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April's must see shows in San Francisco

From big Broadway to breathtaking dance, epic concerts to laugh-out-loud comedy, discover what's hot in San Francisco this month

With plenty of entertainment coming to town, here are our top picks of what to see in San Francisco this month!


Funny Girl
Orpheum Theatre
April 30 - May 26

On tour following a rapturous Broadway welcome in 2023, this revival of Jules Stein and Bob Merill's biopic of Fanny Brice has been delighting audiences up and down the country. Starring Katerina McCrimmon in her career-making debut, enjoy a trip down memory lane as this classic show takes you back to the heady days of the early 20th century when comedienne Fanny ruled the stage.

Orpheum Theatre
April 16 - 21
Good Morning Baltimo- San Francisco! It's time to tease those beehives and put on your best retro threads as Hairspray comes to town! A big, bold, and beautiful story of overcoming adversity with an even bigger soundtrack, join teen Tracy Turnblatt as she shakes things up in 1960s Baltimore in this brilliantly pitched adaptation of John Waters' cult classic.

A Strange Loop
Toni Rembe Theatre
April 18 - May 1
After runs on Broadway and in London's West End, ACT brings this unusual musical to life on the Toni Rembe stage. Proudly calling itself "the big, Black, and queer-ass Great American Musical for all", A Strange Loop could be described as Samuel Beckett meets 'Inception' meets the #BlackLiveMatter movement. It's part absurdist comedy, part socially-charged think-piece, but utterly and completely loveable. 


Brittany Howard
The Fillmore
April 16 - 17
The Alabama Shakes frontwoman brings that voice to The Fillmore as she embarks on her new solo tour!

Lord of The Rings - The Fellowship of the Ring in Concert
Davies Symphony Hall
April 12
Go back to where it all began as the San Francisco Symphony presents a live-to-screen concert of Peter Jackson's Tolkien epic, The Fellowship of the Ring. 

Patti Lupone 
Davies Symphony Hall
April 14
The First Lady of Musical Theatre is back for another unique evening - Just remember not to bring your cell phone!

Willie Nelson
The Greek Theatre - Berkely
April 24
Catch a living legend live as Willie brings the circus to town. At 90 years old, this outlaw is a true original.


Jerry Seinfeld
Ruth Finley Person Theatre
April 26
Prepare to laugh out loud as the iconic Jerry Seinfeld does what he does best. His lasting appeal is credited to his astounding observational skills, as well as avoiding coarse language, dirty jokes or politics, so that his material holds a truly timeless and universal quality.

Sofia Nino de Rivera
Palace of Fine Arts
April 20

This Mexican comedian has been making waves in recent years, starring in the highly popular Spanish-language comedy series, Club De Cuervos on Netflix. After her own Spanish-speaking comedy special on Netflix, the first to be hosted by a woman, and a three-year break Sofia is back on the road this year with brand new material.


San Francisco Ballet - Dos Mujeres
War Memorial Opera House
April 6 - 14

This program from the SF Ballet presents boundary-pushing works by two talented women. Including the world premiere of  Arielle Smith's take on the opera classic Carmen and Anabelle Lopez Ochoa's Broken Wings.

Alvin Ailey Dance Theater
Zellerbach Hall
April 2 - 7

Celebrating 60 years since its formation, the incredible Alvin Ailey Dance Theater's performances are a whirlwind of spectacularly choreographed dances, ballet, and jazz side by side with the rumba. The subject of the pieces are uniquely African American ruminations on the grand sweep of history and our place within it.

Something a bit different

John Cusack with a Screening of High Fidelity
Curran Theatre
April 19
Presenting a screening of his seminal movie adaptation of Nick Hornby's novel of the same name and with a Q&A session afterward, start penning your burning questions for one of America's finest actors.

Shrek Rave
The Catalyst
April 27

Shrek is love, Shrek is life. Shrek Rave is here to get the swamp up and dancing! You won't want to miss it.