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All San Francisco Playhouse performances are proceeding as scheduled. We are committed to protecting the health and safety of our patrons, artists, and staff, and are closely monitoring the situation.
We are following the guidance of the World Health Organization and CDC, and taking the following actions at the theatre:
We encourage our audience to take the necessary steps to protect your health and the health of those around you. If you’re feeling ill, please stay home and follow the advice of medical professionals. We will continue to monitor the situation and take actions recommended by state and local authorities.
“King of the Yees Rules … A sense of joy and play infuses every line.” – San Francisco Chronicle “A wild ride through SF’s Chinatown … The hyper-local comedy charms from the get-go.” – San Francisco Examiner “A love letter to the Chinese Community and to The City itself.” – Theatre Eddys “Worthy of a crown … a buffet of hilarious and heartfelt performances” – Theatrius “24 hours later, we are still laughing. Lauren Yee’s King of the Yees is brilliant, innovative and self-deprecating while fiercely proud at the same time.” – SF Theater Blog “This is one of the funniest plays in the Bay Area today.” – Carol Benet, For All Events “A marvelous cast led by local icon Francis Jue” – Kedar Adour, For All Events “Find yourself lost in this lovely tale of filial love and responsibility.” – Talkin’ Broadway “A marvelous Chinatown ride! Lauren Yee’s play is a hilarious, thought-provoking experience.” – 48 Hills “At once hilariously honest, poignant and joyous, King of the Yees explores cultural, national and familial boundaries” – East Bay Times “The near-chaos is delightful. … It will tug at your heart.” – Bay Area Reporter “SF Playhouse’s King of the Yees is the perfect heartwarming adventure for the new year” – Daily Californian “Equal parts hilarity and poignancy, the show is a mysterious family drama that examines our love of family and culture.” – Bay Area Plays
“Full of magic! San Francisco Playhouse’s Mary Poppins can’t be beat.” – San Francisco Examiner “Just the sort of encouraging Holiday message we all need.” – Broadway World “This one glows with a rich sense of humor and plenty of heart … [San Francisco Playhouse’s] staging of Mary Poppins is a delightful experience.” – My Cultural Landscape “The ultimate nanny opens the door to sharing, humanity, and diversity–one family at a time.” – Theatrius “The remarkable El Beh is the perfect Mary for this production.” – Theatrestorm “Marvelously staged using a revolving set by Nina Ball and fantastic costumes by Abra Berman.” – For All Events “San Francisco Playhouse’s production of Mary Poppins is absolutely delightful, bringing us the spoonful of sugar we need to stomach these stressful times.” – Theater & Such ★★★★★ “An eye-popping, toe-tapping, big-smile-producing Mary Poppins that also has an edgier, darker undertone than most of its predecessors.” – Theatre Eddys “During the Christmas season it is great to have a show adults will love as much as their children.” – SF Theater Blog
“Riveting from start to finish” – San Francisco Examiner
“An entirely smart look into human conversations and how different cultural backgrounds complicate them” – The Daily Californian
“You Mean To Do Me Harm is an excellent opener for SF Playhouse’s 2018/19 season- intelligent, engaging and thought-provoking.” – For All Events
“A fascinating new play … the conflicts on stage feel real, as does the chemistry.” – KPFA