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Shelton Theater
533 Sutter St. San Francisco, CA 94102
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6 reviews
5 stars
BART was the way to go. Lots of dining options from BART to the theatre
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17 reviews
6 stars
Drinks are available you can take inside
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4.2 average rating
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26 events
8 reviews
11 stars
attended Aug 05 2007

Solo House was great. Thanks to Kamau, Enzo, Bruce, Martha, and Julia for your amazing energy, passion, engagement, humor, reflection, and perspectivse. You each have a distinct and developed persona. Thanks for a riveting show. We'll be back. :)

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2 reviews
1 stars
attended Aug 05 2007

There were 4 solo performers, all unique in style and delivery. My date and I were impressed and thoroughly enjoyed the performances. It was obvious that each performer gave it their all. We loved the atmosphere (small, intimate theater) and the...continued

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75 reviews
27 stars
attended Sep 02 2007

I think the problem may well have been an age-related question. I am 48, my partner is 54. The themes that were dealt with in the first two skits seemed specifically aimed at younger audiences. They just didn't resonate with us. I can't tell...continued

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Shelton Studios presents SoloHouse, a new monthly showcase like nothing the Bay Area has seen before. The production is presented and directed by W. Kamau Bell, one of San Francisco’s finest comedians, as well as the director of long-running solo shows. Bell’s comic background brings a level of energy previously unseen in solo performance venues. Each SoloHouse showcase will feature an outstanding mix of solo performers including Beth Lissick, Bucky Sinister, Leslie Beam, Bruce Pachtman (whose previous solo show “don’t make me look too psychotic” ran for 81 weeks), Julia Jackson, Lisa Marie Rollins and Enzo Lombard. All of these acclaimed artists will be presenting dynamic new works.