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Culture, The Exhibitionist R.I.P.: The Dark Room (2004 - 2015)

R.I.P.: The Dark Room (2004 - 2015)

San Francisco just got about 20 percent less cool. Ever since 2004, the Dark Room Theater at 2263 Mission has regularly put on stand-up comedy and sketch shows, as well as stage parodies of Star Wars, The Terminator,…
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News, The Snitch Dark Room Reopens: Bad Movie Night Is Back

Dark Room Reopens: Bad Movie Night Is Back

After a string of bad luck — broken sound equipment, busted chairs, and a cease-and-desist letter from the owners of the Spamalot franchise — brought the Dark Room's production of Monty Python and the Holy Grail to a screeching halt…
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News, Sucka Free City Edge of Darkness: The Dark Room Closes, for Now

Edge of Darkness: The Dark Room Closes, for Now

The Dark Room, a black-box theater on Mission, went dark in June, but only temporarily, according to owner Jim Fourniadis. "We just had a run of bad luck," he says, recounting various misfortunes that befell the theater in May. Fourniadis…
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Arthouse Movie Listings January 15-21, 2014

Clay Theatre. The Past (Le Passé): A new dramatic mystery from Oscar-winning Iranian director Asghar Farhadi (A Separation). Daily. 2261 Fillmore St., San Francisco, 267-4893, Dark Room Theater. Bad Movie Night: Hosts Sherilyn Connelly (aka SF Weekly's film critic)…
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Calendar, Night&Day The Monster Without

The Monster Without

Attaboy's mind travels places we don't want to go. But that's not to say we don't want to see where he's been. We do. And we can, because Attaboy is an illustrator and artist as well as a teller of…
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Calendar, Night&Day What Galore?

What Galore?

Once inside the tiny theater with 007 James Bond in Ladykiller: Live stomping the boards in front of you, prepare for low-production-value guilty pleasure, emphasis on the pleasure -- true of all playwright etc. Jim Fourniadis' productions, but especially true…
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Culture, Stagecap

"The Shining: Live": Theater Review

Catching a show at the Dark Room is a crapshoot. The theater feels like something that might be in a trailer park or the back of a bowling alley, complete with cheap chairs and a stage that's no bigger than…
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Calendar, Night&Day Luke, I’m Playing Your Father

Luke, I’m Playing Your Father

Unlike holders of certain deep-space franchises, Lucasfilm is quite encouraging of all fan-generated apocrypha set in a galaxy far, far away. Inspired, perhaps, by the 1977 short film Hardware Wars, in which a cassette player roams through space, Lucasfilm even…
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Culture, Stagecap

Young Frankenstein

This screwball romp reminds us that sometimes the most enjoyable theater has no goal other than to make us laugh. Director Jim Fourniadis does a fine job translating Mel Brooks' 1974 classic comedy movie for the stage. The show starts…
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Calendar, Night&Day Let's Twist Again

Let's Twist Again

There's something about The Twilight Zone. While other, crappier horror/sci-fi anthology shows -- The Hitchhiker, Tales From the Darkside, Monsters -- faded away, more than 40 years after its debut the Zone still airs daily in syndication, sucking in yet…
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