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If You Like Theater, San Francisco Is For You!

If you love the theater, San Francisco is a vibrant cultural destination with incredible performing arts.  Whether you are looking for a smash-hit Broadway show, an iconic classic or an experimental play, San Francisco is home to many historic and beautiful theaters that present a wide variety of shows, musicals, dramas and stage performances. So if you crave a night of music, magic and theater in San Francisco, there are many hot shows that will keep you dancing, singing and smiling the night away.



Golden Gate Theater – Grammy legend Diana Ross sings August 6 – 7 at this incredible theater. The Broadway revival of Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess graces the historic stage Nov. 10 – Dec. 8.


Orpheum Theater – See the hit musical, Priscilla Queen of the Desert, at the Orpheum – the home of Broadway in San Francisco – in August. Broadway’s sensation The Book of Mormon lights up the stage Nov. 27 – Jan. 19.


San Francisco Playhouse – Experience Abigail’s Party, a fun disco-infused musical satire, at this acclaimed theater on Union Square.


Curran Theater – See the exclusive pre-Broadway run of Beautiful, an inspiring musical about the life and music of Carol King, at the historic Curran Theater off Union Square.


Post Street Theater – Don’t miss the amazing musical Camelot, the timeless love tale of King Arthur with Broadway’s most enchanting score, opening on July 16th.


American Conservatory Theater – This professional theater company produces classical and contemporary theater productions. Go see Black Watch, an electrifying theatrical event, through June 16th.


Magic Theater – Enjoy new stage works by emerging and established playwrights at this experimental theater in San Francisco.


Exit Theater – This alternative theater in the downtown Tenderloin neighborhood presents unique shows, theater productions, festivals and live music, including Songwriter Saturdays and the San Francisco Fringe Festival.


Threesixty Theater – Experience the groundbreaking production of Peter Pan with actors and puppets flying through the air at this outdoor tented pavilion at Ferry Park with a 360 degree set – through August 29th.



About 7 years ago by San Francisco Destination Team


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