San Francisco Theatres & Auditoriums
A movie palace dating back to 1922, the Castro Theatre is one of the most reknowned exhibition halls in the United States. The theater seats 1,400 and is ornately decorated, with the exterior designed in the style of a Mexican church. First run and independent film screenings are held here, as well as special events and performances.
Located in the historic piers and buildings of Lower Fort Mason, the center offers a variety of activities, art performances and exhibitions suitable for all ages and interests.
Various cultural and veterans' activities are accommodated in the center. Herbst Theatre, the San Francisco Museum of modern Art and the Green Room are located there
The Marsh features live theater performances and workshops allowing people to experiment with different creative methods. Between 400 to 500 original shows are held annually on the theater's three stages.
The 200-seat venue in downtown San Francisco is a home of 42nd Moon Street troupe to present its staged and concert performances of classic Broadway show.
This cultural and entertainment center presents a wide range of exhibitions, performances, film video and public programs.
This world-renowned performing arts center is one of the largest of its kind in the US. Covering 7.5 acres (3 ha) in downtown San Francisco, it includes the War Memorial Opera house, Louise M. Davies Symphony Hall and more.
This is a place where young people create performances, music and movies using multimedia arts and technology.
Built in 1924, this building used to house the Elks Club. The Spanish-Gothic architecture creates a dramatic ambiance. Many notable off-Broadway plays have been performed at the historic theater.
Having opened its doors in the early 1910s, The Fillmore has enjoyed a long history of showcasing the best acts in dance and music.
Beach Blanket Babylon is the longest running, hit musical revue in theater history. The show debuted in 1974 and has been entertaining audiences in San Francisco, London and Las Vegas, as well as other cities with it traveling show.