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Your Ultimate Guide to Bay Area Theatre Week

February 21, 2019 by Suzy Evans
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Welcome to Bay Area Theatre Week, during which you’ll get tickets to the bay’s best shows for only $15, $25, and $35. That’s less than the cost of a sushi dinner or a trip to Alcatraz. We’ve partnered with Theatre Bay Area and 40+ of the Bay Area’s best theatre companies to bring you these unbeatable deals. Here is all the information you need to make the most of the theatregoing experience.

When is Bay Area Theatre Week?
Bay Area Theatre Week is March 26-April 7, but tickets go on sale Feb. 21! So start grabbing those tickets now. Some of the best deals may not last.

How do I get tickets?
We’re so glad you asked. Tickets are available exclusively through the TodayTix app, and TodayTix.com. If you haven’t already, download the app and register and browse the shows available. You’ll be able to search, pick your show, date, and check out in 30 seconds or less. Do it while you’re waiting for BART or on your next coffee break. (We know it will take less time than brewing your pour over.) It’s so easy.

Where can I see shows during Bay Area Theatre Week?
There are so many theatres to visit during Theatre Week, and we’ve rounded them all up right here. From Curran to A.C.T. to SHN to Berkeley Rep to dozens more, all of the top theatres in the Bay Area are participating in this amazing event. We’re also adding new theatres every day so the list continues to grow.

Where should I eat before or after the show?
Add to your menu of theatregoing with a vast menu of food and restaurants! We’ve got a great guide to all the best places to eat and drink before and after your shows. Whether you’re looking for craft cocktails and local brews, the best Italian food in North Beach, or the hottest new place to dine, check out our official guide of where to eat around the Bay Area.

Who deserves an extra shoutout?

Our wonderful sponsor, SF Travel; our Exclusive News Media Sponsor, San Francisco Chronicle; Datebook and MogoARTS Marketing.