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Tonight! Drink a Beer, Enjoy FREE Theater

Updated: Jun 28, 2011 14:16
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Traditional theater is great, but it’s lacking in a variety of ways. Plays are expensive, and they often run really long. The audience is frequently populated with the well-to-do and the snobby, and if you get wasted, they’ll kick you out. Fortunately, thanks to FunCheapSF, I’ve learned of a solution: San Francisco Theater Pub. Tonight is its final show of the season, and it’s FREE!

The Theater Pub operates out of Cafe Royale, and it only hosts readings and performances that can be finished in the span of a beer or two. So the classics, such as Shakespeare’s Henry plays, must be re-imagined, as with tonight’s The Boar’s Head. Enter the world of the Boar’s Head Tavern in Eastcheap, where a young prince struggles to come to terms with the responsibilities of being king. Arrive early to make sure you get a seat!

The Boar’s Head by San Francisco Theater Pub at Cafe Royale
800 Post St. at Leavenworth [The Tenderloin]
Tuesday, May 31, 8pm

Image courtesy of San Francisco Theater Pub

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