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You just enter the building and take the elevator up to the 6th floor. Easy to get to on MUNI and easy to find.
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Drinks can be taken into the theatrical space, and apres the show, there are many options for dining experiences/
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"The Lullaby Tree"
5 ratings
4.2 average rating
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51 events
40 reviews
5 stars
attended Apr 13 2013

I loved this play! The playwright, Ian Walker, very cleverly juxtaposed a current issue with a touching family story. Wonderful acting, costuming, dialog. The theater is small and intimate. If you sit in the front row you feel almost part of the...continued

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8 reviews
14 stars
attended Apr 14 2013

Deeply moving piece of theatre in a fabulously intimate venue. Lots of unexpected twists and turns. At first it was a little hard to follow (the langauge is dense and playful), but the story came together so well in the end. I'm hoping to catch...continued

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3 reviews
6 stars
attended Apr 14 2013

Beautiful, unexpected, surprising play. There are two story lines that come together during the course of the play. The first is a fantasy, part Alice in Wonderland, part Pan's Labyrinth; the second an intense drama about crossed love and an...continued

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On Earth Day, April 20, 2013, the show will be donating 10% of ticket sales to The Watershed Project, a local nonprofit dedicated to preserving the San Francisco Bay.


Internationally acclaimed playwright Ian Walker “is a writer of impressive political and psychological sensibility,” declares the, “unafraid to tackle large themes and with the skills to do it right.” His work in the field of environmental health lends credibility and insight to the powerful voice he lends to the movement. Walker’s award-winning plays include Vigilance, A Beautiful Home for the Incurable and The Gravedigger’s Tango.

The All Access Pass includes:

__ -__One ticket to __The Lullaby Tree

-__Happy Hour Every Hour: Half off all consessions

Create your own story: An interactive workshop based on life stories and clothes (April 24, 2013 at 7:00pm and April 27, 2013 at 1:00pm). Following the smash hits Love, Loss, and What I Wore and The Vagina Monologues, this interactive workshop gives you a chance to create your own dramatic story based on the clothes and scars we wear. Every accident and surgery changes our lives - and so many of the clothes we wear support, challenge and re-affirm who we are. This workshop, led by producer Misha Hawk Wyatt, is perfect for everyone who wants to tell a story.

-Free staged reading of a new work in progress, Dan Sullivan’s Peppertree on May 1, 2013 at 7:00pm

-Join us for “Tea with the Director” on Sunday, April 28, 2013 at noon

-Free returns. You can return and see the show a second time if there is space available.

-Bring a youth between ages 12 and 16 for free. Your free youth pass is good on the night of your paid performance.

This show is recommended for children ages 11 and older.

Seating for these events and performances is limited. Reserve your seat in advance at (415) 335-6087.

About the Ticket Supplier: Second Wind Productions

Now in its 27th year, Second Wind Productions has performed from San Francisco to Edinburgh, Scotland. Its production of The Gravedigger’s Tango was called “fascinating, classy, invigorating, and smart,” by The San Francisco Examiner. “Effortlessly enthralls… gripping suspense deftly rendered,” writes the SF Bay Times of Second Wind’s production of The Woman in Black. And the Marin Independent writes, “Second Wind has a goal that is rare in today’s bottom-line theatre world: to use the stage to explore social and political issues that impact ordinary American lives.”

Second Wind is dedicated to theatre that approaches social and political issues from the human perspective. They embrace the tradition of theater as an instrument of both education and catharsis.