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  • Sweat

    Sep 26 - Oct 21, 2018

  • Men On Boats

    Oct 17 - Dec 16, 2018

  • A Christmas Carol

    Dec 12 - 29, 2018

  • Seascape

    Jan 23 - Feb 17, 2019

  • Her Portmanteau

    Feb 13 - Apr 14, 2019

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Sweat

A.C.T Geary Theatre

September 26 - October 21, 2018

Tony and Obie winning American theatre director Pam McKinnon celebrates her inaugural season as artistic director of the American Conservatory Theatre with a groundbreaking program of bold voices, vibrant characters and stories that examine the fabric of what it means to be human. Kicking things off is Lynn Nottage's Pulitzer Prize-winning heavy-hitter Sweat, a poignant drama that received a rapturous reception during its highly-praised run on Broadway in 2017.

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Men On Boats

A.C.T. Strand Theater

October 17 - December 16, 2018

An exciting new chapter for the American Conservatory Theatre begins in 2018 with the inaugural season of brand new artistic director Pam McKinnon. The Tony and Obie Award-winning theatre leader carries the torch from predecessor Carey Perloff with a trailblazing program of diverse American voices and works, including Jacyln Backhaus' critically acclaimed, gender-blurring comedy Men On Boats.

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A Christmas Carol

A.C.T Geary Theatre

December 12 - 29, 2018

American Conservatory Theatre once again presents its celebrated staging of Charles Dickens' festive tale. A timeless tale of Yuletide magic, A Christmas Carol teaches us all the true spirit of the holiday season!

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Seascape

A.C.T Geary Theatre

January 23 - February 17, 2019

Tony and Obie Award-winning theatre director Pam McKinnon takes the reins with a stunning program of diverse, ground-breaking works during her inaugural season as the brand new ACT artistic director. McKinnon returns to explore the works of the playwright that earned her the 2013 Best Direction Tony, helming Edward Elbee's Pulitzer Prize-winning, surreal masterpiece Seascape, a satirical ode to the grand adventure of life, growing old and facing the fears in between.

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Her Portmanteau

A.C.T. Strand Theater

February 13 - April 14, 2019

Following over 25 years of trailblazing drama, San Francisco's American Conservatory Theater's fearless artistic director Carey Perloff passes the torch to fellow Obie Award winner Pam McKinnon, one of American Theatre's brightest leading lights. McKinnon kicks off her inaugural 2018/19 season with a program of culturally diverse, relevant and incisive works, including ACT's MFA program graduate Mfoniso Udofia's extraordinary tale of immigration and family Her Portmanteau.

American Conservatory Theater

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415 Geary St, San Francisco, CA 94102

  • Year opened: 1965
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American Conservatory Theater (A.C.T.) is a large non-profit theater company in San Francisco, California, with productions of classical and modern theater. It was founded in 1965, and is now a Tony Award–winning theater, also involved with the younger community of budding theater artists. A.C.T. is the largest theater company in the San Francisco Bay Area, and over the past 40 years, more than 300 A.C.T. productions have been enjoyed by nearly 7 million people in the company's Beaux Arts–style theater in the centre of San Francisco's Union Square theater district.

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