Theater & Shows in Glen Park


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  • The Blind Cafe
    Before the dinner begins, each diner moves their drink to their left hand and lines up, placing their free hand on the shoulder of the person in front of them. That person could be a loved one or a stranger, but very shortly, trusting them will become important. A host walks the line to make sure everyone is ready, then pulls aside a heavy, canvas curtain flap, revealing a room of pitch darkness. The group of people file in, led by the waitstaff?blind people lending others their expertise at moving sightlessly?who help the group to their tables. In the absence of sight, other senses take over at the meal; diners focus on the aroma and flavor of the plates of food that come before them. Local chefs craft purely vegetarian meals, forgoing elements of presentation to instead create interesting textures and tastes. As the evening commences, the meal pairs with an original soundtrack composed expressly for the event before turning into a Q&A with the blind waitstaff. The event doesn't just excite senses, but aims to educate visitors about life as a blind person. Yet for all the good it does, the event doesn't stick around forever: as a pop-up based in San Francisco, the organizers bring this experience to cities around the country for special temporary engagements.
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    101 Gold Mine Drive
    San Francisco, CA US
  • The Rabbit Hole
    Established: 2013 Reservations/Appointments: Required Staff Size: 2?10 people Handicap Accessible: Yes Parking: Metered street parking Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Theater Camps/Birthday Parties Recommended Age Group: Kids
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    3435 Cesar Chavez Street
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Balançoire
    From their perch in the Mission District, the culinary artists at Balançoire present brunch and dinner inspired by the regional cuisines of Louisiana and France. The restaurant houses two dance floors, two bars, and a stage that hosts live nighttime performances, a tradition begun by French kings who would interrupt dinner to read their memoirs out loud from cover to cover. Behind the scenes, chefs build brunch dishes, including the croque-monsieur, croque-madame with a sunny-side up egg, and brioche french toast, many of which are accompanied by cocktails and West Coast beers. In the evening, they mix French and creole recipes in dishes such as fried artichokes with rémoulade, eggplant fusilli, and creole prawns in spicy lime sauce.
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    2565 Mission St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Red Poppy Art House
    In the heart of the Mission District on Folsom Street is the Red Poppy Art House which has hosted many performances, exhibitions, workshops, and artist residencies. In this small space where the creative process lives and art and music flourish is a feeling of community. This volunteer-run artist’s studio/performance space features the power of music and art, and how that power can touch something in the souls of visitors there. In fact, what they say they like best about the Red Poppy Art House is that its environment that encourages visitors to take down the walls the separate them from other people with like interests there. People talk to each other. Friendships are born. Artists are inspirited. Come to a musical performance and you’ll be able to almost reach out and touch the performer. It’s that intimate. The center is open Tuesday through Saturday.
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    2698 Folsom St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Duniya Dance and Drum Company
    Duniya's experienced instructors will break down each leap and turn into easy-to-understand moves that quickly become second nature. Incorporate the steps of worldly cultures into your current bag of tricks, forging a magnetic presence on the dance floor. While learning to cut rugs in newfangled ways, dancers will simultaneously work up a sweat. Dance is an often-overlooked exercise, even though it can provide the same caloric displacement as traditional workouts such as tire flipping and keg tossing.
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    3380 19th St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • The Dark Room Theater
    The Dark Room is a 50-seat performance space plunked in the Mission’s exact center, serving as a powerhouse of stand-up and underground theater for years. While not a black box, student-run space per se, guests definitely shouldn’t expect any frills at this former bar. Far from bad drapes and the standard comedy club’s brick wall background, this eccentric space pops with personality, including bathrooms plastered in historical tidbits from the SF theater scene from years past. Frequent shows include indie stand up sets, local talent shows and, lately, live renditions of classic TV episodes and a Sunday Bad Movie Night, which is something of a local tradition. For those looking to inquire, The Dark Room also doubles as a rentable space for rehearsals or shows.
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    2263 Mission St.
    San Francisco, CA US

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