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She Loves Me

Closed January 14, 2017

"a Daydream of the Ordinary"

The New York Times

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After stunning on Broadway earlier in 2016 and picking up a slew of awards this delightful revival of She Loves Me by Joe Masteroff, Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick comes to San Francisco Playhouse this season to introduce audiences once again to the world of Amalia and Georg and their unlikely romance in 1930s Hungary.

When the bickering perfumerie clerks both reply to a lonely hearts advertisement, they each find themselves falling for their mystery sweethearts. But how will they react when identities are revealed and the anonymous admirers have a great deal more in common than first thought?

The original play was written by Miklos Laszlo and has seen three major adaptations including the musical production and the 1940 film The Shop Around the Corner starring James Stewart and the 1949 Judy Garland-Van Johnson musical In the Good Old Summertime. In 1998 the story resurfaced once again in the Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan vehicle, You've Got Mail, replacing old fashioned letters with emails.

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Opening night: 23 November 2016

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