Mark RomynFRIDAY NIGHT COMBO!

EXIT Cafe, 156 Eddy St, SF
8:30pm: MAY 22, JULY 17, OCT 30, 2015
FREE (A $5 DONATION WILL BE REQUESTED)
NO RESERVATION REQUIRED

EXIT Theatre’s longest running Variety Show! Featuring Comedy! Magic! Music! Readings! Theater! And More! Hosted by the Loveable Mark Romyn. Enjoy a beverage, nosh on our bistro menu, and see work-in-progress by some of the Bay Area’s outstanding artists.

Kranti Theatre-150LAAL BATTI EXPRESS (RED LIGHT EXPRESS)
Written, directed and performed by Krantikaris
EXIT Studio, 156 Eddy St, SF
ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY
3PM June 6, 2015
FREE BUT RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED
LIMIT OF TWO TICKETS
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Laal Batti Express (Red-Light Express) is a play written, directed and performed by Krantikaris (Hindi for “Revolutionaries), daughters of sex workers in Kamathipura, Asia’s most infamous red light area. They are young women, ages 13-19, with big dreams and big plans to change the world. Laal Batti Express is a three-segment depiction of their past, present and future — their Continue reading

ab-fab-3ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS
Royal British Comedy Theatre
EXIT Theatre, 156 Eddy St, SF
April 3 – June 27, 2015
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The live-stage version of the hit British sitcom—ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS: Season Two. Yes, Edina and Patsy are back in town after a smash-hit run of Season One last fall. Continue reading

rise-2RISE
Written & performed by Scott Barry
Directed by Joshua Townshend-Zellner
EXIT Stage Left, 156 Eddy St, SF
May 1,2,8,9,15,16,22,23, 2015
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Writer/performer Scott Barry, known locally for Solo Gig Squared, the critically lauded solo show about his time as a draft-pick for the San Francisco 49ers, premieres his newest solo show, RISE, a provocative new comedy where fantasy bargains with reality as one man desperately tries to regain his lost mojo, find love, and experience the ultimate happy ending. Continue reading

strangers-4-150WSTRANGERS WITH CANDY LIVE: THE EPISODES
Dreams on the Rocks Productions
directed by Dani Spinks
adapted for stage by Ralph Hoy, Bob McIntyre and Dani Spinks
EXIT Theatre, 156 Eddy St, SF
May 21 – May 30, 2015
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“I WAS A BOOZER, A LOSER AND A USER…”
Your favorite 46 yr old boozer, user, and loser is back!! From the team that brought you Strangers With XXXmas Candy now brings two classic Continue reading

WORKING-2-150WWORKING FOR THE MOUSE
Written and performed by Trevor Allen
Directed by Nancy Carlin
EXIT Theatre, 156 Eddy St, SF
June 5 to June 13, 2015
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What really goes on at the Happiest Place on Earth? Trevor Allen once played Pluto and the Mad Hatter at Disneyland. He returns with tales of quirky co-workers, militant managers, and backstage debauchery in this unique coming-of-age tale. Working for the Mouse blows pixie dust in your eyes while Continue reading

Claire Rice, Rachel Bublitz, and Tracy Held Potter, founders of  Loud and Unladylike

Claire Rice, Rachel Bublitz, and Tracy Held Potter, founders of Loud and Unladylike

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LOUD AND UNLADYLIKE
Three plays by Rachel Bublitz, Tracy Held Potter, and Claire Rice.
Produced by DIVAfest
EXIT Studio, 156 Eddy St, SF
June 25, 26, 27 and July 9, 10, and 11, 2015
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A staged reading festival featuring new plays by local playwrights Rachel Bublitz, Claire Rice, and Tracy Held Potter about historically significant, but lesser known women. These are women who have transcended the stereotype of what it means to be a ‘lady’. They are real people, women who have Continue reading

deskTHE DESK SET
by William Marchant
presented by No Nude Men, a theater-in-residence at EXIT Theatre
July 9 to July 25, 2015
EXIT Stage Left, 156 Eddy St, SF
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Dusted off and polished-up, this clever comedy about four women researchers who find their careers threatened by technological advancements that produce a machine capable of replacing them is surprisingly relevant, touching on everything from gender roles in the workplace to the ever changing expectations of professionals in the post tech-boom world. Continue reading

DIVA OR DIE BURLESQUE
Third Saturdayof the Month (except September)
8:30PM  (Doors Open 8pm)
EXIT Cafe, 156 Eddy St, SF
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Dramatic presentations using Burlesque like you’ve never seen it before. Come strip away your inhibitions in this intimate and cozy theater with comfortable seating, little tables, and every seat has a great view of the stage.

streetSTREET MAGIC LIVE SF
Frisco Fred & Friends
FIRST SATURDAYS OF THE MONTH
April 5, 2015 to December 5, 2015 (except September)
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San Francisco is world famous as a crucible for dynamic and unique Street Entertainers. Come and see three of Frisco’s best – you’ll see magic, juggling & crazy stunts UP CLOSE and LIVE, the way they should be, in an intimate theatre steps from Union Square. Continue reading

SATURDAY WRITE FEVER
8:30PM Every Second Saturday of the Month
EXIT Cafe, 156 Eddy St, SF
NO RESERVATIONS REQUIRED
writers, actors, directors, theater creators and theater audiences alike are invited for an evening of quick script-making and flash-fried performance! Continue reading

nerdNERD NATION
by Dhaya Lakshminarayanan
part of the United States of Asian America Festival
presented by Asian Pacific Islander Cultural Center
May 30, 2015 CLICK FOR USAAF TICKETS
then returning for DIVAfest
NOV 5 – 21, 2015 CLICK FOR DIVAfest TICKETS
EXIT Theatre, 156 Eddy St, SF

Nerd Nation is the story of Dhaya’s journey (and the journey of the REAL nerds in America) to challenge and change the mainstream narrative about nerds, and to start a movement on stage to make nerd culture cool, glamorous & funny.Comedian and storyteller Dhaya Lakshminarayanan

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mountMOUNT MISERY
By Andrew Saito, Directed by Rob Melrose, Cutting Ball Theater
EXIT on Taylor, 277 Taylor St, SF
May 8 – June 7, 2015
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Cutting Ball’s resident playwright Andrew Saito examines the United States’ inconsistent progress on issues of power and race through the colliding histories of two prominent American figures on one shared tract of land. On a plantation in Continue reading

community thrift

EXIT Theatre has partnered with the Community Thrift Store in the Mission district of San Francisco to benefit the theater.  All you have to do is bring your unwanted (and of course valuable) stuff to the Community Thrift Store and say that it is for EXIT Theatre.  They will Continue reading