Marines' Memorial Theatre History. The Arts. Music. Events.
Marines' Memorial Theatre History. The Arts. Music. Events.
Marines' Memorial Theatre History. The Arts. Music. Events.
Marines' Memorial Theatre History. The Arts. Music. Events.
Marines' Memorial Theatre History. The Arts. Music. Events.
Pinky and The Brain

Pinky and The Brain

1/25 Sat 1:00PM. A look back at the animated show, with clips, conversation, Q&A, character script reads & more!

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Scrubbing In Live!

Scrubbing In Live!

2/1 Sat 8pm. Join Becca & Tanya for a Girls Night Out filled with laughter, and of course, a few of Tanya’s tears.

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Pavlo in Concert

Pavlo in Concert

2/7 Fri 8pm. On tour promoting his third PBS special "Live in Guadalajara, Mexico." A major musical extravaganza!

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Laasya 2020

Laasya 2020

3/14 Sat 5pm. The oldest intercollegiate Indian classical dance competition and exhibition in the nation.

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Chris Fleming

Chris Fleming

3/19 Thu 8pm. He's named one of Variety’s Ten Comics to Watch for 2019, with over 50 million views on Youtube.

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Private Lives

Private Lives

April 11-26, 2020, Sat 8pm, Sun 3pm. African-American Shakespeare Company presents this deliciously stylish comedy.

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Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

5/9 Sat 8pm. A hit podcast featuring the best friend duo discussing their favorite Bravo TV series and stars.

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A Historic Union Square Theatre

Welcome to Marines’ Memorial Theatre

Built in 1926, the historic Marines’ Memorial Theatre is an intimate 564-seat jewel box theatre located in the heart of San Francisco's theatre district between Union Square and Nob Hill. Recently renovated to expand the lobby and upgrade the orchestra seating to be much more comfortable, our historic Union Square theatre is available as a setting for events in San Francisco, including keynotes, celebrations, educational presentations and more. We are also dedicated to bringing the best national, international and local Music, Dance, Author Talks & Lectures and theatrical or film presentations to Bay Area audiences.

Marines’ Memorial Theatre has a rich history, with many classic events in its past. In addition to being the former home of the Actors Workshop and American Conservatory Theatre, our theatre has hosted presentations by legendary performers such as Jack Benny, Bob Hope, Jean Stapleton, Lynn Redgrave, and many others.

To reserve the theatre for your entertainment, corporate, civic or educational events in San Francisco, please submit an online inquiry/request for proposal.

For more information about upcoming shows, view our Calendar of Events, and purchase tickets online by selecting an event.