Pictured in banner: Tyee Tilghman, Margo Hall, Sean San José, and Dena Martinez in Cal Shakes’ American Night: The Ballad of Juan José; photo by Kevin Berne.
Subscriptions for Cal Shakes’ 2014 Season—our 40th anniversary—are on sale now! When you subscribe, you enjoy the very best in savings, peace of mind knowing your tickets are reserved well in advance for four days or nights of world-class theater, and special privileges for Cal Shakes and Triangle Lab events outside of the borders of the Bruns Amphitheater. You also receive our premium level of service, with special perks reserved for patrons like you.
Subscribers save up to 24% off single ticket prices. Seniors (65+), youth (4-16) and K-12 educators save even more. See discounts for details.
Subscribers are guaranteed the best seats before tickets go on sale to the general public, with the opportunity to improve your seats each year when you renew your subscription.
Free Ticket Exchanges
If something comes up and you can’t make your scheduled date, you can contact our box office up to 24 hours before curtain and we’ll exchange your tickets for another date at no cost, subject to availability and upgrade charges.
Discount on Additional Tickets
You’ll save $5 off each single ticket you purchase for friends or family.
Priority Ticketing for Special Presentations
You’ll get early access to tickets for our limited-engagement run of Michelle Hensley’s Twelfth Night, a Cal Shakes in Communities performance taking place in San Francisco in February and March; and other surprise 40th-anniversary presentations and events.
Lost Ticket Replacement
If you do lose your tickets, we’ll replace them at no cost.
Ticket Safe Deposit
If you like, we’ll hold your tickets at the Box Office so you won’t worry about losing them. This also makes exchanging tickets easier, since we’ll already have your tickets in hand.
Pictured: Associate Artists Danny Scheie and L. Peter Callender join Artistic Director Jonathan Moscone onstage as part of a 10-year subscriber celebration in 2009; photo by Jay Yamada.