Venue Details

19 Star Starred
Eddy St Theatreplex - The EXIT Theatre
Between Taylor & Mason 156 Eddy St. San Francisco, CA 94102
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There's a lot across the street for $15, but there are also plenty of metered (but free in the evening) spaces available. Just like you would in any other neighborhood in the city, do not leave ~anything~ and I mean absolutely anything visible inside your vehicle.
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Reviews & Ratings

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4.7 average rating
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13 events
5 reviews
0 stars
attended Aug 09 2013

Go see AGE OF BEAUTY!!! Intimate, funny, bittersweet meditation on getting older...on friendship, husbands, lovers... lost socks... Draws you into the time-defying... continued

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44 events
32 reviews
16 stars
attended Aug 15 2013

I thought the actors were excellent, and their audacity to play virtually in the audience took great courage. Perhaps I am too old. I found much of the dialogue vapid... continued

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Deb Cardenas
29 events
10 reviews
-7 stars
attended Aug 15 2013

I have been to this theater (Exit) before and have never been disappointed. The venue is intimate and the material is great. The Age of Beauty is a wonderful story on... continued

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In New York, Susan (Emma Rose Shelton) and Regina (Sylvia Hathaway) are re-united for the first time after a decade of not speaking, and over lunch they dance around the possibility of rekindling their friendship. In Oakland, long-distance friends Imogen (Emma Rose Shelton) and Jenny (Sylvia Hathaway) are having lunch during Imogen’s visit to the Bay Area following the birth of Jenny’s first child and the publication of Imogen’s book about their mutual past. On a train between Oakland and New York, Lisa (Allison Page) and Deva (Megan Briggs), who have been attending the same yoga class for the last year, negotiate taking their budding friendship to a deeper level. In separate places, Pauline (Megan Briggs) and Vera (Allison Page) each contemplate the end of their romantic relationship with one another, and how we process a relationship that has run its course. 

The Age of Beauty tracks how we change, how we grow apart, how we grow back together again, and how our perceptions of each other bridge or create the distance between any two people at any given time in our lives.