San Francisco Theater & Best of Broadway

Calendar of San Francisco Shows for 2018 & 2019

San Francisco Theater offers hundreds of shows every year including musicals, plays and traveling Broadway performances. With more than a dozen theaters in SF, you will find a wide variety of productions from dramas to comedies.

You can choose to see a performance at one of the larger theaters with popular shows such as Hamilton, Les Miserables, and Come From Away. You can also catch a show in a smaller, more intimate theater, such as the SF Playhouse in Union Square.

You will find the shows traveling from Broadway to SF on stage at the Orpheum Theater, the Golden Gate Theater, and some at the Curran. These shows bring along their sets and actors and are higher priced performances. They are similar to the set up you would see in New York.

The other theaters on my calendar also offer some well known performances with smaller sets, actors sourced specifically for those runs, and less expensive ticket prices. They offer world premiers, pre-Broadway shows, locally written pieces, and many other world class performances.

Did you know? Wicked started its run in San Francisco before it opened on Broadway in NY. The first performances were at the Curran Theater in 2003.

Top San Francisco Broadway Shows

Hamilton
Miss Saigon
Dear Evan Hansen
Hamilton Miss
Saigon
Dear Evan
Hansen
On your feet Waitress Come from Away
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Waitress

Come from
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Event Calendars by Month

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San Francisco Broadway & Other Shows by Month

Click on the links below for more information about each San Francisco Broadway theater performance and other shows including ticketing information.

The * after each calendar items denotes that it's a traveling Broadway production.

