SHN Orpheum Theatre

Where
1192 Market St., San Francisco , CA
Call
+1 888.746.1799
Web
SHN Orpheum Theatre Website
Tags
Arts, Theater, Theater Houses, Venues, Arts & Entertainment Venues
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About

SHN owns and operates the SHN Curran, Golden Gate and Orpheum Theatres and is the pre-eminent theatrical entertainment company in San Francisco.

SHN consistently delivers the ultimate theatrical experience to San Francisco, presenting new works, pre-Broadway productions, open-ended engagements and hits fresh from Broadway stages.

For more information on upcoming productions, tickets, box office hours or directions visit www.shnsf.com

The official ticketing site of the SHN Orpheum, Curran and Golden Gate Theatres is www.shnsf.com. Be wary of buying tickets from any third party website.

SHN has no way of validating, or replacing tickets that have been purchased through any website other than shnsf.com. We cannot seat or refund you for an invalidated ticket.

If you have any questions, please call SHN Audience Services at 1-888-746-1799 before purchasing.

Articles

  • Shrek the Musical

    Satirical Fairytale Fun
    12/07/2010 by Stephanie Orma

    Now at the Orpheum Theatre in San Francisco, Shrek the Musical is chock full of wildly witty satirical fairytale humor....  More »

  • The Drowsy Chaperone

    Tony winner leaves audience joyous
    08/01/2008 by Jessica Moskowitz

    If you adoringly hum refrains from the American musicals of Cole Porter and George and Ira Gershwin, you will be charmed and delighted by the frolicking, play within a play “The Drowsy Chaperone” curr...  More »

  • Matthew Bourne's Swan Lake

    An Extravagant Interpretation
    03/24/2006 by Nirmala Nataraj

    If you're familiar with the work of British choreographer Matthew Bourne, you'll know that his theatrical performances are imbued with pop culture references and lavish touches of gay camp. Bourne's d...  More »

  • Wicked, the Musical

    Enchantingly Light
    08/11/2005 by Nirmala Nataraj

    There really is no place like home, that magical fantasy realm we often prefer to the real thing. You know the home I'm talking about-the place where incredulity is suspended in favor of schlocky fami...  More »

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