|A Midsummer Night’s Dream||$30||Sales Ended|
Youth under 18: $25
Senior (65+): $25
|City Box Office|
|A Streetcar Named Desire||$35||Brown Paper Tickets|
|Richard III||$30||Brown Paper Tickets|
All are general seating.
3.5% ticket service fee will be applied to all orders
General seating means open seating. You choose where you want to sit when you arrive at the venue for the performance. It’s first come, first served with subscribers, wheelchair users, and those who need special accommodations receiving first choice when they arrive at the venue at least 40 minutes before curtain. For everyone else, doors opens 30 minutes before curtain.
For Cinderella, purchase tickets from City Box Office / (415) 392-4400 and let them know you would need wheelchair seating. On the day of the performance, we ask that wheelchair users and those who need special accommodations to arrive at the venue at least 40 minutes before curtain and let the House Manager know you need wheelchair seating in which they will assist guests in the appropriate seats.
We do not handle any in-person ticket orders at our office. You must purchase tickets through our box office or at the performance venue box office starting 60 minutes prior to the show for same-day performance tickets.
We strongly recommend everyone to purchase their tickets as soon as possible to guarantee they have a ticket. Advanced ticket sales end 4 hours prior to performance. If you missed advanced ticket sales, we recommend coming to the venue box office 60 minutes before curtain to purchase your tickets for that performance.
Yes we do. Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express are acceptable forms of payment along with checks and cash.
No, we do not put tickets on hold/reserved with a payment at a later date. Only purchases can be made because that is a guarantee of commitment to show.
We always love to have future theatre patrons join us. We tell parents that we have a recommended minimum age for each production. However, you know your child best — given their age and ability to sit through a performance. If you have young children or infants, we suggest sitting close to the aisle so you may have an easy access to handle any needs your children might have during the performance.
Our rule is that a seat does not need to be purchased for a child if they are seated on the lap of an adult. If your child takes a seat, that seat must be paid.
If an event is sold-out (no tickets are available for purchase online), we will create a waiting list. To get on the waiting list, the potential patron must come in person to the venue 60 minutes prior to curtain to place their name on the waiting list. Box Office staff will record the name of the individual with how many tickets they are seeking to purchase.
Placing your name on the waiting list does not guarantee entry or the opportunity to purchase a ticket. Our box office staff will take the available tickets for re-sale and match them with the number of tickets needed from each person on the waiting list starting in sequential order.
Customer service available 24/7
Weekdays 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturdays 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Subscription pricing is one single price to attend all the productions in a season. Take a look at our subscriptions page to see the value for attending every show in one season.
We love groups. Not only do they assist in filling our house, but the amount of manpower it takes to get one person in a group provides 10 times the amount of traffic. Therefore, we provide special discount for groups with a minimum of 10 people!