Ongoing Shows

Several shows each week: Beach Blanket Babylon

October 2018

10/9 - 11/4: Miss Saigon at the Orpheum*

9/11 - 10/7: On Your Feet at the Golden Gate Theatre*

10/15 - 11/11: Waitress at the Golden Gate Theatre*

9/18 - 11/3: You Mean To Do Me Harm at the SF Playhouse

9/21 - 10/21: Red Scare on Sunset at the New Conservatory

9/26 - 10/21: Sweat at the American Conservatory Theater

10/10 - 11/3: Graveyard Shift at the SF Playhouse

10/17 - 12/16: Men on Boats at the American Conservatory

10/26-12/2: Cardboard Piano at the New Conservatory Theater

November 2018

10/9 - 11/4: Miss Saigon at the Orpheum*

10/15 - 11/11: Waitress at the Golden Gate Theatre*

11/27 - 12/23: A Bronx Tale at the Golden Gate*

9/18 - 11/3: You Mean To Do Me Harm at the SF Playhouse

10/10 - 11/3: Graveyard Shift at the SF Playhouse

10/17 - 12/16: Men on Boats at the American Conservatory

10/26-12/2: Cardboard Piano at the New Conservatory Theater

11/14 - 1/12: Mary Poppins at the SF Playhouse

11/30 - 1/6: Avenue Q at the New Conservatory

December 2018

11/27 - 12/23: A Bronx Tale at the Golden Gate*

12/5 - 12/30: Dear Evan Hansen at the Curran*

12/4 - 12/23: Bat Out of Hell at the Orpheum Theater*

10/17 - 12/16: Men on Boats at the American Conservatory

10/26 - 12/2: Cardboard Piano at the New Conservatory Theater

11/14 - 1/12: Mary Poppins at the SF Playhouse

11/30 - 1/6: Avenue Q at the New Conservatory

12/6 - 12/26: A Christmas Carol at the American Conservatory

January 2019

1/8 - 2/3: Come from Away at the Golden Gate*

11/14 - 1/12: Mary Poppins at the SF Playhouse

11/30 - 1/6: Avenue Q at the New Conservatory

1/18 - 2/24: Late Company at the New Conservatory

1/22 - 3/2: King of the Yees at the SF Playhouse

1/23 - 2/17: Edward Albee's Seascape at the American Conservatory

February 2019

1/8 - 2/3: Come from Away at the Golden Gate*

Starts 2/2019 (exact dates TBD): Hamilton at the Orpheum*

2/19 - 3/17: Hello Dolly at the Golden Gate*

1/18 - 2/24: Late Company at the New Conservatory

1/22 - 3/2: King of the Yees at the SF Playhouse

1/23 - 2/17: Edward Albee's Seascape at the American Conservatory

2/6 - 3/2: The White Girls Guide to International Terrorism at the SF Playhouse

2/13 - 4/14: Her Portmanteau at the American Conservatory

March 2019

2/19 - 3/17: Hello Dolly at the Golden Gate*

3/19 - 4/4: Falsettos at the Golden Gate*

1/22 - 3/2: King of the Yees at the SF Playhouse

2/6 - 3/2: The White Girls Guide to International Terrorism at the SF Playhouse

2/13 - 4/14: Her Portmanteau at the American Conservatory

3/1 - 3/31: Steve at the New Conservatory

3/6 - 3/31: The Great Leap at the American Conservatory

3/12 - 4/20: Yoga Play at the SF Playhouse

April 2019

3/19 - 4/4: Falsettos at the Golden Gate*

4/16 - 5/12: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory at the Golden Gate*

2/13 - 4/14: Her Portmanteau at the American Conservatory

3/12 - 4/20: Yoga Play at the SF Playhouse

4/5 - 5/5: The Gentleman Caller at the New Conservatory

4/17 - 5/12: Vanity Fair at the American Conservatory

4/30 - 6/15: Significant Other at the SF Playhouse

May 2019

4/16 - 5/12: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory at the Golden Gate*

4/5 - 5/5: The Gentleman Caller at the New Conservatory

4/17 - 5/12: Vanity Fair at the American Conservatory

4/30 - 6/15: Significant Other at the SF Playhouse

5/5 - 5/29: The Fit at the SF Playhouse

5/10 - 6/9: The View Upstairs at the New Conservatory

5/26 - 8/31: Cabaret at the SF Playhouse

5/29 - 6/23: Rhinoceros at the American Conservatory Theater

June 2019

4/30 - 6/15: Significant Other at the SF Playhouse

5/10 - 6/9: The View Upstairs at the New Conservatory

5/26 - 8/31: Cabaret at the SF Playhouse

5/29 - 6/23: Rhinoceros at the American Conservatory Theater

July 2019

5/26 - 8/31: Cabaret at the SF Playhouse

August 2019

5/26 - 8/31: Cabaret at the SF Playhouse

September 2019

9/3 - 9/29: Anastasia at the Golden Gate*

Additional SF & Bay Area Shows

Performing Arts Calendar | North Bay Shows | San Jose Shows

Bay Area Theater Calendar | Details on the Golden Gate Theatre

SF Theater District | More About the Orpheum | Palace of Fine Arts

Top San Francisco Broadway Musicals & Plays

The following list of San Francisco theater performances including top Broadway musicals and plays such as The Lion King, Hamilton, and Wicked.

On Your Feet

On Your FeetDates: 9/11 - 10/7

Location: Golden Gate Theatre

Tickets: On sale for all dates

The story of the 26 time Grammy Award winning team of Emilio and Gloria Estafan will make sure the rhythm is gonna get you. Starting with their lives in Cuba, they move to the USA and break all barriers in music and become one of the most famous crossover groups of all time.

This show includes all of their biggest hits and also the drama of two people who move to a foreign country, deal with all types of obstacles, and overcome them as they continue to succeed and not let setbacks bring them down. Trust me, if you see this show, you will be On Your Feet during the show.


Miss Saigon

Miss SaigonDates: 10/9-11/4

Location: Orpheum

Tickets: On sale now

Miss Saigon is based on story told in Puccini's Madame Butterfly. The location and dates are different for this epic love story.

Set during the Vietnam War in Saigon, the story follows a young couple that falls in love. He is an American soldier and she is a local Vietnamese girl. They are separated due to the war.

For three years, the young Vietnamese girl fights to find her lover as he has no idea he has fathered a young son.


Waitress

WaitressDates: 10/15 - 11/11

Location: Golden Gate Theatre

Tickets: On sale for all dates

This is one hot story and the cooking starts immediately as Jenna, the waitress and pie expert, bakes up a lot of trouble in her life. Jenna is in a loveless marriage and dreams of leaving Earl, however she finds out she is pregnant and tries to find a way out. She falls in love with her doctor and they have an affair.

As Jenna sees that others around her are making their own mistakes with their romantic choices. As Jenna moves along with her pregnancy, she figures out what she truly wants in her life and how to achieve it. The songs, the stage sets and the acting of this show is truly delicious and you'll be glad you stopped in and took a bite of this wonderful musical.


