Venue Details

11 Star Starred
Bindlestiff Studio
at Howard 185 6th Street San Francisco, CA 94103
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27 events
8 reviews
0 stars
I wore layers, which was fortunare because it got quite hot after a while, but not a problem since I could peel off my sweater..
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17 events
12 reviews
0 stars
Not a neighborhood you want to be walking around in after dark, so drive or take a cab.
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Reviews & Ratings

"The Two Chairs"
4 ratings
3.8 average rating
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9 events
1 review
7 stars
attended Mar 30 2014

Puzzling at times, but always engaging. Don't expect to understand the "big picture" until the end--just go with the flow and absorb each vignette for its own sake, as the characters reveal themselves.

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637 events
548 reviews
112 stars
attended Apr 11 2014

I could hardly sit through this one it was so boring and hard to understand. I also didn't like the fact that the cast advertised in the picture were not the people performing the show...what's up with that. Not sure it would have make this...continued

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13 events
9 reviews
47 stars
attended Apr 11 2014

Great experience. Loved it. Only note: I'm from LA; not really familiar with SF. Theatre in a colorful part of town.

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More Information


This show is recommended for those ages 13 and older, and features complex adult relationships and strong language.

Running time is 80 minutes, and there’s no intermission.

“Charles Pike and Scott Baker, who perform under the name PUS but are known in some quarters as the ‘Beckett Boys,’ have been staging excellent productions of these smaller works in the kinds of tiny performance spaces — coffeehouses, back rooms of bars — that drive directors of more conventional plays crazy … no one else in Chicago approaches Beckett with the same joyous intensity as the Beckett Boys.” —Jack Helbig, The Chicago Reader