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SHN is the preeminent theatrical entertainment company in the Bay Area, bringing live entertainment experiences to San Francisco’s premier venues. SHN presents current hits fresh from Broadway, original Broadway cast productions, pre-Broadway...more
All reviews book of mormon during intermission civic center lion king great seats bart station les miserables box office orchestra section french cathedral carol king couple blocks front row beautiful architecture market street few blocks public transportation
Beautiful old theatre in downtown Wichita- reminded me of Phantom of the Opera! Just breath-taking. Went for a show and wasn’t sure what to expect, it was very pretty. Our friend was in a walking boot and she had to go to the second floor...More
We normally sit in the orchestra section here, but last night for Miss Saigon, we had seats in the mezzanine. These seats really made me appreciate just how beautiful (and huge) this theater is. The seats are comfortable, although I really wish they were slightly...More
This was a wonderful play. And this was my 21st time seeing it. I prefer the performances at the Curran Theater, but this was good as well. The theater is beautiful (French Chateau style) . They should have more than one bar tender on the...More
we got last minute rush seats $40 via todaytixs app. 2pm wednesday performance of phantom of the opera. did not think that seats would be good due to such value tickets but we got lucky and got center stage orchestra level row u. not bad!...More
On holiday in San Francisco and saw Les Miserables was on at this theatre.
Paid $220 for 2 seats.
The theatre is beautiful with amazing internal decor.
The down side $68 for 2 drinks because you are forced to purchase a cup to drink out...More
Saw this traveling show. The voices on all of the actors was incredible, especially the two male leads. Ordinarily, we try to sit toward the front but they were already sold so this time, we were in Row Y, smack in the middle of the...More
Really beautiful Theatre. Easy to get to . We stayed at the Inn at the Opera and walked to the Theatre through the Civic Center Park and no homeless late at 10:00 at night. The Opera House and Davies Symphony Hall were all lit up....More
I had a seat in the balcony for School of Rock, and was pleasantly surprised by the view. I was afraid the seat would be too far away to see much, but it was a perfect view. The theater has been well-preserved and is a...More
Civic Center is the seat of power for all things government and performance-related in the city. Although its streets are best walked during daytime, numerous cultural gems are within close proximity to one another. The symphony, opera, ballet, and jazz center offer year round entertainment within the shadow of the city’s Beaux-Arts crown jewel: the gold tipped dome of City Hall.
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From what I know...There's one on he main level. As you walk in, go straight and it's under the stairs on the left. Not many stalls but I saw stairs going down with a sign saying more restrooms/stairs. Also, when you... More
From what I know...There's one on he main level. As you walk in, go straight and it's under the stairs on the left. Not many stalls but I saw stairs going down with a sign saying more restrooms/stairs. Also, when you enter the theater, there are stairs to the right with a sign above Restrooms and Telephones. If you go early, find your seats then go to the restroom before and after the show. Intermission is crazy!