A Bronx Tale

A Bronx TaleDates: 11/27-12/23

Location: Golden Gate Theater

Tickets: On sale

A Bronx Tale is a new hit Broadway Musical. It's based on the original one-man play written and performed by Chazz Palminteri.

The story is set in the Bronx in the 1960s. It follows the story of a young man leading a life of crime with the mob. He struggles to balance his dream of being a mob boss and staying close with a father he loves dearly.

This San Francisco theater production is co-directed by Robert Di Nero, who also directed the film version which was released in 1993.


Bat Out of Hell

Bat Out of HellDates: 12/4 - 12/23

Location: Orpheum

Tickets: On sale now

Bat Out of Hell is one of the top San Francisco theater productions this season at the Orpheum.

This rock and roll musical is based on the album with the same name. It's the story of the young leader, Strat, of a rough and tumble group called The Lost.

It's set in Obsidian, which is post apocalyptic Manhattan. Strat falls in love with the daugher of the strict leader of Obsidian. Will he win her love or will her father force her to stay away?


Dear Evan Hansen

Dear Evan HansenDates: 12/5 - 12/30

Location: Curran

Dear Evan Hansen is a critically acclaimed musical and the winner of six 2017 Tony Awards.

It's the story of a young man, Evan, trying to make his way through high school while never quite fitting in. After a classmate dies, he tells a lie that changes his life forever.

The lie builds a strong bond with his deceased classmate's family and provides Evan with a sense of purpose in life.

It premiered in Washington D.C. in July 2015 and has been tugging at the heart strings of audiences all around the US since it's debut.


Come From Away

Come from AwayDate: 1/8-2/3

Location: Golden Gate Theater

Tickets: On sale for all performances

Come From Away is a story that takes place the week after the September 11 attacks in New York. On that tragic day, 38 planes were forced to land in Gander, Newfoundland and Labrador.

This highly acclaimed new musical tells the story of what happened when 7,000 people from these planes are stranded in a small town in Newfoundland.

It's a story of frustration, clashing views, and how all of that transformed into gratitude and long-lasting friendships. It's one of this year's new San Francisco theater performances that you will not want to miss.

Not recommended for those under 10. Anyone under 5 will not be admitted. Runs for 100 minutes with no intermission.


Hamilton

HamiltonDates: Starts in February 2019

Location: Orpheum

Tickets: On sale soon

Hamilton returns to the San Francisco theater! This award-winning production is a must see!

It follows the story of one of America's Founding Father's Alexander Hamilton. He arrived in the US from the West Indies and became George Washington's right hand man.

The story is new and fresh and one that everyone should see. All shows will be at the Orpheum Theater and start in February 2019. Best for those over 10 and no one under 5 will be allowed. Due to the nature of the content, anyone 15 and under will need to be accompanied by an adult.


Hello Dolly

Hello DollyDate: 2/19 - 3/17

Location: Golden Gate Theater

Tickets: On sale for all dates

One of the top musicals of all time is taking the stage this year in San Francisco. Hello Dolly is a classic that was first performed in 1964.

It's the story of Dolly, a matchmaker and widow that knows it's time to make a match for herself and decides to head to New York. She complicates things by also involving her "half-millionaire" client as well as four people in his inner circle.

This revival has won four Tony Awards. It's recommended for those 9 and older. Kids under 5 are not allowed in. Run time is 2 hours and 35 minutes with one intermission.


Falsettos

FalsettosDates: 3/19-4/4

Location: Golden Gate Theater

Tickets: On sale

This 2016 Broadway revival is another treat for San Francisco theater lovers. It was nominated for five Tony Awards in 2017.

It follows the story of Marvin, a smart, yet neurotic divorced gay man. It includes his ex-wife, his psychiatrist, son, lover, and lesbian neighbors. It's a look at modern day families and how they interact with one another no matter the circumstances.

The show runs for 2 hours and 45 minutes with one intermission. It's best for those 8 or older and no one under 5 is allowed.


Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Charlie ChocolateDates: 4/16-5/12

Location: Golden Gate Theater

Tickets: On sale for all shows

What happens when Willie Wonka opens his Chocolate Factory to a group of kids and parents that hold a Golden Ticket? Find out this spring at the Golden Gate Theater in San Francisco.

