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The Gough Street Playhouse
1620 Gough St San Francisco, CA 94109
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The weather was sunny. I wore casual clothes are fine..
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62 stars
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Reviews & Ratings

"The Play About the Baby"
59 ratings
3.8 average rating
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Nancy F.
157 events
45 reviews
314 stars
attended Sep 30 2012

Vintage strange Albee, lively production, EXCELLENT cast. Well worth your time!

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ChrisE Red Velvet
143 events
13 reviews
12 stars
attended Sep 30 2012

It was wonderful to have an opportunity to see this seldom-performed work by a famed playwright. The four fine actors did a terrific job of bringing Albee's clever, funny, and ultimately heart-wrenching play to life.

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70 reviews
21 stars
attended Sep 08 2012

Solid production. Terrific ensemble cast. Nice little theater. Extremely friendly staff. (I ended up buying a season subscription to this company after the show -- which means I was pleased with my experience and look forward to the rest of the...continued

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Quotes & Highlights

“Director Brian Katz’s production is surreal, riotous, troubling, intimate and heartbreaking. " —
“The Actors are awesome … they deserve a couple of Oscars … What a show! Wonderful and imaginative…" —
“This production evokes new appreciation of the clicking mind behind one of America’s theatrical treasures.” —_Stage and Cinema _
“Apolished gem of black comedy.” —


Directed by Custom Made Artistic Director Brian Katz

Starring Richard Aiello, Linda Ayres-Frederick*, Anya Kazimierski and Shane Rhoades

*Courtesy of Actors Equity Association

The Play About the Baby is intended for mature audiences only. Due to nudity and adult themes/language, no one under the age of 16 will be admitted without a parent or guardian.