Exit Theatre

Where
156 Eddy St, San Francisco , CA
Call
415 6733847
Web
Exit Theatre Website
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A home for San Francisco theatre since 1983.

All four EXIT Stages are near the corner of Eddy & Taylor Streets in downtown San Francisco. EXIT Theatre, EXIT Stage Left, and the EXIT Cafe are located at 156 Eddy Street (between Mason & Taylor Streets). EXIT on Taylor is located just around the corner at 277 Taylor Street (between Eddy & Ellis). They are located just west of the cable car turnaround at Powell and Market Streets.

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  • The Monk

    Solid Gothic
    10/17/2008 by Ann Taylor

    As I walk into the Exit Theatre, it is as though I am entering the bowels of Hell itself-- the hallway narrows and darkens, and I find an empty seat in the tiny black womb of the theatre. The stage i...  More »

  • The Maids

    A Dangerous Game of Dress-Up at Exit Stage Left
    02/10/2006 by Nirmala Nataraj

    Early twentieth century playwright Jean Genet was a devilish provocateur whose works belong to the realm of high concept tragedy but encompass all the vulgar fodder of the low-brow, including tawdry t...  More »

  • Snake Ladies, Pirates, and Roaches-Oh My!

    Risk is This... The Cutting Ball New Play Festival
    03/12/2004 by Nirmala Nataraj

    Elaborate set designs, bizarre costumes, and actorly chicanery are all very nice, but there's a lot to be said for leaving something to the imagination. That's why I opt in favor of the reading, that ...  More »

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