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is the classic tale based on the book written in 1964 by Roald Dahl. Charlie Bucket is a simple kid with a simple life that is lucky enough to get a Golden Ticket to visit the Chocolate Factory. It's a journey he and his family will never forget.

The show opened in London in 2013. After closing there, it moved to Broadway in 2017 and is now part of the traveling theater performances that travel around the country. It runs for 2 hours and 30 minutes. It's not recommended for those under 6 and no children under 5 are allowed.


Anastasia

AnastasiaDates: 9/3-9/29

Location: Golden Gate Theater

Tickets: On sale for all shows

This magical production is the story of the legend, Grand Duchess Anastasia. She appears in the play as the orphaned Anya.

The musical starts in Russian and takes you all the way to Paris as Anya searches for family, love and happiness. She ends up making friends and trusting a con-man who is convinced she is the Grand Duchess.

The story is set in the 1920s. Run time is 2 hours and 25 minutes with one intermission. Not recommended for those under 7 and no one under 5 will be admitted into the theater.

Other San Francisco Theater Productions

The following San Francisco theater shows are on smaller stages throughout the city. These theaters offer world class performances and less pricey ticket prices.

Sunday in the Park with George

Sunday in the ParkDates: July 5 - September 8, 2018

Location: SF Playhouse

Tickets: On sale at up to 50% off on Goldstar

The famous artist, George Seurat, is torn between his art and his lover, Dot. He has just finished his masterpiece, A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte, and is unsure of himself and his choice.

The relationship, both with Dot and his paintings, is convoluted and difficult which makes this show so entertaining and interesting. The show has won the Pulitzer Prize and was nominated for 10 Tony Awards including best musical.

Washed Up On the Potomac

Washed UpDates: 8/8 - 9/1

Location: SF Playhouse

The final world premier plays in San Francisco at the SF Playhouse is Washed Up on the Potomac. Written by Lynn Rosen, it follows the story of what happens in a proofreading office when someone makes a mistake on a critical document.

This isn't just a small mistake. It may have cost someone their life as one of their coworkers washed up on the shore of the Potomac today. Who is the next person in line to go for this mistake? Find out in this fascinating play in SF this fall.

You Mean To Do Me Harm

You Mean to Do Me HarmDates: 9/18 - 11/3

Location: SF Playhouse

Originally performed in the SF Playhouse Sandbox Series, this powerful play in San Francisco is about two interracial couples.

When the two couples are at dinner one night, an innocent comment made during dinner escalates into paranoia.

It's a deep look inside the relations between Chinese and American foreign relations as well as personal relations of those we trust the most.

Red Scare on Sunset

The Red ScareDates: 9/21 - 10/21

Location: New Conservatory Theater

This San Francisco premier by Charles Busch is about a 1950s silver-screen star fighting for everything she's worked hard for in her life.

Her husband's business is a front for the Communist party and she must fight to ensure she doesn't lose everything.

Red Scare on Sunset is a hilarious and timely parody about America.

Sweat

SweatDates: 9/26 - 10/21

Location: American Conservatory Geary Theater

This San Francisco play kicks of the American Conservatory's 2018-2019 season. It's the story of the struggles in the rust belt to fulfill the American dream while also staying true to family and our core values.

It's set in Reading, Pennsylvania and tells the story of union workers in the steel industry. As a recession looms, a tight-knit group of friends moves from working on the assembly line to the picket line.

Along the way, friends find themselves fighting against each other in order to survive.

Graveyard Shift

GraveyardDates: 10/10 - 11/3

Location: SF Playhouse

Graveyard Shift is one of the shows in the SF Playhouse Sandbox Series this year.

It's the story of a young couple that move to Texas for an amazing job opportunity.

They find out what happens when you are in the wrong place at the wrong time.

It follows three graveyard shift officers and how they are treated after the incident based on their race and gender.

Men on Boats

Men on BoatsDates: 10/17 - 12/16

Location: American Conservatory's Strand Theater

This Off-Broadway sensation is a transformation of the story of 19th Century American explorer John Wesley who gathers a group of men to explore America's waterways.

This version of the story is cast with female-identifying and gender fluid actors who offer a different interpretation of America's historic stories about strong men conquering unexplored areas of the New World.

It's funny, imaginative and like nothing you have ever seen before.

