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Actors Theatre of San Francisco
855 Bush St. San Francisco, CA 94108
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18 events
1 review
1 stars
Check out nearby restaurants before and after.
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13 reviews
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I like to walk from BART. Great for the calves!
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"Savage in Limbo"
22 ratings
3.9 average rating
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11 events
3 reviews
3 stars
attended Nov 25 2011

Great story that I'm sure will remind you of experiences you've had at some point of your dating life. The actors did a very good job of interpreting their characters. Clever writing. You will have fun!

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2 reviews
6 stars
attended Oct 28 2011

How do we make radical changes in our lives? The characters of this play collide with energy and truth. It made me think of what it takes to make a radical change in ones life. Who gets to do it and who gets stuck in the mind mire! Loved the...continued

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1 review
0 stars
attended Nov 19 2011

April was phenomenal. Murk - eh. Linda - pretty decent. Tony - not New York enough for me. Savage - moments of goodness but I mostly didn't feel connected to her. She struck me as more awkward than "on the edge." Overall, I didn't feel moved...continued

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About the Ticket Supplier: Actors Theatre of San Francisco

Founded in August of 1989 by a group of professional actors and directors who shared a common desire to produce ensemble theatre works, the founding members of the Actors Theatre of San Francisco committed themselves to creating a permanent repertory company whose work would reflect their ideals of ensemble theatre: a theatre where all the participants share the same artistic vision, have a unified approach to the rehearsal process and a desire to create revelatory theatre that surpasses their desire for individual gain. The founding members gave themselves no restriction as to style, content or period. Instead, they committed themselves to producing theatre that is designed to enlighten and illuminate the human condition.