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near the corner of Geary and Mason 415 Geary St. San Francisco, CA 94102
415-749-2228
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Colibri, directly across the street from the theater, is great for dinner before the show. Tasty tapas to share.
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ACT's theater is grand but you would think they would up date the seat size and leg room. Buy standing tickets if your over six feet tall..
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"The Little Foxes"
110 ratings
4.3 average rating
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178 reviews
24 stars
attended Oct 29 2006

ACT again demonstrates how to produce the classic American theater productions in a grand, elegant with talented casts, brilliant direction and giving visual excitement unsurpassed in the US.
The ensemble worked smoothly in this challenging...continued

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Joyce Red Velvet
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79 reviews
1 stars
attended Oct 29 2006

Goldstar got us great seats and we thoroughly enjoyed the play. The actors were
top notch and the great seats allowed us to really appreciate the actors skills!

Thanks Again Goldstar!

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13 reviews
4 stars
attended Nov 07 2006

It was a terrific play.

A suggestion: Is it possible for subscriber to actually see the seats being purchased? There is a program in NY that allows that.

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Quotes & Highlights

“Searing…Packs a personal wallop.” —Variety

Description

Playwright, activist, lover, blacklisted screenwriter—Lillian Hellman, with her rabble-rousing life and work, continues to exert a captivating hold on American culture. The Little Foxes reveals Hellman’s unrivaled ability to create some of the meatiest roles in the modern canon, including Regina Giddens, a character the _New York Times _called “that malignant Southern bitch-goddess.” When a prospective business deal promises to bring Regina and her wealthy brothers even more money, they each scramble to secure the spoils for themselves—by any means necessary. The Little Foxes is Hellman at the top of her dramatic form, handing down a juicy indictment of the oldest American family value of all: greed.