Cardboard Piano

Cardboard PianoDates: 10/26-12/2

Location: New Conservatory

Set in 1999 in Uganda, Cardboard Piano is the story of two lovers that will do anything to be together. Chris, is the daughter of a American missionaries and she is in love with a local girl.

The head to the church to secretly marry when a young child-soldier enters and changes their lives forever.

It's the Regional Premier of this story about love, family and using the past to shape the future.

Mary Poppins

Mary PoppinsDates: 11/14 - 1/12

Location: SF Playhouse

One of the top San Francisco musicals this season is Mary Poppins at the SF Playhouse.

This fun musical shows what happens when Mary Poppins arrives to recreate a family of entitled children.

She gives life back to the entire family with love, music, and kite-flying.

It's a new look at this classic story and one your entire family will enjoy!

Avenue Q

Avenue QDates: 11/30 - 1/6

Location: New Conservatory

Celebrate the holidays with this hilarious San Francisco theater production with a group of foul-mouthed puppets. It's Avenue Q's sixth season in SF.

Princeton is a recent college grad that finds an affordable, yet shabby apartment all the way out on Avenue Q in New York.

He meets a cast of characters that help him find his real purpose in life.

A Christmas Carol

A Christmas CarolDates: 12/6 - 12/26

Location: American Conservatory's Geary Theater

This popular San Francisco theater classic is back on stage this December.

A Christmas Carol is the famous Dickens story about Ebenezer Scrooge. With wonderful music, lovely costumes, and a cast of lively actors, this is one you will want to add to your holiday list.

It's returning to the San Francisco theater stage for its 42nd year. Make sure to pick up your tickets early as these usually sell out quickly.

Late Company

Late CompanyDates: 1/18 - 2/24

Location: New Conservatory

This Regional Premier shows the beautiful and brutal aspects of parenthood.

When Debora and Michael seek closure for a recent family tragedy, they invite their son's bully and family for dinner.

The dinner turns into an evening of pain, anger and blame. It shows how difficult it can be when no one is prepared to answer the tough questions from those across the table.

King of the Yees

King of the YeesDates: 1/22 - 3/2

Location: SF Playhouse

This local story, written by Lauren Yee, is about her family in SF's Chinatown. Her father is a prominent member of the Yee Family Association.

When he father goes missing, she must search every corner of Chinatown to learn about his disappearance and to find him.

It's an interesting story that crosses cultural and familiar boundaries and you will learn more about what it's like to truly be a Lee in SF's Chinatown.

Edward Albee's Seascape

SeascapeDates: 1/23 - 2/17

Location: American Conservatory Theater

One of the most anticipated San Francisco theater shows this season is Seascape.

This Pulitzer Prize-Winning Comedy is the story of a newly retired couple at the beach. As they discuss life, they encounter two human sized, English speaking lizards.

As the two couples interact, the retired couple questions what this encounter means to them. Are they friendly or are they a treat?

The White Girl's Guide to International Terrorism

The White Girls GuideDates: 2/6 - 3/2

Location: SF Playhouse

What happens when the Middle East comes calling to two teenage girls in the US living in a dead end town?

Blaze and Rowena live in a small town with no opportunity. As they research ideas to leave, they come across a video from the Middle East recruiting girls just like them to build a Utopia.

They only requirement is that they find a way to get from the US to the Middle East. However, once they arrive, will the demands place on them be worth the sacrifice required?

Written by Chelsea Macantel, this is another show in the San Francisco Playhouse's Sandbox Series this year.

Her Portmanteau

Her PortmaneauDates: 2/13 - 4/14

Location: American Conservatory Theater

Written by Mfoniso Udofia, a graduate of A.C.T.'s M.F.A. Program, Her Portmanteau is the story of a what it's like for immigrants living in America.

It's set in Manhattan and is the eye opening story of what happens when a family member from Nigeria visits her family in NY.

During the stay, they all struggle to keep their culture and values in tact while also fitting into the American way of life.

Steve

SteveDates: 3/1 - 3/31

Location: New Conservatory

Have you found your "happily ever after" only to see it fall start to fall apart in front of you? That's exactly what is happening in Steve's life.

His soulmate is sexing with another man, he's worried about his ill best friend, and he's getting to an age where he isn't as desirable anymore.

