Tips for The Boxcar Playhouse

505 Natoma Street San Francisco CA 94103
Goldstar

192 The Boxcar Playhouse Tips

Paul
193 events
58 reviews
93 stars
The seating is cramped -- be prepared to climb, and to stay in place for the duration.
Vmedia
209 events
102 reviews
221 stars
Run to your car. and pee before you get their - but the street is cool as well
Vmedia
209 events
102 reviews
221 stars
Wine etc in the lobby - good prices
Vmedia
209 events
102 reviews
221 stars
SoMo - meters - tip the homeless to watch your car
Vmedia
209 events
102 reviews
221 stars
Its gets warm above the game board - come ready to climb steps
Annie
125 events
76 reviews
190 stars
Don't drink too much. No intermission and only one shared bathroom.
Annie
125 events
76 reviews
190 stars
Soda, Water, Beer and Wine available.
Annie
125 events
76 reviews
190 stars
Plenty of street parking on 6th and Natoma
Annie
125 events
76 reviews
190 stars
Casual is great.
MCP
MCP
65 events
39 reviews
21 stars
Avoid the really scary sixth street and walk down seventh to Natoma.
Vmedia
209 events
102 reviews
221 stars
See this show before it sells out ,, amazing Theatre
Vmedia
209 events
102 reviews
221 stars
The hood has great deals - 6th street is open market for anything
Vmedia
209 events
102 reviews
221 stars
Best hood for this kind or Icon classic. Be nice to the kids outside the venue
Vmedia
209 events
102 reviews
221 stars
The first act of the play is your walk to the theatre.. its a great street Theatre
Vmedia
209 events
102 reviews
221 stars
Its a cold walk to the venue - but warm in the studio stage
Paul
193 events
58 reviews
93 stars
Wear something light, as the theatre tends to be warm.
Jeff Walsh
123 events
20 reviews
5 stars
Thought it was GA, but seats are assigned, so no need to get there early.
tkb54
24 events
12 reviews
19 stars
It's in the ghetto, if you're not from SF do your homework or your date might be unnerved
Eileen Attridge
16 events
7 reviews
8 stars
Don't miss it!
Eileen Attridge
16 events
7 reviews
8 stars
Easy to find parking though it is a dicey neighborhood

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