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The Big Speakeasy

An interesting hybrid of bar and theater piece is headed to the Tenderloin beginning tomorrow evening. Boxcar Theater's The Speakeasy is set in fictional Club 1923, where the 35 bartenders, servers, and performers are actually actors, each playing their own pre-set role. The booze, however, is very real, and attendees can grab a drink, play craps, and interact with the actors as they soak up the atmosphere. Tickets are $60, and drinkers can stay after-hours for an additional $10. [SF Business Times]

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