This witty comedy is one that we can all relate to in our lives.

The Great Leap

The Great LeapDates: 3/6 - 3/31

Location: American Conservatory Theater

The Great Leap is a wonderful San Francisco theater production written by Bay Area playwright Lauren Yee.

It follows the story of an American coach set to take on his protege, who is now coaching a team in Beijing. The American coach wants to make an even bigger name for himself, but becomes overshadowed by one of his players from SF's Chinatown.

It's the clash of cultures and generations with a modern and humorous spin.

Yoga Play

Yoga PlayDates: 3/12 - 4/20

Location: SF Playhouse

Yoga Play is another one of the top San Francisco theater shows this season.

It's the story of what happens when a large yoga apparel company falls on hard times. What will their new CEO sacrifice to get them back on top?

It's shows the current struggles to be both super wealthy and keep a strong sense of self as you try to get there.

The Gentleman Caller

The Gentleman CallerDates: 4/5 - 5/5

Location: New Conservatory

Another Regional San Francisco theater premier is The Gentleman Caller.

It's the story of one night when two legends, Tennessee Williams and William Inge, tell the real stories of their lives.

It's full of secrets of both men including the truth about their vulnerabilities, flaws and successes like you've never heard before.

Vanity Fair

Vanity FairDates: 4/17 - 5/12

Location: American Conservatory

Vanity Fair is an amazing piece written by Wall Street Journal's 2017 Playwright of the Year, Kate Hamill.

This 21st Century story is an adaptation of William Thackeray's 19th Century novel.

It's the story of an ambitious woman that was not born with a silver spoon in her mouth. She wants it all from fame to fortunes.

She finds herself in an interesting situation when she invites herself to play the high stakes games of London's high society, even though no one invited her to join in.

Significant Other

Significant OtherDates: 4/30 - 6/15

Location: SF Playhouse

Finding a soul mate is difficult and Jordan, a twenty something year old Jewish, gay, New Yorker, is having a really hard time.

As he searches for "the one," he continues to surround himself with a group of his closest girlfriends. What he finds is that it's almost impossible to support those around him at the same time as he seeks to find "Mr. Right."

Significant Other is both funny and moving as he works to balance both sides of his life.

The Fit

The FitDates: 5/5 - 5/29

Location: SF Playhouse

It's tough fighting for money and fame in the Bay Area's Silicon Valley. However, it can be harder for some visionaries.

Sakina is an Indian-American woman with grand plans for a new product. As she works to make a name for herself, how much of her core beliefs and values will she have to compromise?

It's the story of what it really takes to make it big in the tough venture capital world in Silicon Valley.

The View UpStairs

The View UpstairsDates: 5/10 - 6/9

Location: New Conservatory

The hit Off-Broadway show, The View UpStairs, makes its regional debut this May in San Francisco. Wes is a serial entrepreneur that buys a run down, yet historically significant building in the French Quarter in New Orleans.

After spending money to rehab it, he works to recreate the famous UpStairs Lounge during it's glory days in 1973. The regulars return and he learns all about the struggles in the fight for equality including details about both the winners and the losers.

Cabaret: San Francisco Theater

CabaretDates: 5/26 - 8/31

Location: SF Playhouse

The SF Playhouse wraps up their San Francisco theater season with Cabaret.

Set in Berlin in pre-WWII, Cliff Bradshaw, an American author, falls in love with a dancer at the local club.

Early in their romance, Berlin and Germany fall into political upheaval. What will that mean for their relationship?

Caber et also shows the sacrifices people will make in their own beliefs in order to stay alive and on the good side of the government.

Rhinoceros

RhineoserousDates: 5/29 - 6/23

Locations: American Conservatory Theater

What's real and what's fake news? In this absurdest satire, a group of people at a local cafe watch a rhinoceros rampage through the village square.

They then argue over what it was they really saw. They also try to decide what they need to do.

Do they take a stand or let the mindless herd continue to do more damage throughout the village?

Ongoing Theater Performances

Beach Blanket Babylon

beach blanketAll shows are 21+ unless noted.

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Join the cast of Beach Blanket Babylon for a crazy and zany evening of song, dance and pop culture comedy. Every night in North Beach, you get the chance to catch a performance of this long running musical comedy.

It's one of the best live theater shows in San Francisco and runs all year long.

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