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Eddy St Theatreplex - The EXIT Theatre
Between Taylor & Mason 156 Eddy St. San Francisco, CA 94102
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Siam Thai is a great place around the corner on Ellis and Mason. Yum!
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There are a few reasonably priced lots in the area, which is generally a good idea unless you get there early (before 6) because on-street parking can be tough to find when you get closer to dinner time and much of the area is known for car break-ins.
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"Salty Towers"
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attended Jul 08 2011

The actors tried really hard, and I give them credit for that. But the performance was full of messed up lines, over acting and bad jokes rendered poorly. I can not recommend this play.

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Salty Towers

Written by Dana C. Constance, Bryce Allemann, and Kathy Hicks.

Directed by Christopher P. Kelly.

Dimwitted Poseidon, the most underappreciated God of Mount Olympus and proprietor of a 2-star hotel at the bottom of the sea, is hoping for respect and redemption by vying to host the first Olympics. Can he, his venomous wife Medusa and a bumbling staff of sea creatures pass muster? Or will the clever goddess Athena outfox the short-fused Poseidon once again? The guest list includes a litany of insatiable gods behaving badly, a mounted singing toy fish and the optimistic one-hit wonder Bobby McFerrin….  It’s just another farcical day under the sea at Salty Towers.