The Book of Liz

Book Of Liz Ticket Deal

The outrageous comedy — The Book of Liz — is now playing at Gough Street Playhouse in San Francisco. Fall down funny and irreverent to the core, the play written by brother and sister Sedaris — David (This American Life) and Amy (Strangers with Candy) — has garnered quite a cult audience, and deservedly so.

With the current ticket deal, you can catch this play for about the price of a movie ticket. The source hosting the theater deal for The Book of Liz also features similar discounts on theater and other fun things to do in San Francisco, including upcoming shows at Gough Street Playhouse. Check it out below.

Elizabeth Donderstock makes delicious cheeseballs. Both original and smoky, mind you. Everyone loves the cheeseballs, in fact they are all that the religious community of Clusterhaven has left. But when Liz isn’t appreciated anymore, she decides to try the outside world. There she’ll meet Ukrainians with cockney accents, restaurants run by recovering alcoholics, a certain peanut, and her own self worth.


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SAVVY TIPS: To help  you enjoy the experience …

  1. The Book of Liz runs approx. 80 minutes, without an intermission.
  2. Parking — On week nights (at 7pm) you can park on Franklin Street between Bush and Pine, since it stops being a tow-away zone and at that time you’ll find spaces newly available. Or try the parking lots between the theatre and Geary/Van Ness.
  3. You’ll find restaurants within walking distance for pre-show dining.

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