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Busy at the Balboa- You won’t want to miss this

Busy at the Balboa- You won’t want to miss this

Busy at the Balboa- You won’t want to miss this

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many special events coming up. So mark your calendar from this easy
list. And for complete details just link to the event title.

*SEE ALL THE OSCAR® NOMINATED DOCUMENTARIES (
and Thursday.

*HALL PASS, the funniest new comedy from the Farrelly Brothers since
THERE’S SOMETHING ABOUT MARY opens Friday, Feb. 25.

*THE BALBOA OSCAR® PARTY (
presented in HD. There is no more fun way to enjoy the Academy Awards
show than with our audience dressed for fun and lots of prizes given
away by our master of ceremonies, Reed Kirk Rahlman. Libations to
follow.

And even if you can’t make, do enter our ACADEMY AWARD CONTEST (
Unlike other local contests that are for wimps, we ask you to vote for
every category. The winner will get a 2011 VIP Pass for two to the
Balboa Theatre. And there are some great runner-up prizes.

*Simon and Garfunkel star in the Exclusive San Francisco Sneak Preview
Premiere of THE HARMONY GAME (
3.

*THE BALBOA BIRTHDAY BASH (
celebrate the 1926 opening of the Balboa Theatre. On Sunday, March 6,
relive an evening at the movies in the 1920s with silent films, live
music, a vaudeville show, birthday cake, librations and birthday
presents (worth at least $20) for everyone. All for only $10
admission.

*RANGO- A terrific new animated comedy starring Johnny Depp for the
whole family- opens March 4.

*PHILIP GUSTON: A LIFE LIVED + DISCUSSED features poets Clark Coolidge
and Bill Berkson discussing the life, work and influence of one of the
most intellectually adventurous and poetically gifted of modern
painters plus the showing of a special movie about Guston. This event
is being presented at the Balboa by the Bird and Beckett Cultural
Legacy Project on Monday, March 14 at 7pm. More details coming later
this week.

*PHIL OCHS: THERE BUT FOR FORTUNE- A documentary on folksinger Phil
Ochs who wrote topical songs on the issues of the 1960s and 70s –
opens March 18.

NEW TO THE BALBOA- OPERAS AND BALLET live from Europe.

DON QUIXOTE – LIVE – Date to be announced
From the Bolshoi Ballet, Moscow.

THE MAGIC FLUTE – LIVE – Thursday, March 24
W.A. Mozart Live HD Opera from Teatro alla Scala and directed by
William Kentridge.

COPPELIA – LIVE – Monday, March 28
From the Paris Opera Ballet.

Watch for more details.

AND NOW FOR SOMETHING COMPLETELY DIFFERENT
Additionally we wanted to alert you to a very special pair of events
being presented by the San Francisco Film Society this week. These
unique shows are the kinds of programming that make us among the
luckiest film lovers in the world. They are opportunities not to miss.

FEVER DREAMS: LAUREL NAKADATE

The San Francisco Film Society presents Fever Dreams: Laurel Nakadate
23-March 2, a multiplatform presentation of the work of the American
multimedia artist. The program includes theatrical screenings of
Nakadate’s two feature-length films, the presentation of a number of
her short videos in nontheatrical venues and a collectible poster of
her photography. Nakadate’s work presents the wondrous and uneasy
collision of feminine adolescent fantasy and masculine angst and
repression, revealing a shifting terrain of power among the various
protagonists. Event details at sffs.org (

Write-up in Chronicle. (

IDO HAAR MASTER CLASS AND MELTING SIBERIA SCREENING

Ido Haar as its first Artist in Residence (
part of his two-week residency, Haar will present a master class on
current trends in Israeli social and political documentaries and will
conclude his stay with a screening of Melting Siberia, a documentary
about his mother’s reconciliation with her father she had never met;
a reception with Haar follows the film. See event details (

BALBOA THEATRE INFO

3630 Balboa Street (between 37th and 38th Avenues)
San Francisco 94121
(415) 221-8184
www.BalboaMovies.com

Bike Rack in front of the Balboa
Muni Bus #31 Balboa or #18 46th Ave stop at Balboa & 37th. Also #5
Fulton and all 38 Geary Street buses stop two (long) blocks from
Balboa.
Relatively easy Parking

San Francisco’s Favorite Neighborhood Theatre
Voted by the Bay Guardian, SF Weekly, SF Gate’s A List and San
Francisco Magazine

#1 ON BAYLIST
Thanks for your many kind words about the Balboa winning #1 Indie
Theater on BayList (
We love all the comments on the list too.

AND SAN FRANCISCO MAGAZINE
The readers of San Francisco Magazine (
) also love us. We came in number 2 and can’t complain about the
company.

