Venue Details

79 Star Starred
The Gough Street Playhouse
1620 Gough St San Francisco, CA 94109
415-798-2682
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111 events
74 reviews
6 stars
The weather was sunny. I wore casual clothes are fine..
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51 events
45 reviews
58 stars
Parking was very hard to find, get there a hour in advance....
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Reviews & Ratings

"The Pain and the Itch"
49 ratings
4.4 average rating
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758 events
393 reviews
219 stars
attended Jan 19 2014

I really enjoyed the witty writing. Overall all it was well cast and well acted. There is certainly some very politically incorrect statements and humor so if that is not your "thing" be aware. It did have quite a serious ending though. Both...continued

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132 reviews
35 stars
attended Jan 19 2014

Highest praise for this show! Fantastic writing (Bruce Norris is a genius), acting, casting. LOVED IT!

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210 events
85 reviews
7 stars
attended Jan 24 2014

This is community theatre at its best. A small theater takes on a daring show. The show is very well cast with an ensemble that really works fantastically together. I totally recommend attending.

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Website

http://www.custommade.org/

Description

This show contains adult content and is recommended for those ages 13 and older.

About the Ticket Supplier: Custom Made Theatre Co.

Winner of multiple SF Bay Critic Circle awards, and Theatre Bay Area Award nominations, including the Best Overall Play of 2012, The Custom Made Theatre Co. is a San Francisco-based not-for-profit theatre dedicated to ensemble-based, socially relevant productions. Custom Made Made Theatre Co., now in its 17th season, is the main producing entity of Custom Made Theatre, an intimate 99-seat house one block from Union Square, where the company presents a six play season, along with numerous free readings, workshops and classes.