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Tides Theatre
533 Sutter St. San Francisco, CA 94102
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We had reservations for after the show and topped the evening off with a really fabulous meal at Jeanne D'Arc at the Cornell Hotel just around the corner on Bush St. I cannot recommend this restaurant too highly. Beautiful food and refined and friendly service. I will be returning to this hidden gem!
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"The Couch"
22 ratings
3.9 average rating
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410 stars
attended Mar 10 2013

Overall, acting was well done. We enjoyed the wife the most. Kept my attention almost the entire time. The theater company is wonderful. Go support them. They were also kind enough to provide snacks and wine. That always makes the experience...continued

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attended Mar 10 2013

Excellent performance and very entertaining story. Bravo!

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27 stars
attended Mar 28 2013

The play was excellent. The actors really got into their roles and when the glass
dropped for real it was a shock. The only negative was the stairs up to the theater.
The theater is not really accessible for someone who is handicapped.

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Quotes & Highlights

Directed here by Amy Glazer with great panache, The Couch features a stellar cast … Kaufman’s triumphant, feminist ending is both hilarious and deeply satisfying. — San Francisco Examiner

In director Amy Glazer’s skilled hands, it is a perfect jewel of a play._ The Couch _unfolds with clarity and humorous twists, authentic costuming, and tight performances by a talented ensemble. — Marin Scope

Maggie Mason as Jung’s mistress and protégé Antoinette Wolf, and Courtney Walsh playing his wife Emma, are the main roles and are both done with aplomb and believability. —