General Admission: $10.00
Seniors (60+) and Children (11-) $7.50
Bargain Matinees: All seats $7.50 for shows in ( )
SCHOOL NIGHT – Mondays are School Days and Nights. With proof of
being a student, faculty, or staff member, your admission is only
$7.50 on Mondays.
Cash Only.

with proof of your birth date.

BALBOA DISCOUNT/GIFT CARDS
And at all other times you can get the “I’d Rather Be At the
Balboa” Discount Card. What a deal! 5 tickets to the Balboa for
$37.50. That is only $7.50 per show. Good every day and night. And
two people can use the card at once. You can go on a date even when
you are low on cash with your Balboa Card. A savings of up to $12.50!
Makes a perfect gift as well. And every Discount Card comes with a
FREE POPCORN! The Balboa cards are available at our box office (cash
(credit cards accepted).

The Balboa is Wheelchair and Handicapped Accessible.

Balboa Theatre News

*SEE ALL THE OSCAR® NOMINATED DOCUMENTARIES this Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
*HALL PASS, the funniest new comedy from the Farrelly Brothers since THERE’S SOMETHING ABOUT MARY opens Friday, Feb. 25.
*THE BALBOA OSCAR® PARTY is this Sunday, Feb. 27 presented in HD. There is no more fun way to enjoy the Academy Awards show than with our audience dressed for fun and lots of prizes given away by our master of ceremonies, Reed Kirk Rahlman. Libations to follow.
And even if you can’t make, do enter our ACADEMY AWARD CONTEST Unlike other local contests that are for wimps, we ask you to vote for every category. The winner will get a 2011 VIP Pass for two to the Balboa Theatre. And there are some great runner-up prizes.
*Simon and Garfunkel star in the Exclusive San Francisco Sneak Preview Premiere of THE HARMONY GAME on Thursday, March 3.
*THE BALBOA BIRTHDAY BASH is an annual party to celebrate the 1926 opening of the Balboa Theatre. On Sunday, March 6, relive an evening at the movies in the 1920s with silent films, live music, a vaudeville show, birthday cake, librations and birthday presents (worth at least $20) for everyone. All for only $10 admission.
*RANGO- A terrific new animated comedy starring Johnny Depp for the whole family- opens March 4.
*PHILIP GUSTON: A LIFE LIVED + DISCUSSED features poets Clark Coolidge and Bill Berkson discussing the life, work and influence of one of the most intellectually adventurous and poetically gifted of modern painters plus the showing of a special movie about Guston. This event is being presented at the Balboa by the Bird and Beckett Cultural Legacy Project on Monday, March 14 at 7pm. More details coming later this week.
*PHIL OCHS: THERE BUT FOR FORTUNE- A documentary on folksinger Phil Ochs who wrote topical songs on the issues of the 1960s and 70s – opens March 18.
W.A. Mozart Live HD Opera from Teatro alla Scala and directed by William Kentridge.
Additionally we wanted to alert you to a very special pair of events being presented by the San Francisco Film Society this week. These unique shows are the kinds of programming that make us among the luckiest film lovers in the world. They are opportunities not to miss.

The San Francisco Film Society presents Fever Dreams: Laurel Nakadate February 23-March 2, a multiplatform presentation of the work of the American multimedia artist. The program includes theatrical screenings of Nakadate’s two feature-length films, the presentation of a number of her short videos in nontheatrical venues and a collectible poster of her photography. Nakadate’s work presents the wondrous and uneasy collision of feminine adolescent fantasy and masculine angst and repression, revealing a shifting terrain of power among the various protagonists. Event details at sffs.org.
Write-up in Chronicle.944 Magazine.
As part of his two-week residency, Haar will present a master class on current trends in Israeli social and political documentaries and will conclude his stay with a screening of Melting Siberia, a documentary about his mother’s reconciliation with her father she had never met; a reception with Haar follows the film. See event details.
Also #5 Fulton and all 38 Geary Street buses stop two (long) blocks from Balboa.
Thanks for your many kind words about the Balboa winning #1 Indie Theater on BayList.
The readers of San Francisco Magazine also love us. We came in number 2 and can’t complain about the company.
SCHOOL NIGHT – Mondays are School Days and Nights. With proof of being a student, faculty, or staff member, your admission is only $7.50 on Mondays.
And at all other times you can get the “I’d Rather Be At the Balboa” Discount Card. What a deal! 5 tickets to the Balboa for $37.50.
That is only $7.50 per show. Good every day and night. And two people can use the card at once. You can go on a date even when you are low on cash with your Balboa Card. A savings of up to $12.50! Makes a perfect gift as well. And every Discount Card comes with a FREE POPCORN! The Balboa cards are available at our box office (cash only) or online (credit cards accepted).

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