Friday, July 17, 2009

A Comic Feast

"Theater You Can Eat"

Four short plays about food

Written by

John Robinson


The plays will be presented by The People's Theater at Pena Pachamama, an award winning Bolivian Restaurant in North Beach, San Francisco. Pena Pachamama is located at 1630 Powell Street, between Union and Green streets, near Washington Square.


The plays open on Friday, July 31, and run until Sunday, September 6th.

Performances are:

Friday and Sunday nights only.

Friday Nights at 7 pm, with meals served beginning at 6 pm.

Sunday Nights at 5:30 pm, with meals served beginning at 5 pm.


The plays are:

"Wake Up Cup"

"The Toss Up"

"Ceviche"

"Chocolate"

Tickets are $39.00 with dinner and performance, $19.00 with tapas and performance.

"Theater You Can Eat"; performed by Mary Knoll, Traecy Corrigan, Tim Hendrixon, and John Patrick Moore; directed by Jim Reese.

call 415-259-1263 for reservations.
Or email maryaknoll@hotmail.com



Check out this San Francisco Weekly article!

Here is a review of the show from Leslie Katz of the San Francisco Examiner
And Linda Ayres-Frederick's review in the San Francisco Bay Times
Finally, The Bay Guardian has yet another GLOWING review written by Victoria Nguyen



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