New Caryl Churchill play breaks in ACT’s shiny new Strand Theater. Read my review on KQED Arts.
The last time I’d been in the Strand was 25 years ago, back when it was a grimy old movie theater, attending the Rocky Horror Picture Show because I was dating somebody in the live cast at the time. It looks a whole lot different now.
Joel Bernard, Mia Tagano, and Cindy Goldfield in Caryl Churchill’s Love and Information, American Conservatory Theater’s first play at the Strand Theater. Photo by Kevin Berne.
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Love and Information
Through August 9
American Conservatory Theater
The Strand Theater
1127 Market Street
San Francisco, CA
Show #56 of 2015, attended June 17.