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Eddy St Theatreplex - The EXIT Theatre
Between Taylor & Mason 156 Eddy St. San Francisco, CA 94102
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Siam Thai is a great place around the corner on Ellis and Mason. Yum!
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There are a few reasonably priced lots in the area, which is generally a good idea unless you get there early (before 6) because on-street parking can be tough to find when you get closer to dinner time and much of the area is known for car break-ins.
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"Third Annual Christmas Crap-Array"
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Do you develop a twitch each year when “Jingle Bells” is playing in department stores the day after Thanksgiving? Are you dreading the cloying cheer and tacky, cheap gifts that get passed around in December like swine flu? Do you love Christmas but can’t resist substituting filthy lyrics to old sacred songs? Then make “Christmas Crap-Array” your new holiday tradition!

For the past two years “Christmas Crap-Array” has sold out to delighted audiences. Now, the Lesbian/Gay Chorus of San Francisco, under the direction of Stephanie Lynne Smith, brings back “Crap-Array” for a third, fabulous round!

This twisted adult cabaret of clever and irreverent offerings will be held at the intimate EXIT Theatre. The cabaret showcases soloists and ensembles performing the kind of raunchy, hilarious songs and skits that have become the Chorus’s signature. With their traditionally warped holiday sing-along, this fundraiser for LGCSF is sure to delight and offend!

The EXIT Café opens one hour before the show and sells beer, wine, pizza, wraps, and other food.

LGCSF events are sponsored in part by a grant from Grants for the Arts/San Francisco Hotel Tax Fund.

About the Ticket Supplier: The Lesbian / Gay Chorus of San Francisco

The Lesbian/Gay Chorus of San Francisco seeks to build and enrich our communities through the universal language of music.