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128 Star Starred
The Eureka Theatre
between Battery and Front 215 Jackson St. San Francisco, CA 94111
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The weather was raining. I wore a sweater-most people were dressed casually..
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6 stars
#1 California and cable car both just a few blocks away. Personally, I just walked to the venue!
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163 events
64 reviews
338 stars
attended Nov 27 2013

Left at intermission... Yawn.

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96 events
59 reviews
27 stars
attended Dec 06 2013

Superlative cast, reasonable script. And, wonderfully, the actors are NOT miked. Live theatre is so much worse with amplified voices. Yet we could hear everything perfectly. Overall, definitely worth it, especially if you're a Peanuts fan.

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14 reviews
31 stars
attended Dec 11 2013

Fun and campy, with great voices and familiar Peanuts gags, such as Snoopy's typewriter and Lucy's 5-cent advice booth. We were impressed with the quality of the production and really enjoyed the show! And our seats were very good, despite being...

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Based on the comic strip “Peanuts” by Charles M. Schulz

Book by Charles M. Schulz Creative Associates, Warren Lockhart, Arthur Whitelaw, & Michael L. Grace

Music by Larry Grossman

Lyrics by Hal Hackady


Janine Burgener

Chloe Condon

Ian Leonard

Ashley Rae Little

Dyan McBride

Keith Pinto

Kyle Stoner

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