in its seventeenth season. To date they have presented 95 rarely performed musicals, as well as several revues celebrating the dazzling legacy of the 20th Century’s greatest musical theatre composers and lyricists. 42nd Street Moon makes great musicals sing again by finding (and often painstakingly restoring) “lost” classics. Their productions are fully acted, sung, and performed in an intimate production format with choreography, minimal costumes and set decoration, and accompaniment only by piano or small ensemble. In this way the story, characterization, dance, and music can be enjoyed in its purest form at affordable ticket prices for all audiences.