Venue Details

80 Star Starred
The Gough Street Playhouse
1620 Gough St San Francisco, CA 94109
415-798-2682
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3.6 / 5 Rated by 59 members
Review from Andrea Laudate
Red Velvet 73 events 43 reviews

I love Steve Martin so when I saw his name I jumped at the chance to see what this group did with his writing. I was laughing at all the comic line, thinking about all the serious ones and the time flew by. I would recommend this play to everyone.

reviewed Sep 23 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from Barbara
36 events 26 reviews

Very entertaining performance in an intimate setting, up close and personal. The actors were as professional as any troupe and the production was impressive for a boutique community theater.

reviewed Oct 02 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from JennyCee
28 events 12 reviews

This is my second time at this great little theater in the back room of a stone church.
I love the intimate experience as the audiance is set up to sit on three sides of the stage and from where I was sitting the actors came within inches of me....continued

reviewed Sep 25 2011 report as inappropriate
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“Mercilessly comic … its double entendre wording is just a hoot. This cast … gives the words a salacious boost that keeps the laughs coming and coming. It’s such juicy fun to watch.” —ForAllEvents.com
“Nobody gives smirk like (Steve) Martin, and the company at Custom Made Theatre delivers the laughs. Lots of them…. Sexy fun. There are Jewish jokes. There are German jokes … There are old people jokes, fat people jokes, jokes on the bourgeoisie. There’s some alarming business with a sausage. And, this being Steve Martin, there is even a banjo joke.” —TheatreStorm.com
“If you are looking for an evening of non-intellectual fun laced with inoffensive sexual innuendo, wrapped in physical comedy … go to the compact and attractive Custom Made venue on Gough Street. … AJ Davenport dominates the stage with her entrance and exits conveying her sexual suppression in a series of hot flashes.” —_TheatreWorld _

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