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Fool Moon

2001-07-30 17:32:41+00 by Dan Lyke 7 comments

Bill Polson has strongly recommended Fool Moon, his only complaint was that he wished for a break because his face hurt from laughing so hard.

[ related topics: Humor Theater & Plays ]

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#Comment made: 2002-02-21 05:32:23+00 by: Tom Negrino

Ditto the recommendation; I saw the show many years ago in Los

Angeles, and it is brilliant. Thanks to Dan and Bill, I now have somewhere

to take Dori on her 40th birthday next Tuesday. Now, do you have any

suggestions for a nice restaurant in SF, near the theater? I'm looking

more for good food than the atmosphere.

#Comment made: 2002-02-21 05:32:23+00 by: TC

You might try Scala which is about a block away. BTW hope you weren't planning this as a suprise?? Anyhow they are pretty reasonable for the City and the food is aways great.

#Comment made: 2002-02-21 05:32:24+00 by: Scho

Ditto the recommendations; I haven't been able to stop whistling 'Ramblers tunes since Friday. You might want to consider Le Colonial for dinner.

#Comment made: 2002-02-21 05:32:24+00 by: Tom Negrino

No, this isn't a surprise; Dori hates surprise events. I'm thinking of Scala or Farallon; any comments about the latter? One thing I don't want is a place that really seats you an hour after your reservation time.

#Comment made: 2002-02-21 05:32:24+00 by: Dori

Tom's understating the case: I really hate surprises.

He finally understood how much I hate them after this event (read the very end). He now goes along with my "No surprises allowed" rule.

Backup Brain

#Comment made: 2002-02-21 05:32:24+00 by: Dan Lyke

Saw it last night and, indeed, my cheeks hurt. Not quite as non-stop as I'd expected, but still some brilliant pantomime (including a few good jabs at the "mime stuck in a box" routine, 'though that may have just been playing off the audience member in question). One caveat: Even if they're off to the side, get tickets on the floor. I had to crane over the edge to see some of the stuff from the balcony.

#Comment made: 2002-02-21 05:32:25+00 by: nicole