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EXIT Theatre

San Francisco


EXIT Theatre operates five storefront theaters in downtown San Francisco that present a large variety of independent performance in a bohemian cabaret atmosphere.
Founded in 1983 EXIT Theatre also annually produces the San Francisco Fringe Festival, the largest grass roots theater festival in the Bay Area, and DIVAfest, dedicated to creating new work by women writers.

Events

Frequent Fringer 10 Show Pass

September 09, 2016 7:00 PM

See 10 shows in the 2016 San Francisco Fringe Festival for $85. Good for one ticket per show for the cardholder only. Not good for "Best of the Fringe" benefit shows.
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Frequent Fringer 5 Show Pass

September 09, 2016 7:00 PM

See 5 shows in the 2016 San Francisco Fringe Festival for $45. Good for one ticket per show for the cardholder only. Not good for "Best of the Fringe" benefit shows.
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HEART in the HOOD

September 09, 2016 8:30 PM - September 24, 2016 4:00 PM

Unforgettable! Riveting! Endearing! An ex-con, the good beggar, funeral sermon and refrigerator, but where is Party Jesus of 22nd Street? "Part one sold out with a standing ovation at The Marsh!" The uplifting true story about Michael Sommers and the real denizens of Mikes adopted neighborhood. Mike moved from small town Vermont to the 'Hood, inner-city West Oakland, and plays all 16 characters who run the gamut from poignant to hilarious. Sommers' sequel to HICK in the HOOD delves deeper into the lives of his unlikely yet beloved neighbors. Through Mike and his harmonica, we hear their words, laugh with their optimism and begin to understand the misunderstood and beautiful people of 22nd Street! A superb storyteller, Sommers characters are riveting! Michael Sommers plays the recurring character BUG on "Sense8" - NETFLIX
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Awaiting the Podiatrist

September 24, 2016 4:00 PM

SONGS! PUPPETS! INNER TORMENT! This slightly world-renowned lesbian playwright finds herself in a room in Intensive Care, caught between her comatose father and her terminally irritating mother. Should Mom and Terry pull the plug on Dad? If not, who will cut his monstrous toenails? A near-life experience brought to you by modern medicine. PODIATRIST speaks to anyone whos ever had parents. SF Chronicle
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The Chronic Single's Handbook

September 24, 2016 4:00 PM

A chronically single guy takes a trip around world looking for the woman of his dreams. It's an unflinching look at how men feel about sex, love, marriage, and massage parlors. "A lot of fun to watch. Four Stars" (Winnipeg Free Press) "Literary" "Funny" "Raw" (DCMetroTheaterArts) "Sharply funnya quality solo show" (FringeReview)
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Abracadabra!

September 24, 2016 5:30 PM

Three strangely magical tales of fate, of journeys taken, of crossings interrupted. A Woman steps out into a crosswalk, clutching a bag of tamales. She looks both ways, but does she see it coming? Does anyone ever see it coming? Marian packs a suitcase as if she were really going somewhereand maybe, just maybe she is. An old man, older than dirt, leafs through a box of crumbling photos while his daughter wields a mop in desperate combat with a gigantic thawing, dripping... well, youll just have to see it to find out what. OUT OF THE DARKNESS and WATERSHED by Linda Ayres-Frederick with THE SUITCASE by Nancy Cooper Frank, presented by the Best of Fringe 2014 winning team Frank & Frederick.
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A sentence is inside itself

September 24, 2016 5:30 PM

A pastiche in words, music and movement celebrating Gertrude Stein and the essence of Samuel Beckett. Using 3 stools, 3 hats and an accordion, the players build a temporal monument to Oakland's favorite daughter and one of Dublin's favorite sons. A sentence is inside itself combines obscurity with enlightenment and proves Steins statement that It is always a mistake to be plain spoken.
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Carl and Beatrice Live at The EXIT

September 24, 2016 5:30 PM

Some say Carl found Beatrice first. Others will tell you it was Bea who spotted Carl. However it happened -and they probably saw each other at the exact same time- they are together now; making music, dreaming dreams, and telling stories.
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Best of the Fringe - EXIT Stage Left - The Unspeakable Act

September 24, 2016 7:00 PM

The Unspeakable Act by Steven Hess, Music by Jonathan Fadner, 23 Elephants Inspired by an ancient Japanese fairytale, The Unspeakable Act follows an empress on her journey of sexual discovery with an unlikely lover: a hermit-monk turned demonic sex stud. Through the use of improvisation, dance and original music, 23 Elephants has created a show rife with physical comedy and throbbing with innuendo. Funny, energetic, and weird. Pure Fringe! Dont miss it! -- audience review
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Best of the Fringe - "Tales of a Sexual Tomboy" by Joyful Raven

September 24, 2016 7:00 PM

Tales of a Sexual Tomboy, Joyful Raven, directed by Jael Weisman, with creative support from Micaela Cirimeli A raucous one-woman comedy about a horny tomboy, equipped with bad boundaries from her hippie upbringing, looking for empowerment in all the wrong places. Blending standup and story telling, Raven recounts some of the more hilarious and misguided moments from her treacherous path towards sexual liberation. What a great show! So funny, and honest, raw, and emotional. I loved it. -- audience review
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Best of the Fringe - "What They Said About Love" by Steve Budd

September 24, 2016 7:00 PM

Meet a New Age couple that met before they met, an artist who cant resist homeless guys in her West Oakland hood, a guy who falls for women who remind him of his mother, and a pair of Metal Heads who thought it would be a hoot to get married on 6-6-6. Satisfy your voyeuristic tendencies about how others look for loveand, in some cases, find it. Who knows? You might learn the secret to finding your life partner. Wows!!! Thrilling to watch this, think about repercussions, experience variations, and be amazed by the characterizations. -- audience review
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Paradise Street by Clive Barker

December 01, 2016 8:00 PM - December 17, 2016 8:00 PM

The American Premiere of a Truly Unusual Christmas Play by best-selling author Clive Barker. A strange magical Christmas play about England's greatest monarch, the search for meaning in a godless world, and STDs.
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EXIT Theatre
Christina Augello

Address
156 Eddy Street
San Francisco 94102


Phone
415-931-1094

Email
mail@sffringe.org

Website
http://www.sffringe.org

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