Exit Sign: A Rock Opera
"Exit Sign: A Rock Opera" returns for one performance only to benefit the 2009 San Francisco Fringe Festival as part of the "Best of the Fringe." Also performing as "Best of the Fringe" are "Lost and Found in the Mission" (Friday September 26 @ 8:30pm), "Loving Fathers" (Saturday September 27 @ 6:30pm) and "The Punchline" (Saturday September 27 at 8:30pm). Tickets are $20 for each performance and are available at Brown Paper Tickets.
"Exit Sign: A Rock Opera," rock-and-roll musical adventure by musician/playwright Carrie Baum, follows a father and daughter as they travel through time, mortality, death, and love.
The poignant story, juxtaposed against catchy ditties like I Want It and Sex and Ice Cream, will make you alternate between head-bobbing and the sniffles. SF Weekly
Baums tunefully hard- and sweet-rocking tribute to her late father, fueled by strong voices and a dynamic four-piece band, is a blithe concoction of father-daughter affection, whimsy, and mourning. Robert Hurwitt, SF Chronicle
156 Eddy Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
|Minimum Age: 10|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|