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Curran
Between Mason and Taylor 445 Geary Street San Francisco, CA 94102
415-358-1220
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Rated by 75 members
Sally
Review from Sally
Red Velvet 204 events 109 reviews

I paid for cheap seats but got orchestra right in the middle, since it was a matinee and only half full.
The singing and dancing were amazing, and the story was interesting.
Alyse Louis has to be the most talented individual I've ever seen.

reviewed Jun 27 2018 report as inappropriate
janey47
Review from janey47
Red Velvet 59 events 24 reviews

This play was an unexpected delight. I was completely taken with the premise and the "delivery system" worked perfectly. The musical within the play gave me the same thrill that the classic musicals do and the story is timely, clever, funny, and...continued

reviewed Jul 08 2018 report as inappropriate
Robert Haar
Review from Robert Haar
Red Velvet 72 events 13 reviews

Singing is amazing. A weak, slight story and the pacing needs lots more work.

reviewed Jun 30 2018 report as inappropriate
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Quotes & Highlights

“Marvelous…whip-smart in its humor and commentary on the Trump era…The Golden Age-esque choreography by Sam Pinkleton is worth the price of admission alone.” — OpeningNightSF

“The most important musical since Hamilton…Bracing originality, thrilling artistry, abundant intelligence, and expert execution…Tremendously entertaining and thought-provoking.” — TheaterDogs

" Soft Power is a marvelously clever look at America through a different lens…The songs seem as if they must have been as much of a blast to create as they are to behold.” — Bay Area News Group

“Timely and timeless…a treat from start to finish.” — San Francisco Examiner

“The goal of Soft Power is to detoxify us, and offer a path forward.” — San Francisco Chronicle

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